Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

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Re: Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

Post by Monts » Sat Jun 29 2019 14:34

davelumb wrote:
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Looks more like camera shake to me.

And it's 'lens'... :geek:

Possibly I did not have any alcohol yesterday. Let's try again after its been tweaked.

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Just playing about as I've not had many Perch on baits that run very shallow etc. I was casting to a small shoal of Chub and the little fella came out of nowhere and hit it. Great fun.
That's better.

Lovely fish too. :cool:

The net looks optimistic! :grin:
As mentioned before on here I don't drive and jump on and off various trains to get to my venues along with the offten early morning bus. So I need a net that can fold up and be stashed away. If I could find a smaller net with lure friendly weave I'd love one. :thumbs:
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Re: Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

Post by Mattjb » Sun Jun 30 2019 12:03

Monts wrote:
davelumb wrote:
Monts wrote:
davelumb wrote:
Looks more like camera shake to me.

And it's 'lens'... :geek:

Possibly I did not have any alcohol yesterday. Let's try again after its been tweaked.

_20190629_121056.JPG

Just playing about as I've not had many Perch on baits that run very shallow etc. I was casting to a small shoal of Chub and the little fella came out of nowhere and hit it. Great fun.
That's better.

Lovely fish too. :cool:

The net looks optimistic! :grin:
As mentioned before on here I don't drive and jump on and off various trains to get to my venues along with the offten early morning bus. So I need a net that can fold up and be stashed away. If I could find a smaller net with lure friendly weave I'd love one. :thumbs:
Monts, I've been using a vintage efgeeco 24" net with a snowbee rubber replacement mesh. The efgeeco nets come up on eBay now and again and they fold up.

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Re: Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

Post by Mark_Houghton » Sun Jun 30 2019 12:50

Monts wrote:
davelumb wrote:
Monts wrote:
davelumb wrote:
Looks more like camera shake to me.

And it's 'lens'... :geek:

Possibly I did not have any alcohol yesterday. Let's try again after its been tweaked.

_20190629_121056.JPG

Just playing about as I've not had many Perch on baits that run very shallow etc. I was casting to a small shoal of Chub and the little fella came out of nowhere and hit it. Great fun.
That's better.

Lovely fish too. :cool:

The net looks optimistic! :grin:
As mentioned before on here I don't drive and jump on and off various trains to get to my venues along with the offten early morning bus. So I need a net that can fold up and be stashed away. If I could find a smaller net with lure friendly weave I'd love one. :thumbs:
I`ve been using the old version of the Spro folding net for the last 8yrs or so and it does the job...30" arms and rubber mesh. It`s comfortably landed pike to 20lbs which have gatecrashed perch sessions. The new version is very similar but lighter weight and looks decent :thumbs:

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Re: Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

Post by Monts » Sun Jun 30 2019 16:47

Mattjb wrote:
Monts wrote:
davelumb wrote:
Monts wrote:
davelumb wrote:
Looks more like camera shake to me.

And it's 'lens'... :geek:

Possibly I did not have any alcohol yesterday. Let's try again after its been tweaked.

_20190629_121056.JPG

Just playing about as I've not had many Perch on baits that run very shallow etc. I was casting to a small shoal of Chub and the little fella came out of nowhere and hit it. Great fun.
That's better.

Lovely fish too. :cool:

The net looks optimistic! :grin:
As mentioned before on here I don't drive and jump on and off various trains to get to my venues along with the offten early morning bus. So I need a net that can fold up and be stashed away. If I could find a smaller net with lure friendly weave I'd love one. :thumbs:
Monts, I've been using a vintage efgeeco 24" net with a snowbee rubber replacement mesh. The efgeeco nets come up on eBay now and again and they fold up.

Thanks for that Matt.

Mark the one I currently use is 36 inches, but it gets in the way in the summer a smaller one would help. :thumbs:
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Re: Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

Post by davelumb » Sun Jun 30 2019 17:01

Korum have 26" and 30" folding triangular nets in their new catalogue with latex meshes.

Non-latex shown here:
https://www.korum.co.uk/products/nets-a ... iangle-net

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Re: Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

Post by Monts » Sun Jun 30 2019 17:12

Dave,

I'll have a look for that, just done a quick search and most seem to stock the latex folding spoon. It's not massively urgent but would help. :thumbs:
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Re: Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

Post by davelumb » Sun Jun 30 2019 17:39

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Dave,

I'll have a look for that, just done a quick search and most seem to stock the latex folding spoon. It's not massively urgent but would help. :thumbs:
I only picked the catalogue up last week, so probably not in stock anywhere yet.

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Re: Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

Post by John Milford » Mon Jul 15 2019 19:44

A thing of rare beauty arrived this afternoon! :grin: (MH 'Big Tiger' 🐅) :cool:

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Re: Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

Post by Monts » Wed Aug 07 2019 17:43

You been knocking anything up of late Mark?
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Re: Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

Post by Mark_Houghton » Wed Aug 07 2019 17:45

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You been knocking anything up of late Mark?
Only vintage style stuff i`ve been doing are some flocked mice which i`m busy with at the mo. I put some larger vintage baits up on FB the other week for sale and couldnt give them away :scratch:

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Re: Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

Post by Monts » Wed Aug 07 2019 17:53

Mark_Houghton wrote:
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You been knocking anything up of late Mark?
Only vintage style stuff i`ve been doing are some flocked mice which i`m busy with at the mo. I put some larger vintage baits up on FB the other week for sale and couldnt give them away :scratch:
I can't figure that out either. Looking about on the lure angling websites of late, the amount of brand new soft plastic baits make me chuckle. They look the same as the last five years or perhaps I'm just cynical. :grin:
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Re: Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

Post by Mark_Houghton » Wed Aug 07 2019 17:55

Monts wrote:
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You been knocking anything up of late Mark?
Only vintage style stuff i`ve been doing are some flocked mice which i`m busy with at the mo. I put some larger vintage baits up on FB the other week for sale and couldnt give them away :scratch:
I can't figure that out either. Looking about on the lure angling websites of late, the amount of brand new soft plastic baits make me chuckle. They look the same as the last five years or perhaps I'm just cynical. :grin:
Mate the lure scene in the uk is backward. I`ve given up trying to figure it out :laughs: :laughs: :laughs: :laughs:

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Re: Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

Post by Monts » Wed Aug 07 2019 18:01

Mark_Houghton wrote:
Monts wrote:
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You been knocking anything up of late Mark?
Only vintage style stuff i`ve been doing are some flocked mice which i`m busy with at the mo. I put some larger vintage baits up on FB the other week for sale and couldnt give them away :scratch:
I can't figure that out either. Looking about on the lure angling websites of late, the amount of brand new soft plastic baits make me chuckle. They look the same as the last five years or perhaps I'm just cynical. :grin:
Mate the lure scene in the uk is backward. I`ve given up trying to figure it out :laughs: :laughs: :laughs: :laughs:
I've had a couple of sessions with the Flap Tails, good fun to use and they raise fish well. :thumbs:
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Re: Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

Post by Mark_Houghton » Wed Aug 07 2019 18:02

Monts wrote:
Mark_Houghton wrote:
Monts wrote:
Mark_Houghton wrote:
Monts wrote:
You been knocking anything up of late Mark?
Only vintage style stuff i`ve been doing are some flocked mice which i`m busy with at the mo. I put some larger vintage baits up on FB the other week for sale and couldnt give them away :scratch:
I can't figure that out either. Looking about on the lure angling websites of late, the amount of brand new soft plastic baits make me chuckle. They look the same as the last five years or perhaps I'm just cynical. :grin:
Mate the lure scene in the uk is backward. I`ve given up trying to figure it out :laughs: :laughs: :laughs: :laughs:
I've had a couple of sessions with the Flap Tails, good fun to use and they raise fish well. :thumbs:
Great to hear mate :smile: :thumbs:

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Re: Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

Post by Monts » Sat Oct 05 2019 18:23

I know John Milford mentioned Mark's Fat Belly Shad on this section of the forum recently? But I'm buggerd if I can find it? Mark mentioned that it moves a fair amount of water. Yep it does, had a couple for a few years now. Took them out for a swim today on a falling river, but the clarity was about two to four inches so happy with half a dozen fish, nothing to set the world alight just good fun. I used to baulk at lure fishing in coloured water, but if I wait for perfect conditions in the Autumn/Winter I'd never get out.
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Re: Not vintage, but vintage styles.....

Post by Mark_Houghton » Sat Oct 05 2019 19:22

Monts wrote:
I know John Milford mentioned Mark's Fat Belly Shad on this section of the forum recently? But I'm buggerd if I can find it? Mark mentioned that it moves a fair amount of water. Yep it does, had a couple for a few years now. Took them out for a swim today on a falling river, but the clarity was about two to four inches so happy with half a dozen fish, nothing to set the world alight just good fun. I used to baulk at lure fishing in coloured water, but if I wait for perfect conditions in the Autumn/Winter I'd never get out.

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Apologies to the unhooking mat police, wet spongy farmland is good enough for me.
Nice one mate. That shows too that you dont necessarily need mega bright patterns if the bait creates enough attraction with the "noise" it makes :wink: :thumbs:

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