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Re: Shakespeare Mentor Twin-Tip

Post  adie1200 on Mon Apr 27, 2009 6:28 pm

I've still got a couple of swing tips Nick and swingtip rod Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy
Not used it for a while but its a good way of fishing when its a nice still day Cool

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Post  bigchris on Mon Apr 27, 2009 7:00 pm

like adie ive got a couple of swingtips,cant say ive used them for a while now,good for bream fishing.as for the rod m8 ive no idea but a good one for the same amount ov pennies is the maver abbyse(dont know if ive spelt that right lol)sells for about 35 with 3 tips.

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Re: Shakespeare Mentor Twin-Tip

Post  Bazz on Mon Apr 27, 2009 9:57 pm

I used to use swingtip on still waters & quiver on rivers. You don't see many swing tipping nowadays, suppose its gone 'out of fashion'. Rolling Eyes

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Re: Shakespeare Mentor Twin-Tip

Post  Andy Webster on Sun May 17, 2009 10:20 pm

Bazz wrote:I used to use swingtip on still waters & quiver on rivers. You don't see many swing tipping nowadays, suppose its gone 'out of fashion'. Rolling Eyes

No Bazz, the swing tip is still there, its just been relocated to the butt and renamed "swinger", thereby allowing the line to pass over the alarm. Same principle but modified for the angler who likes to snooze. Sleep

It probably makes swinging the most popular form of spotting when you have a pull. cherry

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Re: Shakespeare Mentor Twin-Tip

Post  Lefty on Mon May 18, 2009 10:25 am

Andy Webster wrote:It probably makes swinging the most popular form of spotting when you have a pull. cherry

Pardon? scratch
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Re: Shakespeare Mentor Twin-Tip

Post  Andy Webster on Mon May 18, 2009 7:18 pm

Lefty wrote:
Andy Webster wrote:It probably makes swinging the most popular form of spotting when you have a pull. cherry

Pardon? scratch

You know Lefty, the swinger moves when the carp pulls on the bait.

Cor...didn't you know that?

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Re: Shakespeare Mentor Twin-Tip

Post  nickcarpy on Mon May 18, 2009 8:59 pm

nver looked at the swinger in that form andy,still all new ideas are based on old ones Smile
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