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Thought I would share a pic or two of some of my rather smart Pike Floats, they are a pleasure to admire but actually do get used (as do all of my floats). I cannot believe the finish that the likes of Field, Cook, Lythe etc, manage to achieve....true craftsmanship.
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i have some of andrew field floats and there works of art
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Wow they are stunning
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Fantastic workmanship, I would never get tired of looking at them.
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My biggest worry is that my wife ( when I'm dead ) will try to sell my fishing tackle for what I said I paid for it.
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Andrew does make some Stunning floats. I wish I had half his talent.
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