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Post  adie1200 on Sun Mar 28, 2010 12:15 am

noodle wrote:reading this i take it none of you have understood the post with the exception of adie

the double hook rig is a feeder fishing set up in a match situation where you are generally limited to one rod at a time

sometimes i think the current vogue in fishing leads to much to narrow a veiw how too fish

i take none of you have used a pennel with worms

or the dropper on a feeder

fished a team of flies


all multi hook set ups that are viable propositions for fishing

I've never heard of anyone using 2 hook rigs in match fishing Shocked I don't think you would get away with it in a match around here Shocked

i agree with the lads on this one The only safe way to use 2 hooks is on 2 rods Very Happy
Apart fron snap tackles and of course sea fishing Very Happy

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Post  noodle on Sun Mar 28, 2010 12:26 am

adie1200 wrote:
noodle wrote:reading this i take it none of you have understood the post with the exception of adie

the double hook rig is a feeder fishing set up in a match situation where you are generally limited to one rod at a time

sometimes i think the current vogue in fishing leads to much to narrow a veiw how too fish

i take none of you have used a pennel with worms

or the dropper on a feeder

fished a team of flies


all multi hook set ups that are viable propositions for fishing

I've never heard of anyone using 2 hook rigs in match fishing Shocked I don't think you would get away with it in a match around here Shocked

i agree with the lads on this one The only safe way to use 2 hooks is on 2 rods Very Happy
Apart fron snap tackles and of course sea fishing Very Happy

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one of the reasons i said check the byelaws for your area

not the one we use but ive seen this one used for speciman roach
http://www.course-fishing.freeuk.com/methods.html

and the chap who showed it too me many moons ago
http://www.sthelensaa.co.uk/content/index.php?option=com_phocagallery&view=category&id=9:meet-our-members&Itemid=55
top right mind you if you take any of the bream men round here they will use that system
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Post  adie1200 on Sun Mar 28, 2010 12:40 am

Maybe its legal to use 2 hooks But it doesn't mean it can be used in match fishing !!

And just for the record the remarks on this thread and any other thread on our site are only opinions of the ones posting !!

After all we are a friendly site are we not ?? Very Happy Very Happy

Lets not let this thread get out of hand please lads Very Happy
Keep it friendly Wink

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Post  noodle on Sun Mar 28, 2010 12:46 am

adie1200 wrote:Maybe its legal to use 2 hooks But it doesn't mean it can be used in match fishing !!

And just for the record the remarks on this thread and any other thread on our site are only opinions of the ones posting !!

After all we are a friendly site are we not ?? Very Happy Very Happy

Lets not let this thread get out of hand please lads Very Happy
Keep it friendly Wink

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they do on the st helens aa ones, and the kamasan series thats on there or did hold on there, not fished those waters in a while now or been involved with any of the match lot round here, not that i ever fished a match, but being a bailiff meant i got too know them well enough
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Post  paddy pike on Sun Mar 28, 2010 12:47 am

Very Happy Shocked I remember being in a local match, And there was a big debate at the end of the way-in, As the winner was using 2 hooks, But he went away as the winner because no one had written into the rules that you could only use one hook, The guy who won said his club water in Wigan allowed the use of 2 hooks in a match, So he thought this applied for any match in any area, Shocked Very Happy
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Post  noodle on Sun Mar 28, 2010 12:53 am

paddy are you southport?

the southort thing has been taunting me now for a bit so i need to ask Laughing
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Post  paddy pike on Sun Mar 28, 2010 12:57 am

noodle wrote:paddy are you southport?

the southort thing has been taunting me now for a bit so i need to ask Laughing

Razz Razz Yes noodle i am Southport, Shocked Evil or Very Mad Very Happy
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Post  noodle on Sun Mar 28, 2010 2:03 am

paddy pike wrote:
noodle wrote:paddy are you southport?

the southort thing has been taunting me now for a bit so i need to ask Laughing

Razz Razz Yes noodle i am Southport, Shocked Evil or Very Mad Very Happy

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Post  paddy pike on Sun Mar 28, 2010 2:09 am

noodle wrote:
paddy pike wrote:
noodle wrote:paddy are you southport?

the southort thing has been taunting me now for a bit so i need to ask Laughing

Razz Razz Yes noodle i am Southport, Shocked Evil or Very Mad Very Happy

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Post  essox_lucius1 on Sun Mar 28, 2010 9:21 am

of course ive heard of the 2 hook rigsin match fishing i cant see why they cant be used for alot of shoaling fish i have used a 2 hook rig for roach myself but as pike are loan predators i just think using multi hook setups could lead to lots of pike trailing hooks around and lots of anglers with flying trebles in the hand cyclops
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Post  noodle on Sun Mar 28, 2010 9:29 pm

thought my location was on here

ah well im st helens

you play on some big puddles then Razz

couple of meres sprig to mind along with a water or two but only one lake scratch lol!

you boat or land bound on em?
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Post  paddy pike on Sun Mar 28, 2010 9:48 pm

Shocked Shocked well we are on land Shocked Shocked Most of the waters i fish there are no boats allowed, Cool More is the pitty Cool Are you a member of the Wigan waters, As a friend of mine picks me up every now and then to fish the lodges Shocked waters cover a lot of acres, Razz Shocked Cool
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Post  stubbo on Tue Mar 30, 2010 11:23 pm

essox_lucius1 wrote:of course ive heard of the 2 hook rigsin match fishing i cant see why they cant be used for alot of shoaling fish i have used a 2 hook rig for roach myself but as pike are loan predators i just think using multi hook setups could lead to lots of pike trailing hooks around and lots of anglers with flying trebles in the hand cyclops
not always the case that pike move around on there own having caught 4 or 5 fish from one spot one after the other some big fish mixed in with the small ones sometimes there might be a small group of pike sticking together which i witnesed on a local quarry lake Suspect
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Post  paddy pike on Wed Mar 31, 2010 8:28 pm

stubbo wrote:
essox_lucius1 wrote:of course ive heard of the 2 hook rigsin match fishing i cant see why they cant be used for alot of shoaling fish i have used a 2 hook rig for roach myself but as pike are loan predators i just think using multi hook setups could lead to lots of pike trailing hooks around and lots of anglers with flying trebles in the hand cyclops
not always the case that pike move around on there own having caught 4 or 5 fish from one spot one after the other some big fish mixed in with the small ones sometimes there might be a small group of pike sticking together which i witnesed on a local quarry lake Suspect

Very Happy I think you will find that if you are dead baiting, And the pike are hungry, You will find them queing up for the next bait to drop in, This is why at times, Like me, You can catch 8 Pike in the day, Of all diferent sizes, Very Happy
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Post  stubbo on Wed Mar 31, 2010 9:22 pm

paddy pike wrote:
stubbo wrote:
essox_lucius1 wrote:of course ive heard of the 2 hook rigsin match fishing i cant see why they cant be used for alot of shoaling fish i have used a 2 hook rig for roach myself but as pike are loan predators i just think using multi hook setups could lead to lots of pike trailing hooks around and lots of anglers with flying trebles in the hand cyclops
not always the case that pike move around on there own having caught 4 or 5 fish from one spot one after the other some big fish mixed in with the small ones sometimes there might be a small group of pike sticking together which i witnesed on a local quarry lake Suspect

Very Happy I think you will find that if you are dead baiting, And the pike are hungry, You will find them queing up for the next bait to drop in, This is why at times, Like me, You can catch 8 Pike in the day, Of all diferent sizes, Very Happy
only 8 got that beat 15 with witnesses..... not bragging mate it was just one of those days dont get many days like that...
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Post  paddy pike on Wed Mar 31, 2010 10:11 pm

Very Happy Very Happy Excelent Thats what we used to call a red letter day Very Happy
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