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    campsiefisher replied to the thread China imports.
    fisher said: In the quest for me to find the screws for your boat seat it transpired that it was made in China ( probably...
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    campsiefisher replied to the thread Fulling mill flouo v2.
    Seaguar Red Label, been using it for years as have a lot of friends about £15 for 200 yards, including postage from USA, you can buy it...
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    campsiefisher replied to the thread Glencoe, Rubbish!!.
    Quite a few years while i was in Germany visiting a relative, I was out doing a bit of last minute shopping in the city centre before...
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    campsiefisher replied to the thread Jackie Charlton.
    I suppose one of my claims to fame is i shared the same digs with Jack when his house was being built in Ballina, he used to fish the...
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    campsiefisher reacted to willie_r's post in the thread Conger v Pike... with Like Like.
    If you take out the big pike, you'll get a load of jacks. The big ones eat the wee pike, and keep the numbers stable.
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    campsiefisher reacted to Wee Jimmy's post in the thread Conger v Pike... with Like Like.
    Aye some folk have some weird ideas about pike for sure Jim...🥴
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    campsiefisher reacted to bobnudd's post in the thread Conger v Pike... with Like Like.
    I was out on the other year talking to some marine biologist who were doing a study of the lamprey in the Lough. They think they unique...
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    campsiefisher reacted to Cap'n Fishy's post in the thread Fish finders? with Like Like.
    That is true, Jim, but when you are on these vast waters, and you are wanting to keep the boat in between, say 7 and 14 feet for sea...
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    campsiefisher replied to the thread Strange Capture Today.
    Well done to the young lad. It may not be caught that often, which may make it more satisfying for him.
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    campsiefisher replied to the thread Fish finders?.
    As with Col, i have used it on unknown large waters, or to guage depths in familiar places, or drop offs in places like Carron, never...
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    campsiefisher replied to the thread Conger v Pike....
    An eel definitely Jimmy, this must have been almost 20 years ago, we were out with Padraic who's dad invented the Kelly Kettle, (funnily...
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    campsiefisher replied to the thread Loch leven.
    Here's one safely returned last week by a friend, caught on buzzers, as Scotty says Leven trout are their own strain of trout and wild
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    campsiefisher replied to the thread Conger v Pike....
    First time fishing Loch Conn, it was a quiet day not much doing, around the middle of the Loch, then all of a sudden there was an...
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    campsiefisher replied to the thread How to make CDC float.
    Geo, Probably intended or useful-ish for skating along the top of the water when you have a nice wave to induce a take, though i can...
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    campsiefisher replied to the thread How to make CDC float.
    Geo, Davie McPhail via Fulling Mill, seem to have taken Grant Luke's Grunter and made it a wet :rolleyes: dear doctor. The Grunter used...
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