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    Samuel Hearne
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    Tim hopefully you will catch some nice fish with that set up.

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    Ive got a couple of the plastic type to tie behind the cat, havnt used them yet but like you Tim Ime hoping for a few nice suppers off them. Good luck to you and Ime looking forward to another great story from your trip,atb Ken
    Ne te confundant illigitimi It is always a pleasure to see what you can make !, instead of buying it ready made. R Proenneke.

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    Poor cat

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    Quote Originally Posted by jus_young View Post
    Poor cat
    Lol
    "Travel a thousand miles by train and you are a brute;
    pedal five hundred on a bicycle and you remain basically a bourgeois;
    paddle a hundred in a canoe and you are already a child of nature."
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    Quote Originally Posted by -Tim- View Post
    I have rigged up an old crabbing line with one of the parvanes along with a single lure for trolling behind the canoe, I have chosen a single lure as if by some freak chance I troll through a shoal of hungry mackerel I won't be fighting with six or so fish whilst trying to paddle / sail.



    All being well I will be able to catch a bit of supper this way be it fish or sea weed!

    Cheers
    Tim
    It worked, simples, lob it over the side and paddle, it was like towing a small sea anchor but it provided lunch.....










    Cheers
    Tim
    "Travel a thousand miles by train and you are a brute;
    pedal five hundred on a bicycle and you remain basically a bourgeois;
    paddle a hundred in a canoe and you are already a child of nature."
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    You certainly didn't go hungry!!! What a brilliant set of pics and mackerel and pollack are two of the best eating fish in the sea!

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    Quote Originally Posted by luresalive View Post
    pollack
    So, the ARE pollack, we weren't sure

    Thanks for the info them, although we did name them lunch....

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    Last edited by -Tim-; 27-09-2014 at 08:22 PM. Reason: poor spillong
    "Travel a thousand miles by train and you are a brute;
    pedal five hundred on a bicycle and you remain basically a bourgeois;
    paddle a hundred in a canoe and you are already a child of nature."
    .

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