Minimal tackle box

The place you will find all those traditional terminal tackle items.
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Re: Minimal tackle box

Post by Slumption » Sat Jul 22, 2017 12:53 pm

Yes get tested for Lymes, I used to organise mountain bike races so we'd spend a lot of time cutting back over grown trails. The guy I ran the races with got a tick on him but he didn't notice as it must have then come off and after feeling off for a few months had a test and confirmed he'd got Lymes. He was quite sick for a long time, off the bike for over a year.

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Re: Minimal tackle box

Post by Ian » Fri Aug 04, 2017 11:56 pm

I've cut my gear down now too but only when fishing a river.when I'm fishing a loch with lots of species I tend to cover all eventualities.

Loch fishing. River fishing.
Three rods-float,feeder and pike+reels for each. Float rod+reel
Landing net+keep net. Landing net
Seat+brolly. Floats,bands,shot and hooks
Groundbait bowl. Tub of maggots+catapult
Several rod rests
Plenty of crumb+hook baits
2 catapults
4 bait tubs
An array of terminal tackle

When loch fishing I have tons of gear but relaxing in the same spot all day.when on the river I have minimal gear but roving all day.sort of evens out.
Don’t cast doubt,cast out.

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