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  • Pull bungs ??

    Do you guys use pull bungs or not for your carping?

    I havent done up to this year and think I have been missing out so just splashed out on the new Milo ones at £4 a pop they aint cheap!
    Simon Young
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  • #2
    make sure they aint banned

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    • #3
      Can't see the point in them, fished next to a guy fishing it last year, looked very awkward to use and didn't get the fish in any quicker - looks like another gimmick to get you to part with your cash to me!

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      • #4
        I had a touch there,like yourself,i fancied a go at them,my mate let me have a go with his and they do work.off to the shop to get a couple,£2.46. must have priced em up a bit to keenly.Think i will go back tommorow for a few more!!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by redfin
          Can't see the point in them, fished next to a guy fishing it last year, looked very awkward to use and didn't get the fish in any quicker - looks like another gimmick to get you to part with your cash to me!
          John Merchant uses them Darran but knowing the Merch he made his own

          www.polefloatsbyjasonelwell.co.uk

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          • #6
            Never used them but if you hook a big fish on soft laccy its got to be safer than handlining.

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            • #7
              Definate advantage in the winter on commercials, or when smaller fish are the target, but with the chance of a lump or two.Not so handy, in my opinion, when it's carp or bust.

              Interestingly, things are moving a step further, with guys drilling the side of their top-kits, glueing in a couple of P.T.F.E. bushes and pulling the elastic out of the side of the section.

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