|I'm confident that a quick rub over with some digital flushing solution will have the desired effect of removing |
this shiny brand labelling.
|The gentle "through action" of my Tring Tench rods (1 lb 2 oz T/C) is plenty good enough to deal|
with any pike that swims in the East Kent drains. Oh yeah - that's a 1920's wooden centre-pin!
Fun doesn't come much better than this?
|Me; a Duncan Kay and Cardinal 66X - fish on!|
Even these "snag busters" have a far more genteel curve than the "Fusion Expert" poles!
Armed with three of these fast taper, tip action, broom sticks - I fancy my chances of being able to set a Drennan double at 70m plus, even using Mackerel. It's all pie in the sky at present - I'll know more the other side of Christmas. In the mean time I've got a few ideas - Perch from Sandwich Coarse Fishery, Pike from the RMC and, just maybe, another session after the slimy ones?
|The "progressive" action of a Duncan Kay is nicely illustrated in this shot. A low double Common attached|
and doing its' best to reach the sanctuary of the marginal reed beds. Once again the reel is one of my ABU Cardinal 66X's.