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- Dave Burr
- Wild Carp
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- Location: Not far from the Wye
I often use a piece of stick as a controller and simply attach it to the line by a couple of pellet bands and add a shot or two to either end to give it some casting weight. Okay, it lays flat but it does a job and if weeded they simply come off and leave you with the bands and shot. Around my lake there is a lifetime supply so no need to waste time varnishing etc.
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- Location: North Oxfordshire
They are very common and are often in gardens and growing wild.Taprobanes wrote:Thats a clever idea Snape but where can Buddliea be aquired if one is not an expert.
In summer they look like this and are often covered in butterflies.
“Fishing is much more than fish. It is the great occasion when we may return to the fine simplicity of our forefathers,” Herbert Hoover.
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