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Post  Lexioman on Sun Jan 17, 2010 4:44 am

Hi all,

my name is Alex and I'm from Rome, Italy. I moved in London since last October, and since then I didn't have any chance to go fishing. This friday my girlfriend is coming back from Italy and when she asked me: "do you need something from Italy?" I told her only one word: lureeeess! Laughing
Now that I'm gonna get back my weapons, my rods and things I really wanna go back to life! As a foreigner I have to start from basics again as here everything is different: weather as well as places, patterns, fish habits and angler tactics (I suppose). I hope here I can find some friends with whom I can have some chats in order to understand basic things of lure fishing as it is in this country, and in the area of London where I live.

Nice to meet you all! Wink

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Post  Walter on Sun Jan 17, 2010 8:48 am

good morning alex and can i say welcome to the forum

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Post  adie1200 on Sun Jan 17, 2010 10:12 am

Welcome to our site Lexioman Very Happy Very Happy

I hope you like what you see cheers

We are a friendly lot on here although we do have our moments lol! lol!
I'm sure you will find a lot of hints and tips And lots of help from the members Who are a great bunch Wink Very Happy

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Post  patch on Sun Jan 17, 2010 12:07 pm

wellcome to the site Lexioman Cool
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Post  esoxjeff on Sun Jan 17, 2010 6:01 pm

Lexioman wrote:Hi all,

my name is Alex and I'm from Rome, Italy. I moved in London since last October, and since then I didn't have any chance to go fishing. This friday my girlfriend is coming back from Italy and when she asked me: "do you need something from Italy?" I told her only one word: lureeeess! Laughing
Now that I'm gonna get back my weapons, my rods and things I really wanna go back to life! As a foreigner I have to start from basics again as here everything is different: weather as well as places, patterns, fish habits and angler tactics (I suppose). I hope here I can find some friends with whom I can have some chats in order to understand basic things of lure fishing as it is in this country, and in the area of London where I live.

Nice to meet you all! Wink

Welcome to our site Lexioman
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happy to help lures

Post  stubbo on Sun Jan 17, 2010 10:10 pm

Lexioman wrote:Hi all,

my name is Alex and I'm from Rome, Italy. I moved in London since last October, and since then I didn't have any chance to go fishing. This friday my girlfriend is coming back from Italy and when she asked me: "do you need something from Italy?" I told her only one word: lureeeess! Laughing
Now that I'm gonna get back my weapons, my rods and things I really wanna go back to life! As a foreigner I have to start from basics again as here everything is different: weather as well as places, patterns, fish habits and angler tactics (I suppose). I hope here I can find some friends with whom I can have some chats in order to understand basic things of lure fishing as it is in this country, and in the area of London where I live.

Nice to meet you all! Wink

Alex
hi alex lures are not my strongest point but having fished for over 30 years i will tell you whats worked for me.Having used a few lures over the years .....i dont think you can beat a wobbled dead bait in the right place What a Face
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Post  Andy Webster on Sun Jan 17, 2010 10:14 pm

Greetings Alex

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Re: Fishing dreams...

Post  Lexioman on Sun Jan 17, 2010 10:40 pm

Hi and thanks for the friendly welcome

@ stubbo: as far as I know dead baits are killer tools, sometime when pikes really refuse to collaborate I try to use some little dead fish on a drachkovic system and that may be very effective, but nothing give me the same satisfaction of catching a fish with a jerk bait or a good spoon. Perhaps is it because when I was very young, I put my eyes at those strange metallic baits without any trust at all. Why a clever animal like a fish should try to eat a piece of iron without a natural shape and any smell, I thinked. Then one day a chub decided to reveal me the secret of lure fishing getting catched on a silver toby. I still remember my face... Shocked what a joy!
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stick to what you know

Post  stubbo on Sun Jan 17, 2010 11:01 pm

hi lexioman if your having good results on artificials stick with it at the end of the day your catching fish and boosting confidence in that paticular lure
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