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Post by hawktraner on Wed Jun 03, 2009 4:23 pm

get ya selth to aldi lads http://uk.aldi.com/uk/html/offers/2867_6107.htm

Essential fishing equipment in a reusable, transparent box. Each box contains:
Bait Box

6 plugs
6 blinkers
6 spinners
2 spoons
3 single curly tails
3 double curly tails
3 soft fish
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Post by nixon on Wed Jun 03, 2009 4:42 pm

I know in your first post you said about wanting to get into piking in a big way, have you already done a bit of lure fishing or any pike fishing at all yet?, ...as a suggestion, If your new to lure fishing, as in your just about to buy a rod,reel and other essential bits (if you dont know what you need check the predator section on here, or ask Wink ) and wanting to get some lures, then instead of getting the above set from aldi....save a few more pennies and get a small selection of more usefull lures, again, if you dont know which to get ask, woody will be more than greatfull to name a few.
Hopefully this of of some help, just that Ive gone down the route of buying cheap gear,and it really aint cost effective,cos you'll end up having to buy some better ones in the end Wink
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Post by sardarel on Wed Jun 03, 2009 4:43 pm

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Post by joel on Wed Jun 03, 2009 4:46 pm

yep...spot on...only thing lidl.aldi & the rest should sell is groceries.cheap nasty useless noddy s**te. Head Off
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Post by Woodchucker on Wed Jun 03, 2009 6:28 pm

The lads are spot on Chris, a single Rapala X Rap Shad will outfish everything in that box and it will actually work perfectly straight from the box. The Savage 4-play Herring at 9.99 will just about cover all your lure needs for a good 6 months as long as you gave strong enough tackle to get it back of you get snagged, and urban canals are awful for snags like bikes and shopping trollies, never a problem with strong braid and traces Wink

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Post by stingray on Wed Jun 03, 2009 7:58 pm

i went for this offer a few years back , i must echo what nixon and woodchucker have said ...... some of the lures caught jacks but were of such low quality that i would dread hooking a double on one as i'm sure it'd fall to bits pale
the plastic box was ok ..... lot of money for a plastic box though affraid
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Post by -<Chris>- on Fri Jun 05, 2009 10:11 am

Ill second that watched me m8s lad land a few jacks then the 3rd one the splitring opened Sad
I still have the plastic box too :)
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Post by hawktraner on Fri Jun 05, 2009 12:57 pm

chears all i do no whear u are coming from i have beenout 2day pricing up siner rods for 15 was the chepist butdidant look strong a nuf to mepluse carnt use a spiner rod if i desied to do some dead/live bating so nead to ceap looking nead a gd cheap all rounder i think but pasehear are bloody expensive and i dont have bank/debitcards or owt like that witch makes it harder wen surtching on line

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Post by nixon on Fri Jun 05, 2009 1:13 pm

A cheap spinning rod will be fine for lures probably up to about 40gms, so not massive capability,but ideal for small plugs and mepps,and would be a good starting point, I even still use an old shakespeare mustang spin which is donkeys years old, but takes some hammering. dont forget wire traces too, I wouldnt bother with the shop bought ones that come on cards, as generally they're crap,and will cost you more in the long run with lost lures, or even worse fish with lures and metal-ware hanging from them.
As for a deadbait rod, to start off with an affordable carp rod will get you going, and you could pick up a good second hand one for probably 20-30. the lads will throw some brand names at you, but at the early stage get the best you can afford, as buying cheap rubbish is poor economy.
Hopefully some help to you.
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Post by hawktraner on Fri Jun 05, 2009 1:40 pm

nixon wrote:A cheap spinning rod will be fine for lures probably up to about 40gms, so not massive capability,but ideal for small plugs and mepps,and would be a good starting point, I even still use an old shakespeare mustang spin which is donkeys years old, but takes some hammering. dont forget wire traces too, I wouldnt bother with the shop bought ones that come on cards, as generally they're crap,and will cost you more in the long run with lost lures, or even worse fish with lures and metal-ware hanging from them.
As for a deadbait rod, to start off with an affordable carp rod will get you going, and you could pick up a good second hand one for probably 20-30. the lads will throw some brand names at you, but at the early stage get the best you can afford, as buying cheap rubbish is poor economy.
Hopefully some help to you.
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ye that is what this rod is i have seen 2day for 15 qued it is a shakespeare but looked a bit flimsey to me but i dont no owt about pike rods so carnt raily tell lol

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Post by nixon on Fri Jun 05, 2009 3:02 pm

Just so you have a name to work with, I have a few shakespeare spinning rods, and a light abu spin rod too, my jerk rod is the fox predator xs jerk, rated upto 140gm, so big ass lures, my dead bait rods are 2 different rods, 1's the john wilson pike system rod, which has interchangeable butt sections,which also double up as a bait casting rod suitable for chucking the majority of lures you'll be using, and the other rod is the Fox Xtreme Pike Deadbait, think mines the 3lb curve one, but 2.75 will be just as suitable.
You can pick the fox xtreme up for about 60, and the john wilson pike system rod for about the same, maybe cheaper if you shop around online.
There's no rules saying you have to use a pike rod for pike fishing, so if you happen to come across a second hand carp rod, they'll do just as good.
I dont profess to be good at what I do, so maybe woody or one of the other predator guys could advise you slighty better Wink
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Post by hawktraner on Fri Jun 05, 2009 3:33 pm

what about a small strong beatch caster i have one of them i have used o feeder fishing witc did well lol

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Post by noodle on Sun Jun 07, 2009 12:18 pm

hawktraner wrote:chears all i do no whear u are coming from i have beenout 2day pricing up siner rods for 15 was the chepist butdidant look strong a nuf to mepluse carnt use a spiner rod if i desied to do some dead/live bating so nead to ceap looking nead a gd cheap all rounder i think but pasehear are bloody expensive and i dont have bank/debitcards or owt like that witch makes it harder wen surtching on line

cheap spinning rods are ten a plenty if you want itfor an all round you will struggle to cope on waters that need anything like a decent chuck.
to give you an idea i bought my partners son a zebco 9ft spinning rod and reel for 15 quid from northwest angling
the rod casts up to 50g and the reel was quite good considering how littleit cost.
try car boots if you have any near you for cheaper stuff
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