Raffle Ticket Prize List - Bought a ticket yet?

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Dave

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Here is a list of the prizes for the Northern Fish-in Raffle:

Badger Silver Shadow Titan Carp Rod
Abu Renegade 12ft 2lb Carp Rod
Browning Syntec STX730 Reel
40.00 Tackle Voucher
Zebco Rod Bag and matching Carryall
Dam Space 430 Match Reel
Octoplus XL Mainframe + Baseball Cap
Octoplus XL Mainframe + Baseball Cap
Octoplus XL Mainframe + Baseball Cap
Octoplus XL Mainframe + Baseball Cap
Octoplus XL Mainframe + Baseball Cap
Octoplus XL Mainframe + Baseball Cap
Masterline Shadow SH250 Reel
Fox Euro Swinger
Fishing Shelter
Redwolf 401 Reel
Chasing Dreams - Tony Miles (Book)
The Complete Coarse Fisherman John Wilson (Book)
Rick Steins Seafood Cookbook
Redwolf 302 Reel
The Myth - Keith Jenkins (Book)
Twilighter Float plus PVA Bags
Twilighter Float plus PVA Bags
Twilighter Float plus PVA Bags
Twilighter Float plus PVA Bags
Twilighter Float plus PVA Bags
Mitchell 300A Reel and spare spool in Case
Mixed Carp Pack
Mixed Carp Pack
Mixed Carp Pack
Mixed Carp Pack
Mixed Carp Pack
Mixed Carp Pack
Mixed Carp Pack
Mixed Carp Pack
Mixed Carp Pack
Mixed Carp Pack
Mixed Carp Pack
Mixed Carp Pack
Mixed Coarse Pack
Mixed Coarse Pack
Mixed Coarse Pack
Mixed Coarse Pack
Mixed Coarse Pack
Mixed Coarse Pack
Mixed Coarse Pack
Mixed Coarse Pack
Mixed Coarse Pack
Mixed Coarse Pack
Mixed Coarse Pack
Mixed Coarse Pack
Mixed Pike Pack
Mixed Pike Pack
Hotcan Multi Packs
Hotcan Multi Packs
Hotcan Multi Packs
Hotcan Multi Packs
The Vorpal Blade by Colin Forbes (Book) plus Headlight
Glen muir Wool Jumper plus Polaroid Glasses
The Lord of the Rings parts 1, 2, & 3
Fish in the Midlands - Des Taylor (Book) plus Forceps
3m Whip
Bob Nudds Guide to Fishing the Waggler (Video)
Bob Nudds Guide to Feeder Fishing (Video)
Bob Nudds Guide to Pole Fishing (Video)


And if you haven't bought a ticket, you won't stand a chance of winning icon_smile_big.gif

There are five days to go if you want to buy a ticket (or two) unless you are coming to the event so don't delay.
All proceeds are going to Macmillan Cancer Relief, the Draw complies with the 'Lotteries & Amusements Act 1976' and the tickets are 1.00 each or 5.00 per book.

Please Click Here to order some and help us support Macmillan



Just updating it now that the prizes have been sorted out. The minimum value is 10.00 and there is over 1350.00's ** worth of prizes to be won so hurry up and send for a ticket if cannot make it to the event

(** approximate value)

Cheers Dave

Edited by - Dave on 24 July 2002 1:43:39 PM
 

ray

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quote: The Complete Coarse Fisherman John Wilson

dont think the wife would be to happy if i brought him home but he might come in handy for carrying my gear.

dont give the antis any ammo, take your rubbish home.
original "clean banks campaign" slogan.
 

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Lol Ray icon_smile.gif He didn't half struggle when we shrinkwrapped him icon_smile_big.gif but saying that it's a great way of keeping him quiet, lol

The tickets will also be on sale at the event for those attending and any visitors

Getting giddy.........Dave
 

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dave, what are "twilighter floats"??

clean banks are your responsibility, take your rubbish home with you.
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They are a self illuminating float for night fishing Ray.
I must say that when I first heard of them a while back I thought they were a bit of a gimmick but when you see one you'll realise they are a serious bit of kit.
The float relies on water to form electrical connections in order for the inbuilt LED (light) to work. Once in the water a connection is formed that makes the light illuminate on a low glow so it can be seen.
When you get a bite the float lowers creating a new connection which causes the light to glow with a greater intensity.

Here is a link to their site: www.twilighter.co.uk

Regards, Dave
 

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Twilighters are excellent.

I've had a couple for over a year now & they are excellent on still waters but not so good on the rivers.

Setting the "probe" is a bit dodgy but worth it when you see the thing light up on a pitch black water.

Alan
 

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hmmmm, interesting, i'll have a nosey at elvington alan.


clean banks are your responsibility, take your rubbish home with you.
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Trogg

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Here you go mate, this is what they look like.



Alan
 

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I'll pick some tickets up there...I am sooooo excited now!!!!!

Work has come through for me on the sponsorship front, I've now had 65 worth of sponsors, looking a little more healthy than before.
 

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Dave,

Cheques in the post.

Keith




Golfs a game for people who can't catch fish
 
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