It's a hard choice, and no easy answer

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Peter

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One that keeps going under roflmao.gif
But seriously folks,it would have to be a peacock waggler,probably one of the most versatile floats going.

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Mine would have to be my trusty wire-stemmed slim avon.

I haven't a clue where it came from other than I found it several years ago. It takes 3BB and has a wire stem, balsa body and cane tip and I must say even though it's battered and bruised it still keeps going under thumbsup.gif

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Simple Answer to a really simple Question, Use a feeder!
Do I detect some SPAM floating about?

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Or is it an underhand survey from a commercial site.

chill out go fishing
 

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quote: Do I detect some SPAM floating about?
Or is it an underhand survey from a commercial site


Ah ha, I forgot to introduce you all to our latest site sponsor, Floats-Direct
If you go to our homepage you'll see their banner along with Cottages4you, both who have contributed towards the financial running of the site. And don't forget the Tackle Shops

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Mine would be a 3AAA inset waggler, I find it will cover just about any situation (with in reason)

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martin.

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hi
for me it would have to be a small canal style waggler that takes probally 3 no6 this can at a push be used on running line ,pole or
whip .the only problem is that it would not be able to support 1/2 herring for my piking

tight lines.
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for me it would have to be a 2aaa drennan crystal waggler, very versatile and stronger than peacock.

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I must say i do like the krystal waggler floats....

my wife uses a milk float, that's just to get her there.

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AlexR

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choose one float??? err let me see, one that has interchangable tips, bodies and stems!!

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Alex,

If I remember rightly, there was a 'range' of floats several years ago that were like that. You bought a kit and in it was various bodies, stems and tips all in plastic.
You threaded an eye piece on your line and built the float up to suit the conditions.

Does anyone else remember them icon_smile_question.gif

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