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Old 16 July 2014, 08:44   #11
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Magic Very envious, one day I'll catch fish like that, mebbe
Stop spending so much time in Bloody France....and I'll guarantee it!
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Old 16 July 2014, 12:22   #12
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How do you fish the fiiish lure I have some in the box and haven't a clue how to use them
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How do you fish the fiiish lure I have some in the box and haven't a clue how to use them
I was hoping someone would ask that
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Old 16 July 2014, 14:01   #15
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Don't mean to hijack bassribs thread but I fish them on the drift over shallowish reefs with a good tide run. Fish them as near to the snaggy stuff as you dare rising and falling the rod under control and wait for the slam. Light spinning rods and braided line essential in my opinion for the feel of what's going on.
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Don't mean to hijack bassribs thread but I fish them on the drift over shallowish reefs with a good tide run. Fish them as near to the snaggy stuff as you dare rising and falling the rod under control and wait for the slam. Light spinning rods and braided line essential in my opinion for the feel of what's going on.
Perfect answer.

They do have a little book now which tells you which size of body and which size of head is good for certain depths, though it's not hard to work out yourself. If too much line is drifting out the back of the boat and it's hard to hit bottom put a heavier one on!
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