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PostPosted: Sat Oct 19, 2013 8:34 pm • #  
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Tench.
5lb 3oz.
Halsnead Park,Whiston,England.
Sweetcorn on waggler rig.
Mitchell 314.

Tench.
9.5lb
Newsham park,Liverpool,England.
Mussel on waggler rig.
Mitchell 206.

Roach.
1bl 6oz.
Halsnead Park,Whiston,England.
Sweetcorn on waggler rig.
Mitchell 314.


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 22, 2013 1:45 pm • #  
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Chris,
Very impressive catches with some great reels!
Regards,
Ted Lanham


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 23, 2013 7:55 pm • #  
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Thanks Ted,was a great summers fishing and best weather for donkeys years.
You got any fish pics? I guess its mostly bass over your side of the atlantic.

Cheers chris


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Hi Chris,

Very nice pictures !

Here is my pike (95 cm) using a Mitchell 358 prince

Regards, Dries


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hi Dries very nice pike,that looks like a great little river i soooo wish i had a place like that to fish.

Cheers chris.


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Ted im sorry i scrolled past your reply and missed it.
Thanks for the info,ive heard of some of those fish and it would be nice to see a few specimens on here.
In the past i did a little fly fishing and did enjoy cooking my captures brown and rainbow trout i do have a pic with a brace of rainbow but was in my mitchell less youth so wont post here.
I have only ever eaten pike many years ago but not any other kind of course fish,its not a done thing over this side.
Ted you should make a point of getting back out there,just take it one cast at a time and im sure you will be hooked once more.

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Chris,
I'm planning on doing just that.
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