How far would you go?

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badpegpicker

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I tend to travel upto 50 miles to go match or pleasure fishing,
how far would you be prepared to go?

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Juzzy

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i travel about 40miles each way to do my normal opens.
my first round ukdmfc qual 40 miles each way.
my semi 180+ each way.
final 190+each way.
my point is as far as i need to go,or fancy.
 

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Kendall, I was asking generally.As I said how far would you be "PREPARED" to go not "HAVE TO" go, didnt think of that one though lol.

 
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kendall17

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as a junior i will go as far to a match as my mate dave takes me in the transit
 

Dave

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I once travelled a round trip of 530'ish miles for a match, but the big kudos goes to the Welsh Lads especially during the Intersite Matches when many a time they travelled that and more [:D]
 

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Plenty of 250+mile round trips for me fishing the Jinx Series and various Intersite matches not to mention various fish-ins.[:)]
 

Clive

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As long as there is a little chef on route I'll travel any distance [:)]
 

Vince G

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Regularly travel 250+ miles round trip to fish matches. Once travelled 650 miles round trip for a NFA Disabled National Final for 3 Ounces


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Simple

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quote:Originally posted by Clive

As long as there is a little chef on route I'll travel any distance [:)]
You must be a millionaire then [:D]
 

Clive

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you can never pay enough for a good breakfast [;)]

btw simon whats the overall width of your torny pro box - measurement from outside edges of feet ?
 

crusty

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420 mile round trip for a weekend with Neil Waite courtesy of Trogg.[^]



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shootinfishin

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About 600 miles to fish for pike in Loch Cluanie, with a few KFCs along the way!


Lovely big healthy Highland fish with big spade tails absolutely magic![:)]
 

Paste Master

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As far as is necessary some nice water around London but love going to places like Moorlands farm, Makins etc etc
"HAVE TACKLE AND CAR WILL TRAVEL" [:D][:D] LOL
 

sladey

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wherever, cause i dont drive, just sleep as my dad drives, when i do drive though, i wont go much beyond a 2 hour drive because its too tiring from what i've seen when people have given me lifts.
 

badpegpicker

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quote:Originally posted by Clive

you can never pay enough for a good breakfast [;)]


I didnt know Little chef did GOOD breakfasts. Must be different round your way, all ours do are 1 bacon 1 sausage,a white slimey pad they call an egg, and a bit of soggy toast!
All for a bargain price of 7.00

 

willow

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I've travelled to Scotland on a whim, bit hard going uphill [:D]
and down to darkest Cornwall, I'll go anywhere on the spur of the moment. [:)]
 
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