The biggest frustration amongst Welsh anglers at the moment is the reluctance of WW to raise restrictions on fishing in club waters owned by them.
Lots of assurances that the matter will be looked at, but nothing happening, despite their counterparts across the border having raised restrictions...
Hi Ade, are you considering cutting the eye off the trailing hook?
I’ve used the ‘trailing’ eye to feed the link line through to the point hook in the past.
Will have a chat when I’m back on the weekend
My apologies, must have been wearing my Scarlets hoping hat on when I mentioned the Ricoh.
Scarlets supporters were hoping for a Sarries win, which would have meant a trip to Coventry.
As it works out, we’re in Dublin.
Sorry for the confusion
Lack of consistency has been a factor in every game, along with what has become a farce in the form of video refereeing.
Many of the referees have had a better view of events and still referred to the camera - understandable if they had an obstructed view, but in many instances they didn’t have...
Intermediate line to take the leader down, but fish the booby on the point, to create an up/down wave swim - that’s how I’d fish it. At the end of the day, the whole purpose is to fish the fly high in the water.
Perhaps pinch out of a third of the tail and a copper or gold wire rib to add a bit of flash and more importantly, strengthen the body for the bashing it’s going to get with all of the fish it’s going to catch
As Martin says - Dydd Gwyl Dewi hapus i bawb
Can't see fishing in the Beacons paying off as there are suggestions that there may be up to 20" of snow locally.
Hope that everyone has a good St David's Day
About 55 years with my first 'vice' being pliers, trapped in two holes drilled in an old cup stand - you increased the grip on the hook by wedging the plier handles in tighter.
A selection of feathers acquired from my neighbour, who bred budgies & other tropical birds, plus feathers liberated...