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Back to the original post. I left it on a shelf and the water has evaporated. Additional an e-mail to Dernnan elicited no respone. So much for customer service !!


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Wotnob,

 

I wouldn't expect more from any vendor. They didn't produce the float, they just branded it (and added a couple pounds to the price).

 

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Answer to the "water in hollow plastics wagglers"

 

 

Make your own wagglers from a length of peacock quill - different lengths for different shot loads They last for ever.......


 

 

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Answer to the "water in hollow plastics wagglers"

 

 

Make your own wagglers from a length of peacock quill - different lengths for different shot loads They last for ever.......

 

I've made a few from plastic drinking straws over the years, insert wagglers using either toothpicks, or thinner straws as inserts, just capping them off with a balsa plug, or adding a balsa/cork body to either shape. Only drawback is that they don't usually come in much of a variety of lengths like peacock quills, but ideal for floats up to 8 or 9ins.

 

John


Angling is more than just catching fish, if it wasn't it would just be called 'catching'......... John

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I like using peacock quills in various sizes and thickness plain as they are after shaving them. I just attach them via a rubber at the base.

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