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North west newbie

Post by scubasamuk » Thu Jan 24 2019 08:30

Hi all, thanks for the add. Ive been fishing for the last 30 years and caught the odd pike in that time with the biggest being around 13lbs. Ive decided to buy a boat and dedicate all my angling hours to hunting a 20lbs + specimen, thinking of going to the lake district quite abit to get used to the boat and different methods.

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Re: North west newbie

Post by Happy Hayes » Thu Jan 24 2019 09:47

Hello Mate
Welcome to the Pit
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Re: North west newbie

Post by Crackoff » Sat Jan 26 2019 17:24

Elow :wave:

Please get some hours in on smaller waters in your new boat before you go up to the lakes as it can turn nasty in an instant :eek:

If you have been using boats before just ignore my last remark :wink:

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Post by Ben » Sat Feb 02 2019 17:06

Or he could buy your boat Grant and part of the deal can be you show him the ropes on the big lake :thumbs:
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Re: North west newbie

Post by Vogler » Fri Feb 08 2019 18:45

Great advice, Grant. It can get tricky out there. Hello to the community from me as well, by the way!

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Re: North west newbie

Post by ShukaShuka » Sun Feb 10 2019 14:54

HI There NWN, welcome to the forum, theres some good links to pike fishing in the lakes like this...
https://www.lakedistrictfishing.com/ima ... p_2009.pdf
the rest of the site gives a good run down, where abouts in the northwest are you ?

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Post by Ben » Sat Mar 02 2019 22:53

North west boys are always welcome 👍🏼
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Re: North west newbie

Post by Mike J » Sun Mar 03 2019 11:57

Welcome aboard :handshake:

North to me used to be anything beyond Milton Keynes, these days its Salisbury!
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Re: North west newbie

Post by Crackoff » Thu Mar 07 2019 17:59

Ben wrote:
North west boys are always welcome 👍🏼
North west boys are always welcome

Ohhhhhh you are cheeky :laughs: :hug: :hump:

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Re: North west newbie

Post by Graham Benyon » Sun Mar 10 2019 20:07

Ben wrote:
North west boys are always welcome 👍🏼
Except scousers and plastic scousers :tea:

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Post by Ben » Sun Mar 10 2019 21:07

Gobshite has been let out again
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