Repair Shop

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On tonight's programme they repair a fishing tackle box :Hat:
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I'll be watching
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It's started. :)
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Great job! :Thumb:

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Never miss recording it! Even the repeats. Free University for fettlers!
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A Kiley seatbox - made after 1972.

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The late Roy Kiley had a tackle shop in Norwich and a fine collection of cane rods, some specially made for him. He sold them off to someone I used to know before his death and I got a look at them all. I particularly remember a Sharpe's impregnated float rod at 11 feet that looked like new.

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