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   Old Thread  #5 4 Nov 2016 at 5.12pm Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
if you type' pike angles club' go onto there website there are pictures off rigs set ups
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   Old Thread  #4 4 Nov 2016 at 1.46pm Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
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Thanks thats great easy to follow advice
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   Old Thread  #3 4 Nov 2016 at 1.28am Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
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this is a hard question to answer really but I will try

the front rod rest must must be able to let the line pass through un hindered the drop off indicataor should be fixed to the rear rod rest so as the sight bobbin on it sits below and ight to the bottom of the reel and the baile arm in the open postion .

minimum trace length is 18 inches but I often make mine 20 /24 inches long and with a pair of size 4 or 6 semi barbles trebles attached the bottom treble is either crimped or twisted depending on which you are more confident in doing personally I twist mine next the upper treble there are various views on this as in sliding or fixed so say that with it sliding the lower treble has more chance to catch hold in the mouth with it being fixed when your winding down to a take which ever hook takes hold first is going to be pulled in to the mouth I use mine fixed with a knotless knot the distance between the hooks is about 3 inches for a hand sized bait but can be more for a bigger bait or less for a smaller bait for baits that are spratt sized then a single treble will be enough and then twist a size 8 swievel on the end of the trace

Ledgering

place a large eye swievel onto the main line followed by a large bead big enough to stop the swievel going over it and then tie on your trace tie a length of line to the other end of the large eyed swievel for the lead to be attached to this must be approximately the same length as your trace and the lead at least 3 oz in weight tighten down to the lead and then place line in the clip of the sight bobbin on the drop off and then your angling

Float fishing

as a general rule sunk float paternoster and surface float paternostering is more or less the same as ledering baits

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   Old Thread  #2 3 Nov 2016 at 6.56pm Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
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Im also interested in advice on this
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   Old Thread  #1 1 Nov 2016 at 1.33pm Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
Hi all,

I'm planning on doing a bit of deadbait fishing at Lake Winderemere in this weekend. I usually use lures when I go as I usually go in the summer months, however after blanking the last few times I thought I better change my approach.

I've fished many a time using lures but never deadbaited for them.

Could anyone give me any advice on the set-ups to use for them, from bite indicator all the way down to the trebles? I'm used to coarse fishing, but never used anything other than lures for pike!

Cheers!
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