1. scott · September 13, 2008

    After the success you’ve been enjoying i reckon its somebody elses turn to get some pike haha

  2. derek · September 13, 2008

    thats why its called fishing mate ,thats the way it goes.

    got some epoxy today and put some eyes on a few of my flys ,one thing for sure it was harder than i thought and now know i need to get a little turner for applying the epoxy next time as it would be so much easier.

  3. Alistair · September 13, 2008

    I have two red welts on my finger as well from stripping line!

  4. scott · September 13, 2008

    I burnt my finger from stripping line too fast the other day aswell, awkward to say the least!

  5. Andy C · September 13, 2008

    use a water proof plasters theyv worked in the past

  6. Peter · September 13, 2008

    Fished for trout on Kelvin.At one point cast 5 times caught 4 fish.You guys keep pike fishing and leave the 1 pounders + to us.Seriously though some cracking trout and salmon in the Kelvin just now.

  7. Alistair · September 13, 2008

    Hey Peter – What did you get them on? Were the trout taking flies from the surface?

  8. Peter · September 13, 2008

    I was using ginked up spider patterns size 12 & 14`s fished just in and out of the surface and no more.Ferocious takes, I played one of 1lb+ for agood 10 minutes (I only had a 2lb point). Wading was a bit scary though-high water & fast current.

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