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Re: Spring lure fishing

Post  paddy pike on Mon May 24, 2010 11:25 pm

Andy Macfarlane wrote:I know what it's called BUT just because you have had days where you caught making a din, as have I, how many days did you blank making a din?

If that's the case, is it not a better idea to be quiet then? No contest. Quiet will bring far more fish in the long run and you probably know it.

That's why we all go stalking. It's the correct thing to do.
Very Happy Very Happy It is strange that you should mention this Andy, When i used to fish the matches on the rivers, When you had drawn your peg numbers everybody would set of along the bank, And this seemed to chase all the fish away from the pegs for a good while, Very Happy IE the furthest peg would always be the first to start catching,
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Re: Spring lure fishing

Post  Andy Macfarlane on Tue May 25, 2010 1:43 pm

greg wrote:what kind of tips would you give for trawling lures andy, its dire aff the boat just now.
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Not my forte at all Greg. I'm more of a lure chucker.

The one thing I would try is a Bulldawg in Black/Orange tail. That's a cracking trolling lure. My experience of trolling is quite limited though.
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Re: Spring lure fishing

Post  greg on Tue May 25, 2010 10:37 pm

Andy Macfarlane wrote:
greg wrote:what kind of tips would you give for trawling lures andy, its dire aff the boat just now.
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Not my forte at all Greg. I'm more of a lure chucker.

The one thing I would try is a Bulldawg in Black/Orange tail. That's a cracking trolling lure. My experience of trolling is quite limited though.

i'll give it ago andy, its not one thats out the box often. cheers Very Happy
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