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Tuna in brine

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  • Tuna in brine

    Found tuna flakes in brine for only 38p in the countries leading supermarket I wouldn't eat this myself but as a groundbait additive it was bang on as it was more like a sloppy tuna porridge. Helped me to enjoy a good day on the river. Full details on the blog.
    Avonangler's Blog

  • #2
    God you're a cheapskate. Give em' John West line caught freetrade organic in recycled packaging!
    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]

    Half man, half Octoplus, half bean wannabe test pilot.

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    • #3
      Times are hard. But results are good

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      • #4
        ASDA Smartprice tuna??? Cheap, already mushy and probably not dolphin friendly. In fact it's probably the bits of mashed up dolphin that are the real attractant

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        • #5
          Hi All.
          i use tuna in brine to make paste, dont know what make , but it does the job.
          all the best steve.

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          • #6
            dont forget to use the oil from your tin of sardines!
            i'm not lazy, just energy efficient.

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            • #7
              John West?

              but is John West the best?
              Heidi
              http://www.how-to-make-fishing-lures.com

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              • #8
                nah, it doesn't have the improved attraction of ground dolphin
                i'm not lazy, just energy efficient.

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