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   Old Thread  #179 24 Sept 2019 at 7.28pm  Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
Theres some stunners. Quality bait
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   Old Thread  #178 24 Sept 2019 at 7.11pm  Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
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Fook me well done that man.....

He must be using something special

You been back out to Brazil again then Mark?
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   Old Thread  #177 24 Sept 2019 at 6.19pm  Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
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Oh yes mate, I most certainly do.
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   Old Thread  #176 24 Sept 2019 at 6.18pm  Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
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   Old Thread  #175 24 Sept 2019 at 6.16pm  Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
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Got Anymore photos like this mate
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   Old Thread  #174 24 Sept 2019 at 6.10pm  Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
I've already posted a lot of photographs of John Cash on here, the bloke has ripped Dinton White Swan to bits this year. He has very likely caught more from the very pressured lake, than anyone ever has before in his first season on there on our S2. He's a working man with a young family too.

This weekend, John had a two night guest session on Black Swan with his friend. What he caught on our S3 & GPB1 was just absolutely mind blowing. Anglers at Dinton are shaking their heads in disbelief at what John is doing over there right now.

Ten big carp in two nights, on a very big pit, that he's never fished before. Some of the best ones.

46lb6oz

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   Old Thread  #173 24 Sept 2019 at 5.55pm  Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
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Top picture, simply stunning
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   Old Thread  #172 24 Sept 2019 at 5.50pm  Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
Josh Sandars with two consecutive new PBs from Nash Church lake. 40lb6oz & 47lb10oz, S2 12mm cork balls. The scaly one was un caught for over three years and presumed dead. Aptly named 'Houdini'.

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   Old Thread  #171 24 Sept 2019 at 5.44pm  Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
James Sherman, Frimley's big fully, 43lb6oz, white S2 13mm CC.

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   Old Thread  #170 24 Sept 2019 at 5.40pm  Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
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Ricci Connolly, from a different Kent pit. 47lb12oz (mirror) & 46lb (common). Caught along with a 39lb+ mirror, and a 28lb common on same two night session. GPB1 balanced 13mm all of them.


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   Old Thread  #169 24 Sept 2019 at 5.37pm  Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
Gary Howes, 51lb6oz. From a very historic Kent pit, close to my heart. GPB1 balanced 13mm

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   Old Thread  #168 24 Sept 2019 at 5.34pm  Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
Hello all, I've been away to Brazil again for the past two weeks on a last minute impromptu holiday (paid for by Ladbrokes). If you are waiting for an order from the last two weeks, it is going out in the next couple of days.

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I've been having the odd look on here as a guest from my mobile, I can't log into the forum from my phone... My password is saved on my Mac, but not on my mobile and I cannot remember the log in.. Jeez it really kicked off whilst I was away... I see poor Josh got banned. A bit of a shame that is, I thought he was a stalwart of this forum in the short time that I have been a member and an all around good egg. To be honest, when we launched out Garlic hook baits earlier this year, I got into a fair few tangles with the same crew, all from another forum who turned up en masse. The same crew all seem to be connected to a certain liquid sold by Dean and Pete. I have nothing against Dean or Pete, and wished them both well with their new product and still do now. But some of their scientific based followers from that other forum, got stuck right into us about our GPB1 when it was launched. Many threads were deleted, because I will admit I took offence at the same gang having a slight agenda. In the end I just answered them with photos of big UK carp because I could not be bothered. I personally think it's very unfair that Josh was banned. I could not see that he did much wrong. It would seem that while I was away, most of the folks who were very vocal about our products, are all from the same 'other' forum, and all wrapped up in this E liquid now. I would never dream of going and questioning them on that thread, like they did me repeatedly. Have no need. We do not have any 'team', or need anyone to come fight our battles for us on here, or anywhere else. It's a shame that it kicked off so much whilst I was away, and a big shame that Josh got banned because of it. Why can't everyone just get along eh? We all love the same thing, carp fishing. I'll say it again, I have nothing against Dean or Pete, and hope their business does well for them. I repeatedly said on here Pete should be un banned. But some of their followers need to calm down just a touch. They talk like they are quoting the gospel most of the time, with very little to back it up results wise. Talk is cheap...

I wanted to post this a week ago, when it all seemed to be kicking off, but could only access the forum as a guest from Brazil. I am not a MOD, so it is not up to me who gets banned or not. I got back to England this morning. So I've said it now, a week to late

There has been some incredible fish caught on our hook baits while I was away, now I am back I can share some photographs on here.



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   Old Thread  #167 2 Sept 2019 at 7.49pm  Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
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No problem Phil. Good luck with them.
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   Old Thread  #166 2 Sept 2019 at 3.16pm  Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
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Really appreciate the response Mark - I'll try to get hold of the dry base mix. Thanks again
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   Old Thread  #165 2 Sept 2019 at 3.00pm  Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
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Hello Phil.

You are very much best off, starting again from scratch mate. You can make up a solution and try to work the egg alb into your paste... But it's not going to be as good as it could be mate. Get some base mix powder from your supplier. The paste you have will not be sieved, it may well have a bit of preservative in there to, and the whole egg will have been used (if it's real egg). Start again Phil.

Sieve the base mix you get through a fine sieve, to remove the larger bits. Depending on what your mix is, fish meal or nut etc, will determine how much egg alb you should add. Approximately 5-1 is a good starting point. So 5 spoons of base mix to one spoonful of egg alb. Mix that up in a bowl. Soak whatever cork balls you are going to use in egg white for a couple of hours, then dust with egg alb and allow to go tacky. This will weld your paste to the cork ball when you start rolling them. Only use the egg whites to make your paste, dispose of the yolk. Once you have made your paste, pop it into a bag and leave it on the side for an hour tightly sealed up.

When you boil them, bring the water to the boil, then knock it off the boil before you put the cork balls into the water. You are most likely to 'mess' them up at the boiling stage, when you first start, it's very easy to over cook them and pop the paste from the cork. 15-20 secs in water that is approximately 90-95 is perfect. As soon as the water stops bubbling, pop them in. Keep them rolling in the water, it's easiest to use a chip pan insert or similar to do this.

Job is a good un Phil.
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