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    worm digging fork

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    buying rag sucks ,,i am lucky enough to be able to dig a 5 minute walk from home ,,i had a old fork with a light weight pole welded to it instead of the original handle for xtra leverage ,,,,now i have the nuts of a fork ,,b&q have bought 1 out with an xtra long handle with nice foam grips which help to keep my digits warm ,,the fork is £26 but it is better than paying £6 per lb

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    WSF Hardcore Poster jayfbee's Avatar
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    £6 a lb thats cheep!!!!!

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    i know some lads that dig for a living thats what they sell to the shops for ,so i used to get it the same price ,,but times are hard so i dig and i dig and i feed it all to the crabs

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    The fork you have bought, is it flat tined, i have been looking for a decent bait digging fork for ages.

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    what does that mean

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    it has
    Fiskars power fork
    Baron steel head providing maximum strength and minimum soil adhesion
    Sharpened blade for better soil penetration
    Coated shaft for comfort and grip in all weathers
    Ultra-strong, lightweight steel shaft
    40d lifting angle for ideal working posture
    Longer shaft minimising back pain
    Coated shaft for comfort and grip in all weathers
    Lifetime Guarantee

    or so it says on the label

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    WSF Hardcore Poster derekfaeberwick's Avatar
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    Flat tines ain't much good for the raggies, better for lug.
    GIVE A MAN A FISH AND HE WILL FEAST FOR A DAY. GIVE HIM A FISHING ROD AND HE WILL PROBABLY STARVE TO DEATH.

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    whats the difference ,,how does it make any

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    WSF Hardcore Poster mole trapper's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by derekfaeberwick View Post
    Flat tines ain't much good for the raggies, better for lug.
    sorry that is what i want one for, did not realise the post was aimed at digging rag.

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    WSF Hardcore Poster fiskman6666's Avatar
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    whichever one i am using
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    down our way in hampshire flat tines just seem to work better for both rag and lug ,not so many broken worms,hard work tho all the same.
    Dave

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