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Old 31 May 2008, 16:30   #21
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Originally Posted by codprawn View Post
I much prerer a multiplier type reel over a fixed spool. A nice ABU7000 will set you back less than 50.

I prefer my old Mitchell 600. 30 years old and still better than most 50 reels today
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Old 31 May 2008, 17:03   #22
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I know we have some old ones that are much better built than the modern stuff - bet they cost a lot more than fifty quid though when they were new!!!

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Originally Posted by BassBoy View Post
If conditions allow, try any of the local headlands, like OldHarry, Durlston and StAldhelms when the tide is running hard. But be careful of the overfalls. Last weekend, we had 20 Makerel, 2 good sized Pollock and 2 bass, off st Aldhelms on Hockeye feathers, simply drifting through the race close inshore. Change the depth your fishing at to find the fish. Got a bit hairy at times with 6ft standing waves!. You could then go into chapmans pool for a fish BBQ on the beach. Have fun but don't scare the family!
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Old 20 June 2008, 18:58   #24
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Fishing in the far North-West. Note the strategic use of a lino drop-sheet to counter the effect of fish and hooks on the hypalon.

(Sadly) No fish were harmed in the making of this photograph.....
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