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  • Stainy help

    Hey chaps, got a match coming up soon on the satiny at dunstanton, any advice on baits and methods would be greatly appreciated. Cheers

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    I have not fished there for some years but the most important thing is presentation of your rig. Plumb the exact depth, then lay the rig in a straight line down stream and hold it tight when the float cocks to about 45deg it will start to shake when it does this let it go with the flow. Until you do it this way you would not think there was a fish in the swim, try it I hope it works for you as it always did for me.
    Tight lines
    Gus Greaves

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    • #3
      Thanks for that gus, I'll give it a go but I'm still not sure of the type and size of fish to expect. As it's a canal I'll keep to traditional canal baits.

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      • #4
        I meant the stainforth canal at dunston in case of any head scratching, any more advice appreciated.

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        • #5
          call in stainy angling centre he will put u right

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          • #6
            Thanks, I'll will.

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            • #7
              Well how did it go?

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              • #8
                Bad day at black rock, couple of little perch (wasps) and two hours of the canal pulling harder than the tidal Trent made the day totally forgettable. But then that's fishing.

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