Received my 2020 Snowbee catalogue earlier today. There are some very decent bargains advertised on the accompanying leaflet ranging between 40% - 75% discount on various items, rods, reels, waders, clothing etc.
Aww....goan,goan, goan. A famous quote from a Mrs. Doyle that appeared in an Irish priest's sitcom. Anyway, the point (challenge) is for anybody to post a topic that won't deviate from the original post over this festive season.....(tippets & nylon excluded)
We've all heard the jokes about how many blonds etc does it take to change a light bulb. Well, how many anglers does it take to renew a leader? Can it actually be calculated? Which material, diameter, abrasion resistance, breaking strain, X rating, etc. etc.
With these being the current "hot" topic, which have the best knotting strengths/advantages & what's the best knot? This is what Google offers The Best Fishing Knots Of All Time [Ranked Strongest To Weakest] Any opinions?
As per the heading, what item of tackle, be it rods, reels, lines, tippet, waders, wading jackets etc. etc. would you say is the mutts nuts? For myself it has to be my Atom-Six Tachyon rod (it's a 10' #7 for salmon/sea trout)
See the Welsh football team managed to scrape through to next year's Euro finals campaign by beating Hungary 2 nil in Cardiff, losing semi-finalists in the last campaign. Maybe Ryan Giggs knows a bit about the circular ball.
Reading an article on another website My oldest piece of material | Global FlyFisher | I have a dried hare skin, which I have owned for as long as I have tied flies. A lot of flies and a lot of wisdom has come from that skin. I started thinking about some of the stuff I've got here. I've...