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euan(YuG) has just phoned me to say there is a fish tehered up in the boyds in wishing what amazes me is someone that is fishing in that mass of weed there really is no point in just fishing for runs and potenially killing,tethering or just damaging the fish so what is everyones views on this?? I think its out of order fishing in that just to get a RUN!! :x :x

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27 Jun 2011, 10:27
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yup if thay have a weed rig or if the lead comes of right away could be ok but fishing bolt rigs semifixed running rigs ARE A NO GO .you must be able to drop the lead right away if fishing into thick weed/snags. yup.......if ppl see someone that might be fishing incorect then id have a word with them. i fish with the lead attached to the leader not on the leader tubbing or line. i do this with a with a tail rubber. holding the lead in place and the swivel turned round and pushed into the inline lead and tie your hooklink to ware the leader is attached to thje swivel fished with a bag and when a fish picks the bait up and shakes its head the lead will drop off 100% id rather lose a lead than tether a carp.....................some ppl havent got a clue about rig safty if even leadclips ppl dont no how to use them properly.................. :x :x :x :x :x


27 Jun 2011, 11:40
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The fish still tethered?...

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27 Jun 2011, 16:02
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Many thanks to Ewan for letting us know earlier today :wink: :D

Trying to get it sorted out at the moment, looking like it will be later this evening.

And for those who didn't want the buoys removed, this is exactly the reason! just a shame the council didn't remove the anchor buoys :roll: will be sorted out soon though.

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27 Jun 2011, 16:09
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All sorted now & many thanks to Stevie Walker for doing the honours :wink: 8) :D
The fish had managed to get off and the buoys have now been removed 8)

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28 Jun 2011, 07:44
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when you say removed are we talking from the lake bed or have the bouys just been cut off and there connection chain still in loch?


29 Jun 2011, 23:42
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scotty carp enter wrote:
when you say removed are we talking from the lake bed or have the bouys just been cut off and there connection chain still in loch?


Buoys just cut off for now as weights are too large to remove by boat, still will be much safer but I hope to try and get some long ropes to haul the concrete blocks out from the bank as they still have a length of rope attached ??

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so saul its the peolpe that didnt want the buoys removing fault not the anglers that were obviously fishing incorrect methods for that area.

you know u talk some s...t


03 Jul 2011, 20:57
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Thought you would like that :wink: :roll:

The teathered fish may have just been trailing line and got caught up nothing to do with someone fishing near them but please do tell us the correct methods for fishing an area with buoys ??????????? :D

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the method....................some common sence :lol: :lol:


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cheech123 wrote:
the method....................some common sence :lol: :lol:


Unfortunately some people have undergone a commonsense bypass and we all have experience and/or stories about that. :evil:

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common sense and who said they were fishing near the buoys maybe directly into the weed and because they didn't want to loose a £1.20 lead
maybe 5year old line because they cant be bothered to buy new stuff, maybe beacuse their leadcore had a loop in the mainline attachment end.

who knows saul you tell me they are your members


12 Jul 2011, 16:39
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Did you read my last post ??????? :lol:

Don't forget the non SGC members fishing the water :idea:

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ID LIKE TO NO WHO AINT MEMBERS


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cheech123 wrote:
ID LIKE TO NO WHO AINT MEMBERS


Day ticket & Season ticket anglers + a few chancing scumbags :roll: :?

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