My latest Crabtree/ Ingham style teardrop net.

Traditional landing nets large and small.
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Liphook
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Re: My latest Crabtree/ Ingham style teardrop net.

Post by Liphook » Wed May 15, 2019 6:14 pm

The net and pole both look fantastic, as do your two home collections! I can only guess at the extent of your tackle collection....... :Sun:

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Banksy
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Re: My latest Crabtree/ Ingham style teardrop net.

Post by Banksy » Thu May 16, 2019 1:17 pm

My wife suggested that you might be a soil scientist - I suppose she was not far off the mark.

Thanks for the explanation. The next time I go to the moon ... :Wink:

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Re: My latest Crabtree/ Ingham style teardrop net.

Post by LlyrEdwards » Sun Jun 16, 2019 10:12 am

I must say, what an incredible net!!

The idea of bottling little samples from wherever you visit is not only unique but extremely interesting.

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Old Man River
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Re: My latest Crabtree/ Ingham style teardrop net.

Post by Old Man River » Sun Jun 16, 2019 3:01 pm

Again, many thanks everybody for the kind words...

I will add that the net will shortly be going to a new home , so in due course I can get started on the next net project, not sure what it will be yet, although as said, I really quite like the pale cane. I may have a rod rebuild or two to do as well, plus hopefully get a bit of time in on the river, and also a trip or three out in the charter boats, and a few beach trips as well.

I remember thinking when I retired I would perhaps have a problem filling the time, in fact it is quite the reverse. :Hat:

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Hurrumph....... whatever happened to Handlines ?

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