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I've recently discovered a new collecting bug which actually doesn't break the bank (my wife will be pleased!). Unlike my lure collection, some of which represents a serious investment, collecting floats and similar old angling
hi all have just made my first batch of floats even managed a few self cocking ones mainly pike ones from balsa but im very happy with them.also made a mould for ledger weights they have turned out fine as well .1oz/2oz 3oz alot of trail and error to ge
A silly question, nethertheless one I have to ask. It is only my second season and only used pencil floats in the latter part of the season when the weed had died. I want to suspend deadbaits in the early season and am confused as to the suggested
Has anybody used this technique? I don't have any pictures or diagrams of this float and trying to explain it and how it works will only confuse, I will try to sort out a photo soonest. Anyone who has used one will know what I'm waffling about! Ta!
What's the best float for deadbaiting on large waters using a standard float ledger setup? I find most floats to small on some waters and can get dragged under by the tow etc? Or is that because my braid is floating??
I have made some very good floats for boat fishing, i just need some advice on what i should use as a finishing coat?