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what do i use?

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  • what do i use?

    I will be pegging out a match tomorrow ready to fish Sunday, problem is i think it will be covered in snow, if i put paper pegs down then i think most of them will either be moved, blown about or possibly covered in snow.

    my question is what do i use to peg it?

  • #2
    my old club used to use the plastic tags you get from garden centres that stick into the ground, with a square at the top to write the peg number on
    Matt Smith
    Bag'em matchbaits


    • #3
      Use you alarm clock. Get up early and peg it out like most do


      • #4
        You could always drink plenty of liquid, arise early as Redfin suggests and walk around the lake stopping at each peg in turn, aim your weapon at the strategic spot and write the peg number with yellow snow. LOL

        Or make your self some orange dics fastened to a stick of some sorts and paint the number on this is when the kids paints come into there own.

        Have a great match and dont drink any Yellow snow.
        Tight lines you brave lad.
        Regards Billy Boy :)

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        • #5
          Originally posted by redfin
          Use you alarm clock. Get up early and peg it out like most do
          The match is on a canal and takes about three hours to peg out which means i would have to start before 5 oclock, Would you get up at 4 oclock on a sunday to peg out.


          • #6
            Theres a fair few going then?


            • #7
              I've just finished spraying 114 pegs on the towpath.


              • #8
                Hope they turn up!
                John - Kingfisher
                Talk Angling Senior Member
                Club Record Holder on Grand Union Canal Knowle:D