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    could just be a rumour but ive heard on the grapevine that they have stopped you tapping your pole on the water at lindholme because their pellet sales are down
    nige cooke

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    pole tapping does ur head in listening to it people want peace an quiet wen fishing
    work is for people who cant fish---i want a job

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    • #3
      it is true they have stopped you using it in the opens as for pellet sale im sure neils ok m8.they stopped us using it in the opens about 3 weeks ago (still use same amount of pellets)
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      • #4
        Originally posted by cookie44 View Post
        could just be a rumour but ive heard on the grapevine that they have stopped you tapping your pole on the water at lindholme because their pellet sales are down
        ain't they heard there's a recession on people ain't got a lot of money just to chuck in pools

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        • #5
          sammy

          Originally posted by cookie44 View Post
          could just be a rumour but ive heard on the grapevine that they have stopped you tapping your pole on the water at lindholme because their pellet sales are down
          cookie you know that there one rule fore us and one fore his blue eyed boys

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          • #6
            Originally posted by billyno4 View Post
            pole tapping does ur head in listening to it people want peace an quiet wen fishing
            Moan, moan, moan!

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            • #7
              never got be head round tapping does it really work and
              do you need a lake full of small carp because i fish a venue where
              its all large carp and they swim away from noise on the top
              only way you catch them on the pole is on the bottom or using the feeder

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              • #8
                Yes, it works really well on some venues, more so when the water is coloured and there is a bit of ripple on. It works for carp of any size from ounces to 20lb in my experience.

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                • #9
                  It's all in the head !
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                  • #10
                    How deep would you start when tapping and how much line between pole and float?

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                    • #11
                      Depends on depth of lake, how warm and windy it is, signs of fish etc. 3ft is often good, if no bites go deeper, if liners, signs of fish shallower come shallower. I like about 18 inches above float.

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                      • #12
                        Thanks for the information Nathan do you tend to have the pole right over the float or pulled back so as not to spook the fish when trying this method.

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                        • #13
                          To the side of it. Keep line tight when tapping so you don't tangle.

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                          • #14
                            tapping is for anglers who cant use a catapult ,,,,,,,does my fruit in .......what ever next

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                            • #15
                              but u still need to feed when u r tappin!

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