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Shooting on the edge of a pebblebed heath I always have the Subject tools with me. Anybody else going to use a hide with poles and has ground as hard as down here at the moment might also find it useful to have them at hand.

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In my kit I have a hammer and a 25mm spike and always set the hide up as firm as I can. 

I have two fishing spots on the canal and have taken a 25mm masonry drill and bit and drilled into the compacted gravel holes for my rod rest and brolly. I fit branch off cuts into the holes when I leave flush with the path for future use.

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On 14/07/2019 at 13:28, pigeon controller said:

 

I have two fishing spots on the canal and have taken a 25mm masonry drill and bit and drilled into the compacted gravel holes for my rod rest and brolly. I fit branch off cuts into the holes when I leave flush with the path for future use.

Now THAT is forward thinking  !    I did a similar thing on the edge of a gravel clad farm track many years ago, it only came into it's own on crop rotation, every 3/4 years but it saved many a damaged hide pole.  I plugged the holes with pieces cut off a broom handle ( I never did tell the Wife  !   😄 )

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