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  1. I have just bought a couple of Daiwa crossfire 4000 reels. they are classed as a spinning reel but I will be using them for carp fishing, not been used in anger yet, should have been today but the batteries on my truck have give up, anyway bought them from that place on 'bay £24.99, good line lay with 8 and 12lb and as smooth as my shimano areo gt baitrunner just had a look, discount offer has finished, its the 'new' model now, the same reel now proper price £44
  2. as the owner of a Honda trx auto, I would say the manual Honda every time
  3. years ago I got an a problem with my then desktop, so took it into the local independent computer shop, they sorted it, then recommended eset,as the best, they used it themselves, so now I run eset, I think its cheap peace of mind at around £18 per annum
  4. where was the beretta? 28gram 7's work extreemly well should always have it with you when checking the traps, tread gently, wait for the 3rd push of soil
  5. those look to be a very shallow mole run, I have always had the runs at around 4-6 inches down what are you putting over the traps to block the light with all that activity, the will be some in the daylight, looks perfect for the chair, glass of red and the beretta
  6. I've had more success with the shotgun than with traps, also its more fun, wait until the 3rd push, depends on your location and neighbours though. photo's back in action, what camera did you get Simon?
  7. can't be my lumix tz3 is still going strong, pull it out the drawer charge the battery and of we go, just a thought, have you tried a different card, they have been known to fail
  8. Simon how about more of the same or very nearly, lumix with a decent leica lens https://www.amazon.co.uk/Panasonic-DMC-TZ70EB-S-Compact-Digital-Camera/dp/B00T0DX0PK/ref=asc_df_B00T0DX0PK/?tag=googshopuk-21&linkCode=df0&hvadid=310106774344&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=8689189541394537432&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9041104&hvtargid=pla-563117663169&psc=1&th=1&psc=1
  9. try these https://www.garden-fence-panels.co.uk/
  10. I saw two of these birds of prey kites things on poles last year in a field of lettuce, there was quite a lot of movemenet/swooping about as it was a breezy day, seemed to be very effective at keeping the pigeons off the crop,
  11. got the WVA-M640D-2AER, shopped around on the net, got it for under £75 so happy with that considering what some places were charging for one, pleased also that the blue of the face is subdued and doesn't shout at you like on some
  12. well said I also have a couple of days booked up to now, be booking more as they become available, will also be picking up again if the shoots are on, and I must be near the top of the 'vulnerable' I try to keep a sensible distance and use my judgement as to what is sensible, life must go on or are you just going to curl up and wait to be infected 72 years old, kidney transplant in 2006, heart valve in 2017, troubled with arthritis mobility wise I know the shoot where I live are not ordering their partridge, a mistake I feel
  13. the seiko prospex was playing up, not paying yet again for it to be fixed, so on the strength of the ultrastu post I now own one of the above, impressive the way it set itself when i opened it into the daylight, has more features than I will ever use, its waterproof but I don't think I will be hand tailing any salmon this year, it should be accurate as it resets its self via radio waves and with all this sunshine it should keep fully charged
  14. local garage at the end of the lane 134 petrol, 138 diesel, asda fulwood, 102 petrol, 108 diesel. guess where I filled my amazon
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