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  • Shotting Tube

    I know I've seen one, I just cant remember the make think it was Sensas or Milo.

    Does anyone know were I can get one??

    Thanks


  • #2
    you are better using a 2 gallon bucket, the surface tension is a lot less than a tube, but a pasta jar is more or less the same.

    www.polefloatsbyjasonelwell.co.uk

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    • #3
      its sensas who do the tubes , caster . They do two types , 61 cm n 80 cm ht . Your local sensas stockest should get you them

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      • #4
        Originally posted by richie View Post
        its sensas who do the tubes , caster . They do two types , 61 cm n 80 cm ht . Your local sensas stockest should get you them
        Cheers Bud

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        • #5
          Brian's spot on regarding the surface tension of water. Much better to get a pole float shotter and use a bucket of water. Usually just need to add one number 10 shot onto the amount used to shot the float and they are spot on. I have used one for ages and have never had any trouble.

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          • #6
            tube

            i just use a 2ltr lemonade bottle with the top cut off.then its just minor adjustments at waters edge.

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            • #7
              You are best off putting a load of floats onto winders with no shot on them... then if you are at a match and not catching just get them out and start shotting them up perfectly - this often results in you starting to catch as a different rig in the peg can transform a swim!
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              • #8
                At that price ,no chance make one similar in 10 mins.

                £14.50 to £29.99 I use pop bottle

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                • #9
                  Brundall used do a Milo for about £8. They have a good wide diameter to reduce surface tension and are about 3 foot deep so you can get a good bit of rig in it. They are a lot better than the sensas ones

                  I keep mine outside full of water so the surface tension from tap water is gone
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                  • #10
                    I don't know why you struggle, Poundland sell a clear glass vase, either round or square, that does the job perfectly!

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