Tackle-Tarts (part 1)

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    Wesley Mast

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    Re: Tackle-Tarts (part 1)

    Post  Wesley Mast on Wed Aug 11, 2010 5:01 pm

    colin court wrote:not sure if all my tackle will be upto much on here ..im sure my rods and reels will be fine however not to sure of my mmxr,s and fox sticks will cut the mustard ...i,ll get some pics up soon so i can be judged by my contemporary,s

    Fox Colin ? brrrrr...


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    garryclarkes set up

    Post  garryclarke on Wed Aug 11, 2010 11:51 pm

    just a few pic,s lads so be gentle








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    Post  Stuart Chowles on Thu Aug 12, 2010 1:03 am

    Heres a right mixture of metalware, soft sandy bottom so long sticks needed, see how many brands you can name! qudos to the winner!


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    Post  Dan Jefferies on Thu Aug 12, 2010 6:50 am

    garryclarke wrote:just a few pic,s lads so be gentle








    cheers cat

    Im not ure what to say really Gary, i reallyu wanna hate it and slg it off as there is on paper so many things wrong with it but i have to say i really like it! Its very very unique and different which i think is why i like it. The only thing i really hate about it is the r/w/b bobbins. Good effort.
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    Post  garryclarke on Thu Aug 12, 2010 10:14 am

    as you say dan,plenty wrong but then again i dont think anyone can totaly get it 100% right as we all have different tastes in rods/reels/carbon or stainless/alarms and bobbins sunny

    thats why we will all search for the perfect set up and always fall at the last hurdle lol!

    thanks for the very low key and honest replt lol!
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    Post  Robby Malfliet on Thu Aug 12, 2010 9:22 pm

    Come on Dan mate!
    You make a diffrence between forum members!
    Why do you hate my Adjustables, and you don't hate Garry's? geek

    You see Garry?
    You have mates after all! lol!


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    Post  garryclarke on Thu Aug 12, 2010 9:35 pm

    Robby Malfliet wrote:Come on Dan mate!
    You make a diffrence between forum members!
    Why do you hate my Adjustables, and you don't hate Garry's? geek

    You see Garry?
    You have mates after all! lol!
    well thats a first robby lol!
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    Post  Dan Jefferies on Fri Aug 13, 2010 6:49 am

    Robby Malfliet wrote:Come on Dan mate!
    You make a diffrence between forum members!
    Why do you hate my Adjustables, and you don't hate Garry's? geek

    You see Garry?
    You have mates after all! lol!

    I said i wanna hate it Rob i really do, i hate solar adjustables, berkley carbon, snag bars, r/w/b bobbins, left hand handle folded, bars that are way to wide to fold any handles yet they are still folded, spools way to far out on the spindle, landing nets on banksticks(thats the gayest thing ever, fox line clips. All these things i hate but for some reason i like GC's pics. I think its the effort that has gone into it, the man has tried. You just seem to empty your kit out the back of your motor and it ends up where it ends up! pirat
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    Post  Roy van Goor on Fri Aug 13, 2010 8:15 pm

    How do those solar optonics perform?
    hear some negative some positive things about them..

    Greetz roy
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    Post  Robby Malfliet on Sun Aug 15, 2010 1:28 pm

    Dan Jefferies wrote:You just seem to empty your kit out the back of your motor and it ends up where it ends up! pirat

    That's it then!
    "The return to the Tramps" is in the making! lol!


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    Post  garryclarke on Wed Aug 18, 2010 8:53 pm

    Roy van Goor wrote:How do those solar optonics perform?
    hear some negative some positive things about them..

    Greetz roy
    hi roy,as for the solar alarms i think there very very good and did as much research as i could which was hard as they have been discontinued for a while now.
    after now owning them for a while and given them one hell of a feild testing i can say hand on heart they are the best alarms i have ever used.
    the only one gripe i have is the sound on the alarm and remote isnt what you call ear splitting but it does the job nicely.
    a true remote range of 500m.
    a nice little feature is you can set the sensitivity on low and when a fish takes x amount of line the head reverts to full sensitivity and then resets itself to low.
    also the tacklebox in kent uk has all the stocks of the solar alarm and can service and fix any that do go wrong,as like most alarms you do have problems from time to time.
    hope this helps.
    oh and the solar v6 and v8 are not conpatible to a receiver

    cheers garry
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    Post  Wesley Mast on Sat Aug 21, 2010 3:18 pm

    Hmmm...quiet overhere!
    Where are all the tarty pics from england ? bounce

    (will post mine soon when i have some new sh*t)


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    Re: Tackle-Tarts (part 1)

    Post  Fara on Mon Aug 23, 2010 9:46 pm




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    Post  Wesley Mast on Tue Aug 24, 2010 3:26 pm

    Fara,picture resized mate ;-) but u can do this yourself with http://imageshack.us/

    nice set-up btw fella alien

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    Post  Fara on Tue Aug 24, 2010 6:30 pm

    Cheers for the heads up Wes, glad you like it..
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    Post  Robby Malfliet on Thu Aug 26, 2010 6:19 pm

    Very nice indeed Fara! cheers

    Hi's rods?


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    Post  Fara on Thu Aug 26, 2010 6:28 pm

    Cheers Robby,

    They are Hi's 3.5lb built by Chris Orme. I am considering changing the reel seats and perhaps maybe going for full shrink or dup. I'll have to give a Dan a shout and see what he thinks.

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