St Leonard’s

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Lightningx
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Re: St Leonard’s

Postby Lightningx » Sun Jun 10, 2018 11:14 am

Good luck tonight mate and let us know how you go :thumbsup:



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Nude up
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Re: St Leonard’s

Postby Nude up » Sun Jun 10, 2018 2:28 pm

4liters wrote:
Nude up wrote:You want something like breadcrumbs or pollard mixed with tuna oil through it at your float as it hits the water it forms a cloud tease them not feed them.

Do you use a burley cage or throw handfuls out yourself?


If I was using a running sinker I would use a burley cage or a burley pot lowered under the boat. But if using a float I would just throw the burley at the float around golf ball size using the old adage little often.

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Re: St Leonard’s

Postby Jucfishing » Sun Jun 10, 2018 8:49 pm

Lightningx wrote:Good luck tonight mate and let us know how you go :thumbsup:

Not the greates night, caught a small herring and a wrasse, but my mate caught a bloody monster of a squid. I’ll upload a photo of it once I work out how to make the file size smaller

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Re: St Leonard’s

Postby Lightningx » Sun Jun 10, 2018 9:08 pm

Jucfishing wrote:
Lightningx wrote:Good luck tonight mate and let us know how you go :thumbsup:

Not the greates night, caught a small herring and a wrasse, but my mate caught a bloody monster of a squid. I’ll upload a photo of it once I work out how to make the file size smaller

Nice.
Looking forward to seeing it :thumbsup:


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