1SSG or 2SSG
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IMPORTANT: PRICE QUOTED IS FOR A SINGLE FLOAT
These floats are made to order - please allow 7 days for delivery
Grayling, Perch, Trout.
|Materials:||Balsa body, wire stem and 5mm hard wood sight tip. These floats are semi self cocking.|
|Cocking Weight:||Large Float: 2SSG -3.2g (rides high, +1BB rides low)
Small Float: 1SSG (+1BB) (2g)
Please note - these floats are individually hand-crafted using natural materials, and as such actual cocking weight might vary slightly.
|Float Length:||Total length of large float is 7.0inches.
Total length of small float is 5.0inches.
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Worth every penny pt 2 - Dale Lander - 25/09/2015
I flicked the float out it cocked nice and straight and pulled the line cleanly off the pin as it trundled down the river. Maybe half a dozen trots down it buried, I struck, into what felt like a decent grayling using every trick in the book to wriggle off in the strong current. Netting the fish I found it to be around 12 ounces. Probably about ten minutes later the float buried again, I struck - this felt considerably larger and it tore off under the nearest willow. I managed to keep pressure on him and bring him out cursing all the time that he didn t break me off and nick my float. It was a chub about three pound. I slipped him back and carried on, the bright orange tip once again disappeared, this creature was a really wild thing tearing round the swim jumping and thrashing - it was a proper wild Brown Trout maybe a pound and a half, lovely colours and spots. Fishing on I had a few more more bites but these got less and less as the sun rose in the sky. I packed up. The float did its job brilliantly. This is the way I will go in my float fishing - handmade s outperform the mass produced floats by a mile in both performance and looks. Worth every penny. Dale Lander
Worth every penny - Dale Lander - 25/09/2015
VENUE: The River Derwent TARGET SPECIES: Grayling METHOD: Long Trotting I recently took stock of a Ian Lewis Righyni Grayling Float and decided that I would fish on a small section of my clubs river. The interesting part is that this part of the River Derwent is in the middle of the city of Derby. Run by the Earl Of Harrington, a club that has been controlling this stretch for the last century. The stretch I wanted to fish is known as the old river where the original stretch ran before it was diverted. This particular stretch is an oasis in the city and has been left for nature to run riot - overhanging willows and gravel runs are hometof a few large grayling, chub, barbel and the odd carp. I set up using my new centre pin and 4lb line straight through to a size 14 hook fixing the float on the line first with three silicone rubbers the shotting pattern on the float asked for 4 AAA but when fishing this type of float I always break the pattern down to BB shot in the end the float just required 6 BB which is lighter than the float asks for which is expected on a hand built float. The float itself was a beautiful finish, which they always are - nice bright paint for my dodgy eyesight. Setting up the shot pattern I bulked all the BB shot in a line altogether about a foot from the hook as I do when I want the bait on the deck quickly. The swim itself averaged around four feet deep, there was a fair bit of weed in the run down. I flicked the float out it cocked n