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Author:  Tilman [ Sat Sep 23, 2006 6:26 pm ]
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Hello folks.

I am a 30 year old male from germany and i fish since i am 3 years old.

I picked up fishing for real when i was about 14 years old and mostly fished the rhine river.

I worked as afishing guide in norway in 1995. (fjord fishing)

I am a carphunter, really, but i donĀ“t mind barbel ;-)

Because of a lack of time (prebaiting and stuff) i picked up fishing the rhine river 2 months ago.

The Mahseer is a dream which may ccome true in the future and i am here to inform myself properly and maybe share some tips and read your
fishing stories !

Tight Lines !

Tilman

Author:  Rustam Bana [ Sat Sep 23, 2006 7:26 pm ]
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Hi Tilman,

We have another angler from Germany who uses the name Dibu on this site.

He has been to the Cauvery twice. If you click on his profile you can see his site dedicated to Mahseer fishing on the Cauvery.

Welcome aboard.

Rustam

Author:  eljefe [ Sun Sep 24, 2006 2:22 am ]
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Wilkommen Tilman,
hope you get your Mahseer soon.
best
Axx

Author:  Owen [ Sun Sep 24, 2006 10:49 am ]
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Hi Tilman.
Welcome to the forum! Would like to try your style of Carp fishing here in India. Dibu tells me that it will work. I am going to give it a shot as soon as i know how to use all this gear that goes into it on our shy species over here.
Mahseer fishing gear is simple and straight forward in comparison.
Check out Dibu's website Mission-Mahseer for more info in German and English on the subject.
Tight Lines
Owen

Author:  Tilman [ Sun Sep 24, 2006 12:38 pm ]
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I had an Idea a month ago, or so, how to bait paste with the hook exposed.

I named it "Method Hook".

I apply a kind of feeder to the hook by a tube. i scanned it but maybe it`s not good to see, so i drawed it quickly for you
Feel free to ask !
It worked with a barbel in the Rhine river on the first test !
Image

Author:  IndianAngler [ Sun Sep 24, 2006 1:34 pm ]
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Welcome aboard, Tilman. Nice to have another carp angler on the forum.

Tight lines!
Bopanna

Author:  Gavin Ridge Cooke [ Mon Sep 25, 2006 10:36 am ]
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Hey Tilman - Welcome aboard and tight lines !!

Author:  Owen [ Tue Sep 26, 2006 9:21 am ]
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Hi Till (hope its ok if i call you that), thnak sfor your post. I have seen the spring type of feeder before, but why the tube ? Is it to cover the braid tied to the hook ? It does look curved in the shape of the hook. Can you please explain it.
Regards

Author:  Mighty Marlin [ Tue Sep 26, 2006 2:45 pm ]
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Hello Tilman,

Welcome to the forum.... if its Mahseer you are after, then you are at the right place. Will be happy to answer any questions you may have and help you get your fish.
I like the idea of your illustration, keeping a bit of the hook exposed at the end of the bait. Am not sure if it will work well here. When we fish we have the hook buried in our bait completely and no part of it is exposed. While fishing like this you often feels 'bumps/taps' which are smaller fish feeding off the bait. There will be a whole lot of smaller fish attacking the bait before a bigger one comes along and takes the bait. With your method the smaller fish could expose the wire framework below the hook that might put off a bigger fish. Just a thought.....

Regards,
Mighty Marlin.

Author:  Fredfish [ Tue Sep 26, 2006 4:31 pm ]
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Hey welcome to the nuthouse ??

Author:  Owen [ Thu Sep 28, 2006 1:10 pm ]
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[quote="Mighty Marlin"]Hello Tilman,

I like the idea of your illustration, keeping a bit of the hook exposed at the end of the bait. Am not sure if it will work well here. When we fish we have the hook buried in our bait completely and no part of it is exposed. While fishing like this you often feels 'bumps/taps' which are smaller fish feeding off the bait. There will be a whole lot of smaller fish attacking the bait before a bigger one comes along and takes the bait. With your method the smaller fish could expose the wire framework below the hook that might put off a bigger fish. Just a thought.....

Hi MM from my limited knowledge of European style carp fishing, i understand that the use an open ended swim feeder stuffed full of indian corn worms etc which is attached to the main line by a thin line. This keeps the smaller fish happy, leaving the biggies to enjoy the boilies.
If you need one, i can provide.
Hey what about your trip to the sea ??
Regards
Owen

Author:  Mighty Marlin [ Thu Sep 28, 2006 1:40 pm ]
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Hey what about your trip to the sea ??

Hi Owen,

I'm by the sea.... from the office have a good view of the sea as I type. Will be in Madras on my way back so will have a good idea when I'll be wetting my line next.

Regards,
Mighty M.

Author:  Owen [ Thu Sep 28, 2006 2:51 pm ]
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Well done mate! Hope to see you soon!

Author:  Fredfish [ Thu Sep 28, 2006 4:33 pm ]
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Mighty M .... when you wetting your line with mine ..... Good Lord ... now we will have Gavin hijacking this thread tooo

Author:  Bobby [ Thu Sep 28, 2006 4:36 pm ]
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You're asking for it Freddy :lol:

Author:  Gavin Ridge Cooke [ Thu Sep 28, 2006 4:44 pm ]
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Bobby - Get the cement .... Eminem and Freddy getting there "lines" wet ... :badgrin: :badgrin:

Its on like donkey kong :badgrin: :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:

Owen - You Ok, dude ???? First me, then u and now Freddy's on to MM .. [smilie=holyshit.gif]

Author:  Fredfish [ Thu Sep 28, 2006 5:11 pm ]
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Owen ... youre meeting him first ... so drown the bugger

Author:  Gavin Ridge Cooke [ Thu Sep 28, 2006 5:20 pm ]
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Preferred Liquid for Drowning = BACARDI RESERVA :twisted: :twisted:

Author:  Owen [ Fri Sep 29, 2006 12:25 pm ]
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More likely to be a Barracuda up the entrails Gav :lol:

Author:  Gavin Ridge Cooke [ Fri Sep 29, 2006 12:29 pm ]
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:doubt: Now that would leave a scar, wouldn't it ??

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