Silver fish float

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Rob172cup

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I need a good silver fish float for the air and calder canal, ive tried the garbolino ones and cant get my hands on the mw ones so any other suggestions?
 

crowder

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To be honest i just use any old float and it always works.
 

midge99

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Try the preston chianti, a lot use them on the stainy and junky, but probably to light if they open the locks as they only go to 4x16.
 

mibut

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canal floats http://www.mbcanalspecials.co.uk/
carp http://www.mbcarpspecials.co.uk/
 

gazmalman

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Originally posted by MarkTaylor

a floats a float mate. just shot it down more for silver fish.

You really dont know too much about floats mate do you? LOL

I wouldnt look any further than these-
http://flotteursdufils.skyrock.com/

Hes french but he does speak a bit of english and should sell you what ever you want from his range. Hand made from styrofoam and absoultely beautiful floats.
 

stumpy_fishing

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Hi
I use the Garbolino DDS1 1grm or 1.25grm if its windy on the Aire and Calder canal you can get these from www.harrisontackle.com free postage.
 

tommo_n

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Sensas Jean Francois from 0.6 gram to 2 gram for maggot and caster (available from Harrisons Tackle on the net). One of the thin pencil type floats (sensas & Garbolino also do them) for running it at them.
Squatt/Pinkie floats like jollys in 0.5g to 0.7 gram.
Sensas Loic or a thicker bristled round bodied float for worm.
Additionally a flat float like a cralusso or similar for when it is ripping through. Sounds daft but it does catch you a lot of fish
 

slf

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chiantis are good floats can use them for carp and silver fish
 

pegasus

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i love the chianti and use em a lot on comercials and canals theres also a very delicate float called stix it has a wire bottom and a very fine plastic tip very good for squat or pinkie fishing.
 

mike strutter

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have a look on www.benwick-sports.co.uk in the pole float section

they have sensas/garbolino/maver/kc/preston + many others, if roach are the target ilike the drennan roach pole floats

cheersmike
 
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