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kojak
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Post by kojak »

where is the best place around the southampton area or surrounding areas to buy rag from as of late poing and tightlines have been the worst i have seen the bait doesnt even last 5 hours any suggestions please and no i dont want to dig my own cheers



minimech
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Al's tackle & Bait.
10 Bridge Rd,
Woolston.
Phone 023 8044 6222
Al has always the best, freshest bait I've found, I buy mine on a Sunday and without freezing, just keeping in the shade, it easilly lasts until Thurs-Fri, and they're big too.
Pete. ;) ;) ;)

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Post by inlandbry »

I get the best worm supplied by John at Hamble Danglers, being a competent angler himself, he knows what an angler wants in size and quality, and i gave him a call on friday to order mine for tuesday knowing he will be out there digging it for me on the low on tuesday morning.
Will be coming to fish the late tide on tuesday at Hill Head, will be posting a report on wednesday. :) :)
Tight lines All,
Bryan.

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Post by pompeyjohn »

Ifu decide to fish Pompey way then Dave's Tackle in Gosport or Allan's Marine in Portsmouth. I have found both to supply very good worm.

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Post by steve1963 »

I always use Bells of Hythe for my worm, never had a problem.

New Road, Hythe on the main road.

Tele: 023 808 42065

Last for the whole session, always fresh and decent size.

Plus Alan or Steve will always tell you the correct tale of whats happening around the local marks.

Tight lines, Steve

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Post by silverfox »

Hi Kojak

I normally get my worms from the mud at low tide. Never had muck luck at high water!!!

Silverfox

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