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  • Vespe intermediates

    Anybody used these

    have a look

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  • #2
    Not used them, but I should think they would work well.Don't reckon I could be bothered though, they look pretty fiddley.

    Same idea as the magic step top kits from maver and preston.

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    • #3
      Do you reckon they actually make that much difference? Or should we all just cut the pole tip back far ehough!
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      • #4
        Could they not cause cracks on the bend plus if you hit a bigun you would never stop it. The feeder pots look ok though.
        Last edited by polepot; 3 October 2006, 04:38 PM.

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        • #5
          The feeder pots look ok though.

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          look smart

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          • #6
            what is this about??
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            • #7
              owww i see now wow these look grate
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              • #8
                i have got them they are OK but when you get a good fish on they can ping off or come a part. i have lost two of them up to now they are not as easy to put on, you got to rap the elastic around the back of the pot and then under the pot and around the other end and put the loop on the elastic over the tip of your top kit. on to the front of the pot to hold it in place, i have used them only three time's they are very light a nice toss pot. but it's the time you take to put them on like i said if you do not put them on right they will come off... i think they are £5 0r 6 Pound's ? i cant remember, i like the fox one they are good and the one i have made out of kinder eggs

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                • #9
                  the fox "toss pot" they are the fox pots only costing around £3 ive ised them for about 2 years now.
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                  • #10
                    yes they are the one's yes they are only three pounds but they are good. and they do the job...

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                    • #11
                      i originally only brought them because of there name but they are very good with the option of the little lip thingy
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