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Have you ever wanted to play free casino games online like fishing, blackjack, slot machines and poker at a "real" casino? If so, you are not alone. The number of people who play free online casino games is growing every day as more people realize the benefits of playing in a casino with a real casino bonus. Most casinos offer a minimum deposit bonuses for new players, these bonuses can allow you to play for free or play for significantly less money than you would if you were to play in a real casino, many casinos will also have promotional codes which will allow you to play for free. minimum deposit casinos
Although the odds are against a person going out fishing in the casino, it is not impossible to have a great time in the country. As previously mentioned, most of the tourists who come to Korea are there for the beaches and they are usually prepared for a bit of trouble. In addition to this, the people are very friendly and although there are a lot of countries that one could visit in this part of the world, it is still a very positive way to spend time in Korea. You can check out the official site of the 88fortunes online where you can learn more about the different benefits of having a fishing trip.88fortunes
A casino yacht is a popular way to spend your days on your North holiday drive. The size of the yachts in particular will have an effect on the amount of time you can spend in your chosen area as you seek out the best fish for carp. The problem is that while larger boats look very impressive when they are moored up at a marina, not everyone wants to sit pretty much the same distance away from a casino or a special boat launch. There is a solution to the problem if you are going to be on your North holiday drive in Japan, and that is a Japanese style fishtail buoy. Here we will take a look at the type of fishtail buoy and why it is becoming so popular with boat owners on the high seas.Age of Conquestデモ

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Daily Cast

Monday: Andy Dear
Tuesday: Paul Arden
Wednesday: Paul Arden
Thursday: Martyn White
Friday: Mika Lappalainen
Saturday: Viking Lars
Sunday: Tracy&James
FP Archive

Angling Traditions

Monday, 22 November 2021

This afternoon my family and I made the three hour drive down to what I now consider my "spiritual home" of Indianola, Tx. For the past 4 years, we have mad it a tradition to spend the week of Thanksgiving somewhere on the coast. It now looks like Indianola will be host to this tradition for the foreseeable future.

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Coming into Prime Time

Tuesday, 23 November 2021

The adults with babies season starts soon. In fact there are two times in the year when this happens most, although it’s possible to find them at all times of the year.

This past month and for the next 6 to 8 is the Wet Season. It can really pour. The lake rises 10 metres or more though this period. And as the water level starts to rise this sees a big spawning time for the snakehead. The eggs hatch after about 24 hours and both parents look after and rear their young.

For some reason it also happens again at the end of the Wet Season and mid March and for another 6 weeks is serous fishing for babies again.

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Quick one!!

Wednesday, 24 November 2021

I was planning a possible UK trip for Xmas but today, while renewing my visa and Malaysian work permit, I discovered that there are no blank pages left in my passport for a full page visa! Slight chaos, but nothing out of the ordinary. However if I can’t renew my long term visitor pass, then I can’t get back into Malaysia with the current travel entry restrictions. So this means I’ll be having another Xmas in Malaysia while I organise a new passport. Still the good news is that it will be another Snakehead Christmas and I’ll be around for hosting trips.

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Exploratory Missions

Thursday, 25 November 2021

I've been checking a few new-to-me shore locations around Tokyo bay over the last few weeks. Some of them are right in the city, like down by the Olympic village. Others are thankfully a bit out of the way. It's been fun, even if it has meant fewer fish than I might usually expect. This is the kind of situation where I don't mind blanking though. Each visit to a mark helps to build a picture of the area and what it's like at different tides. Of course fish are welcome, but I'm OK with some slow sessions if it means I can manage some more consistent success in future.

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Pimp my landing net

Friday, 26 November 2021

You know what pimp my ride means, google translator knows also. Pimp my landing net is something what google translator don’t know, well it knows but meaning is not even close what I would like to have. Anyway that is headline. I have been looking landing net which would float from ring. It would be perfect to have fish there while getting camera, measure etc ready.

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Learning to cast - getting better at it.

Saturday, 27 November 2021

Learning to cast is a necessity if you want to become a fly fisher - that’s obvious. How you choose to learn to cast is a personal choice. Some are fine getting on with it by themselves, some use YouTube, some use the internet, some read books (I think I know all 6 of them :-) and some choose to get instruction for a friend, a club or a qualified instructor (and some have friends that are qualified instructors). I clearly recommend the latter, because maybe the hardest part of learning and getting better, is seeing one’s own mistakes. A qualified instructor will expose the subtleties that cause problems quickly and will have methods to both practice them away and maybe even correct them in a few minutes.

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Winter Dries

Sunday, 21 November 2021

Tracy and I are just back from a couple of days fishing on the river Dee. Unlike a couple of weeks ago, the water level and clarity was perfect for both days, the fishing was still tough however. We decided to rent a cottage pretty much on the bank of the river as a birthday treat for Tracy, plus we wanted to try a restaurant in the area without having to drive home and back to get ready after the fishing (the meal was excellent).

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Ronan's Report

Fly Fishing Freedom…

Between 2002 and 2011 I fished the majority of every NZ season. Total freedom. I’d work in Ireland during the NZ winter and save as much as I could for the next trip to NZ. After moving to NZ full time in 2011, much of the freedom continued – I just had to fit the […]

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