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Post  nickcarpy on Sat Feb 27, 2010 8:45 pm

which tackle box you guys favour? ive got the nash tt,with bag for me session fishing but like me little boxes[tupper ware] for me day trips.
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Post  Alex Makk on Sat Feb 27, 2010 8:56 pm

i have been using a large wilkos tool box for me deadbaiting and for me match its just an regular tackle box with 2 teirs
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Post  esoxjeff on Sat Feb 27, 2010 8:58 pm

nickcarpy wrote:which tackle box you guys favour? ive got the nash tt,with bag for me session fishing but like me little boxes[tupper ware] for me day trips.
there's nowt like a nice little box, Nick
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Post  nickcarpy on Sat Feb 27, 2010 9:51 pm

all good things come in small packages! Very Happy Very Happy
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Post  robh107 on Sat Feb 27, 2010 10:55 pm

i use a large badger tackle carryall for my carp/pike fishing and a large shakespeare seatbox with a pole seat screwed onto the top for float/feeder fishing, in all honesty i cant fault either Very Happy
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Post  patch on Sat Feb 27, 2010 11:14 pm

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Post  noodle on Sat Feb 27, 2010 11:21 pm

this may take a while

fox large system thing for carping extra long stay stuff
hutchy box for carping everyday stuff
fox medium for perch chub eels etc
whychwood medium box for pike
hsakespere box similar to the hutchy for feeders little leads
a few others for stuf like sea fishing
three shakespere seat boxes for boat stuff one for mine one for lures on other boats and one for baits on other boats
about ten of the clam things for fly fishing (not that ive done much of it)

and god knows how many stanley boxes for lures
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Post  nickcarpy on Sat Feb 27, 2010 11:29 pm

thanks patch,allready got the nash tt,bit big for day sessions.got a fox rig/stalker bag but its fox an zips let it down again!! Twisted Evil
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Post  robh107 on Sun Feb 28, 2010 11:55 am

noodle wrote:this may take a while

fox large system thing for carping extra long stay stuff
hutchy box for carping everyday stuff
fox medium for perch chub eels etc
whychwood medium box for pike
hsakespere box similar to the hutchy for feeders little leads
a few others for stuf like sea fishing
three shakespere seat boxes for boat stuff one for mine one for lures on other boats and one for baits on other boats
about ten of the clam things for fly fishing (not that ive done much of it)

and god knows how many stanley boxes for lures

bloody hell noodle thats alot of bags and boxes lol...... my lass complains that i take up most of the downstairs cupboard and i dont even have half of what it sounds like you have even if you include all my beach/wreck fishing rods!!!
your lass must be really understanding Very Happy
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Post  noodle on Mon Mar 01, 2010 1:08 am

ah well

three quivers for various things two two rod ones and a three rod, oh make i tfour ive a nash one that takes 5 rods
british bergen
fox royal 35 litre rucksack
prologic gadget stalking bag
couple of fly bags for lightweight fishing
fladen lure caddy
ron thompson lure cady
nash viper
gardner over wrap 60 inch and brolley
eustace 50 inch quick fill panel for a 50 inch wavelock (and the brolley)
a few buckets rigged for lure fishing
about ten buckets of dried bait boilie stuff etc
boat and three outboards
canoe (where boat fishing is difficult ahem)
all the clothing
rods here we go lol
ul rod fladen micro 1-10gm
daiwa samuri 3-15gm
two 10-40gm baitcasters one tow piece for the car boot and a one piece for serious fishing
two esox spinflex 9 ft
nash 66 and 70
shimano uh beastmaster
three shimano super ultegras
shimano aero speciman 13 3.5
century cannons 2lb
fox heavy deadbait 3.25
eustace custom built 5lb cat rods
two avons shakespere and blue diamond
three waggler rods shakespere a harison and one i cant think of
three beach rods daiwa moonraker and two others one daiwa and an old abu bass rod
boat rods 20lb abu diamond something and a 50lb one penn stand up i think
couple of tip rods
and a few poles well whips

then reels to go with every rod
stuff like big shimano moochers for the ligh boat rod multis by quantum penn abu shimano
big pits daiwa emcast advanced and penn carpmasters (the surfmaster but in black
mitchell 300's on the avons abu 501's for the float rods

alarms metal ware stuff like four optonics ET backbiters billys backbiters

and more but i really would take ages to list it all

garage is very secure and valuable stuff like rods reels lures are inside the house

it scared me recently when we sorted the house insurance out as i had to list my fishing stuff and the value to replace it was frightening have you any idea how much a tackle box is worth on its own Shocked

and i wont go into lures
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Post  nightwatchman on Mon Mar 01, 2010 9:52 am

nickcarpy wrote:which tackle box you guys favour? ive got the nash tt,with bag for me session fishing but like me little boxes[tupper ware] for me day trips.

I use empty ADA ice cream tubs. lol lol!

Got them rolling around in my rucksack. But to be honest I think its getting near the time to buy something a little more professional ! Laughing
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Post  robh107 on Mon Mar 01, 2010 11:09 am

nightwatchman wrote:
nickcarpy wrote:which tackle box you guys favour? ive got the nash tt,with bag for me session fishing but like me little boxes[tupper ware] for me day trips.

I use empty ADA ice cream tubs. lol lol!

Got them rolling around in my rucksack. But to be honest I think its getting near the time to buy something a little more professional ! Laughing

at the end of the day as long as the gear you use to catch the fish is up to scratch it doesnt matter too much about what you carry it around in..... i know several people who think they're the dogs whatsits just because they paid 1000 for a pole plus expensive seatbox etc...... yet when they come up against me with my second hand preston lerc (cost me 100 about 6 years ago) and modified shakespeare seatbox they get their butts kicked when fishing side by side Smile
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Post  essox_lucius1 on Mon Mar 01, 2010 7:46 pm

[quote="nickcarpy"]all good things come in small packages! Very Happy Very Happy[/quote
true wifes 5ft lol i use a box from homebase were on special why pay for a name on the lid
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Post  Alex Makk on Sun May 09, 2010 1:53 pm

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Post  paddy pike on Sun May 09, 2010 10:41 pm

Shocked Shocked Box? What box?, I have a deck chair to sit on, And a Lidle shoulder Tackle bag, Shocked Shocked
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Post  Andy Macfarlane on Mon May 10, 2010 6:35 pm

I'm not going to get into what I've got. It's generally everwhere you go. Now and again I find something I forgot I had. let's just say I could probably do without the majority of it...but then again, I might go sea-fishing once this year and I need tripods and beachcasters and buckets and forks and........arggggggghhhh.
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Post  paddy pike on Mon May 10, 2010 9:07 pm

Shocked Cool I have always been one for traveling light, But when i was into carping i had everything, Shocked Looked like a right tackle tart Shocked Cool
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Post  Andy Macfarlane on Mon May 10, 2010 10:14 pm

Tell me about it. I was Carping on Saturday. I had 3 rods out, one rod for spodding/marking, one rod for waggler fishing, a chair, rod holdall, bag for tackle, mat, brolly, food, and a big bag full of method mix, luncheon meat, chick peas, maggots, pellets, boilies, dog biscuits....all too much.

Didn't catch nowt either.
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Post  paddy pike on Mon May 10, 2010 10:26 pm

Shocked Unlucky not to catch Shocked , Laughing but it can become an obsession on what you have to take to get the best results, And at the end of the day if you took a rod reel hook line and sinker, One bait, You would most likely catch somthing anyway Smile , Razz I used to get muscles in my spit with carting everything around Razz
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Post  Andy Macfarlane on Mon May 10, 2010 10:31 pm

To be honest, I don't really expect to catch much from this water. It's a park pond and very lightly stocked. There's only a handful of fish bit they go to over 20lbs (including a huge Koi) and they didn't get to that size being daft. Very few people actually aim for them either, so many baits are just plain alien to them. I even tried putting floaters and bread out for some of the smaller carp and they didn't even give it a look. I watched them cruising inches from my baits umpteen times and nothing. Not even a quick glance.

I can go to a fishery, like I did a few weeks back and catch smaller carp all day long but I think the piker in me is determined to crack a biggie, which will take some doing.
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Post  paddy pike on Tue May 11, 2010 2:01 pm

Very Happy Have you tried floating a few sugarpuffs, Very Happy They are a killer in this area, Very Happy But great for the carp Laughing , And hopfuly the Kio in your area, Shocked Razz Shocked
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Post  Andy Macfarlane on Sun May 16, 2010 4:05 pm

I have not but I'll try, especially for the smaller commercial carp. Good idea that. Nice and cheap.

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Post  nickcarpy on Sun May 16, 2010 7:52 pm

suger puffs a killer at drayton,sure theres a link on youtube with them there? Very Happy


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Post  paddy pike on Sun May 16, 2010 7:52 pm

Very Happy I used to take them for fishing with, And if you get hungry they are a great sugar boost Very Happy
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Post  paddy pike on Sun May 16, 2010 7:54 pm

nice one nickcarpy, I may just have a look for that,
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