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devonfisher
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Posted - 28 April 2011 :  10:53:28 AM  Show Profile Bookmark this topic Add devonfisher to your friends list  Quote this Post
Ordered some handmade pole floats from Sconezone last thursday evening,delivered this morning, lovely looking floats,cant wait to use them next weekend,brilliant service considering the long Easter weekend slowed things down

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Posted - 28 April 2011 :  8:03:05 PM  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add shallowman to your friends list  Quote this Post
scone ( ian ) is a great bloke , and his floats are awesome , and relatively cheap

they ar espot on for most carp fishing methods , especially the "wellards " for shallow pellet fishing



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endpeg
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Posted - 28 April 2011 :  9:13:53 PM  Show Profile  Visit endpeg's Homepage Bookmark this reply Add endpeg to your friends list  Quote this Post
Just to avoid confusion Scone floats are not handmade but manufactured to his specifications.
I am currently using the Munkeez for Pellet fishing and the Wellardz for Shallow.
Excellent floats from a top bloke.


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Posted - 30 April 2011 :  10:10:31 AM  Show Profile  Visit cyprio42's Homepage Bookmark this reply Add cyprio42 to your friends list  Quote this Post
hi
how do you pick which colour of tip you want. I cant see the option anywhere.

thanks


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tom14
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Posted - 30 April 2011 :  11:38:22 AM  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add tom14 to your friends list  Quote this Post
yeah endpeg is right they are not handmade! 1 of the floats i used the line cut throught the body but the others seem fine. cyprio42 just leave a note on your paypal payment what colour tip you want


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Nev101
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quote :
Originally posted by endpeg

Munkeez for Pellet fishing and the Wellardz for Shallow.
Excellent floats from a top bloke.


I can vouch for the wellardz, brilliant shallow float. The munkeez however i have not used. They are along the smae lines as a carpa chimp arnt they?


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Posted - 10 May 2011 :  6:54:12 PM  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add shallowman to your friends list  Quote this Post
munkeez very similar to carpa chimp , but stronger



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