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=)) =)) =)) =)) =)) sorry guys, i just could not resist the oportunity :D :D :D :D :D :D



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aston74 wrote:=)) =)) =)) =)) =)) sorry guys, i just could not resist the oportunity :D :D :D :D :D :D
hi aston, tried the WD40 at the weekend, it worked really well just a bit of a pain getting my hook through the can....any tips greatly appreciated :-S

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As Victor Meldrew would say " I DON'T BELEIVE IT"!

Cheers
keith :D :D

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hi carlin try useing the elastic band that the little tube is held on to the tin with to wrap the hook in just like bait elastic
steve

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We just have not had the right weather for the cod this year.

Hardly any South Westerly winds.

I know in Dungeness they are coming out but not in great numbers. Odd one here and there.

Simple: NO HEAVY SW BLOWS = NO FOOD = NO COD!!!

I have heard that all the cod that have been caught have been taken on whiting and they have been decent sizes. Biggest I have heard of so far is 18ib.

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dontcatchmuch wrote:hi carlin try useing the elastic band that the little tube is held on to the tin with to wrap the hook in just like bait elastic
steve
nice one steve :D

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