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Which pole float for fishing breadpunch on the canal?

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  • Which pole float for fishing breadpunch on the canal?

    Hi guys

    I plan on fishing the canals through the winter and would appreciate if you guys could give me some advice on what pole floats are good for breadpunch fishing? Wire or carbon stem? What shape of body etc?

    Thanks in advance.
    Dave.

  • #2
    it depends on the canal rd me the canals are 30-40m wide up to 10ft deep were as some small canals are 3ft deep 10m wide were u going too?
    stainforth angling full of loving for all ;)

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    • #3
      Depending on the depth have a look at the drennan roach float or the sensitive one.
      Both are very good floats and you know your not wasting your money when buying from drennan
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      • #4
        sensas series 107
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        • #5
          trabucco canal pencil float. superb pole float.

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          • #6
            personal preference is a Tubertini Stix, Very good on the drop float, very sensitive.. Alternative is a Browning float very similar to the tubertini, pencil stick shape..
            Effort = Reward.

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            • #7
              how can u tell him what float without knowing what the canal is like hes fishing??????
              stainforth angling full of loving for all ;)

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              • #8
                thanks for the advice so far... the canals range from around 10m to 16m and up to about 5ft in depth. Typical canal really, full of roach and some good size bream often get caught in the matches.

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                • #9
                  Have a gander here Wiganer Dave..............

                  http://www.garbolinouk.co.uk/media/p...have_punch.pdf

                  What's good for Chavey.......
                  Even when I draw a half decent peg fate conspires against me...............:(

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by tk View Post
                    Have a gander here Wiganer Dave..............

                    http://www.garbolinouk.co.uk/media/p...have_punch.pdf

                    What's good for Chavey.......
                    If I had a penny for every time someone has read that article I might have given it to Match Fishing for free!

                    I use the Sensas Spinadesco. Slim pencil, decent wire stem and a fine fibre bristle. 0.3g to 0.5g bulk shotted with a single No10 dropper.
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                    • #11
                      pm me your address mate i will send you a few to use as i make them
                      [url]http://www.freewebs.com/ackoos--floats/[/url]

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