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  1. depends what size Carp you're after and where you're fishing. you'll need a Freespool reel if you really want to get into carp fishing, and a strong carp rod. i think size 6 or 8 hooks are better for hair rigs than size 10. 12-15lb breaking strain line, ask in your local tackle shop for more detailed advise of what tackle to buy.
  2. She sounds nice!! hahaha I'm going on Sunday so i'll post my happenings on here thanks for the advice mate.
  3. nah the bags are only smallish, 5" by 2" (12.7cm x 5.1cm) thanks for the help.
  4. hi i have 2 questions... 1. i have recieved boilies this morning in the post, freshly made, it says to freeze them if not being used in the next couple of days, i'm using them on Sunday so i've put them in the freezer, how long do they need to defrost for before use? and can i refreeze them, also, is it neccessary to freeze them at all? 2. how do i attach a PVA bag to a rig? i've recieved a load of these aswell and i'm not sure how to use them. thanks for your help. [ 01. September 2005, 10:02 PM: Message edited by: UJ Supanova ]
  5. lately i'm using boilies and pellets more than ever. red maggots, bread, sweetcorn and van den eynde flavoured luncheon meats were probably my most commonly used until more recently when i moved on to Carp fishing. now i use boilies, pellets, hemp etc. all the time.
  6. entered, here's hoping!! i could do with pva bags!
  7. Hi all what are your favourite boilie flavours for carp fishing? at the minute i've got strawberry, tutti-frutti, scopex and plain fishmeal. only used the fishmeal ones so far though, only got the others today. what are your opinions?
  8. i take it you're not English then. he's a legendary football manager, the man that turned Liverpool Football Club from a 2nd division side to the most succesful club in British Football history.
  9. yeh that's a god one Paul! I fish a mixture of all 3 usually. sometimes just boilies and pellets with some groundbait.
  10. i think boilies are by far the most popular now, but that doesn't neccessarily mean it's the best, they're equally useful on different waters. oh and Dante, i prefer Bill Shankley's quote to the one in your sig.... "Some people believe football is a matter of life and death, I am very disappointed with that attitude. I can assure you it is much, much more important than that." a lot of people think he just said "football isn't a matter of life or death, it's much more important than that." but they're far off. irrelivent, but as a Liverpool supporter i just like talking abou
  11. no, when i used the method i left it in for around 2 hours 2 hours with the open feeders 1 hour with the float and around 30 mins each time with the floaters.
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