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   Old Thread  #58 13 Jun 2011 at 7.45pm  0  Login    Register
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I'm new to this forum so hi to you all

I live in norfolk and have carp fished since the late 70's, ive not really done any in the last 10 years with work being so busy and family life taking so much time, but i have now caught the bug again even worse than before

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   Old Thread  #57 12 Jun 2011 at 11.34am  0  Login    Register
Hi all been carp fishing for a long time now, and thought I would introduce myself on here and hopefully meet some anglers like me. I have just recently moved to the Milton keynes and been fishing a couple of local lakes that I know hardly nothing about

Tight lines all!
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   Old Thread  #56 4 Jun 2011 at 6.35pm  0  Login    Register
hey people my names dale just joind farlows lake in iver for a season so thought i would join up this tos ee if i can get ay good tips. ive been fishing fo about 5 years now predominantly a river man for the barbel and i thought snce my last season was a cracker best iv ever had i would start on the carp proper. i rate my best ever fish as a fifteen pound twelve barbel and am looking forward to he coming season. tight lines evrybody
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   Old Thread  #55 4 Jun 2011 at 11.19am  0  Login    Register
hi to all, my name is darren ive been fishing for a quite a few years now but that was all match fishing, gave it up and been carp fishing for just over two years its awsome and so addictive am obsessed with it cant stop buying new gear driving the wife mad, have fished a few lakes in surrey now caught some lovely carp some nice doubles, not long been back from france with brother and a freind fished a beautiful 4 acre lake where i caught 20 carp most of which were 22lb and up with two 31lbers one common and a mirror, its like a little comunity carp fishing and love the way we all chat and get on happy to discuss how its all going anyway enough of my chat tight lines everybody
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   Old Thread  #54 3 Jun 2011 at 5.48pm  0  Login    Register
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The more ladies the better, we might encourage some intelligent discussion !!!
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   Old Thread  #53 3 Jun 2011 at 1.31pm  0  Login    Register
Hello All,

I am new to the carp forum.
I am a girl fishing (shock horror), which seems very rare.
You may have seen me on the cover of carp talk a few weeks ago.
I love fishing
My name is Lianne.

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   Old Thread  #52 3 Jun 2011 at 9.43am  0  Login    Register
Hi guys

My names Dean and im 25 been fishing since I was about 6 and the obsession has only got stronger!, have already had some great help from this forum so I thought I would introduce myself.
I started fishing the Bristol Docks and also a pond called Abotts Leigh, I always loved using quiver tips and swim feeders growing up but that has changed now. I caught a 7lb Tench from Abotts when I was 7 and it almost pulled my than scrawny frame into the water! I will never forget holding what seemed like the biggest fish in the world and that feelings carried me forward into fishing.
I have now been having a go at carp fishing and so far I love it, as im a care worker my pays not great and I have a 1 year old daughter so I simply do not have the funds to tart up my gear which to be honest doesn't bother me at all. I use very simple home made rigs and have had great success, with the addition of using back leads my last session was fantastic. I caught a 20lb ghost carp at 2.30am and a 12lb mirror about 10 minutes after the rod was put back in. I love fishing and know the Bristol docks very well, I even know some secret spots that give out fish you simply would not believe resided in the docks. well in short that is me

cheers Deano
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   Old Thread  #51 24 May 2011 at 6.34pm  0  Login    Register
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Good Evening All. New To Carp Fishing
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   Old Thread  #50 24 May 2011 at 1.03pm  0  Login    Register
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   Old Thread  #49 24 May 2011 at 12.56pm  0  Login    Register
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Hi all damcarps mate here he can be a bit funny some times but carnt we all when some one said they will shoot you but he dnt hold a grudge
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   Old Thread  #48 24 May 2011 at 11.33am  0  Login    Register
I am newish, Fish mainly in Essex but have tried a couple lakes in Sussex
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   Old Thread  #47 21 May 2011 at 8.20pm  0  Login    Register
Just want to say hi chaps. Av not posted on here for 7 yr :-o shocking how time has passed. Not packed in the carp fishin but not done much since moving back home to Newcastle from York.
Joined a nice little club tho which has a couple of great ponds at a place called Stargate and back into it big style now.
Glad to see things haven't changed too much on here and that the mods are still on the ball ;-)))) .
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   Old Thread  #46 20 May 2011 at 10.20pm  0  Login    Register
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Hello Folks,

Just thought id take a minute to introduce myself, ive been fishing for about 10years now, mainly carp, but have spent the odd weekend down the local canal "tiddly bopping", more drinking went on than maggot drowning!!

Ive not been carp fishing ion this country for about 4 years, I fished my Father in law's lake in France (more like a pond!!) that was stocked with 3 25lb commons, and lots of other varietys of carp/tench etc.

Looking forward to this weekend as were planning on going to fish for some kittie kats at Barby Mill in Rugby, Warwickshire, will post on the forum with the results.

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   Old Thread  #45 20 May 2011 at 12.04pm  0  Login    Register
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Hey Paul!! another familar face, glad to see so many people still here!!

Tours went ok, i've little less hearing than before, but things could be a lot worse
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   Old Thread  #44 19 May 2011 at 7.54pm  0  Login    Register
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Hi Ray, good to see you back after all these years!

Hope the tours went ok.
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