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Thank you all for advice on the comments on the Rod and Reel post I put up and thanks for the recormendation on a beach rod rest :)

However, I need your help 1 more time! Does anyone have a kit list? So I can tick off as I start buying stuff. I have a load of coarse and predator fishing kit, but I don't think that will cut it in the sea fishing environment.

All help would be great, as looking thought a few Sea Fishing Mags it's like looking thought the Match Fishing Mags, you need one of these 10 of these, 4 of theses....... then when u sit down you realise you didn't need half the kit and you have spent loads of money on thing you didn't need or will ever use. If it's any help Hayling Island will be my fishing ground, and I really like the look of the Pennal Pulley rig, looks tangle free, easy to use for a beginner, you can buy pre made rigs and looks like you can catch a number of fish on it.

Cheers all once again,

Paul
 

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Thank you all for advice on the comments on the Rod and Reel post I put up and thanks for the recormendation on a beach rod rest :)

However, I need your help 1 more time! Does anyone have a kit list? So I can tick off as I start buying stuff. I have a load of coarse and predator fishing kit, but I don't think that will cut it in the sea fishing environment.

All help would be great, as looking thought a few Sea Fishing Mags it's like looking thought the Match Fishing Mags, you need one of these 10 of these, 4 of theses....... then when u sit down you realise you didn't need half the kit and you have spent loads of money on thing you didn't need or will ever use. If it's any help Hayling Island will be my fishing ground, and I really like the look of the Pennal Pulley rig, looks tangle free, easy to use for a beginner, you can buy pre made rigs and looks like you can catch a number of fish on it.

Cheers all once again,

Paul
Hi Paul and welcome to the forum

I saw your first post a while back and have been meaning to reply to you, I come from aldershot and also lived in Ash for 10 years.

my fishing background is similer, coarse fishing for 30 years, mainly piking for several years but salmon fishing in the summer for the last few as well.

I have been sea fishing for just over a year, I have invested in a fair bit of gear and with the help of people on here and a few casting lessons I have done ok and really enjoy it, now making my own rigs.

You are more than welcome to come round and have a look at the gear, have a cuppa and a chin wag, it is stored at yateley.

I just need to create more time to go fishing but will be at chesil this long weekend :)

I saw your post re: hayling island, I am sure there is some good fishing there and the surrounding area, I just like making the trip to chesil as it is just such a nice
area to fish.

You will probably find you get more responses to your tackle queries in the tackle and equipment forum

Tight Lines


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My preference list
Rod
Reel
Rod Rest
Line 15lb (I use berkley big game clear)
50lb Shockleader
Trace to line connectors ( I use QFswivels)
Hooks size 2 size 4 size 2/O (I use Kamasan B940 pattern)
5oz plain leads x 3
5oz breakaway leads x 5
Crimps
Crimp pliers (I use normal bull nose pliers)
beads
Snood swivels
Lead to trace conntor (mustaad)
Forcepts
Fish ruler
Headlamp (if night fishing)

Hope it gives you an idea

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Most tackle shops will sell rigs, so you can try a few different ones out. It's definitely more fun making them, depends on time. If I have some free time, I.e. weathers rubbish I will make a few instead of fishing, other times its a dash out on the weekend, and grab what I can.
 

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you have rod, reel and rest other tings will include :-

main line 15 - 20lb
Leads 5 oz gripper or plain depending on area (plenty of)
swivels (personal preference on size)
beads (depending on swivel size as not to go through the swivel eye)
hooks all sizes
shock leader 50lb
link clips (to clip rig to shock leader/lead to rig)
(this will make you loads of pully rigs)
Top Tip buy bulk to start, then just top up now and again.

rig wallet
forceps
fillet knife
head torch
scissors/nail clippers
tackle bag/box
flask

Hope this helps
tight lines
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forgot to add if your type of lead doesnt have a built in bait clip, you can get link clips with built in bait clips
 

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ron thompson beach buddies are 拢50, (worth their weight in gold on those cold windy nights) just rubbish if you have a long walk to your chosen mark
 

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Buy the rigs you fancy, then copy them. You can get rig kit boxes from veals. The rest weights hooks (shock leader a must 10lb for every oz of weight used 5oz weight 50lb shock leader. ) read the post re casting practice and feathers regarding feathers and leaders safety hooks between size 1/0 and size 4 if you are "scratching" for anything thats out there. Decent knife for cutting bait and sissors for cutting line. Towels to wipe your smelly fishy hands. Tape measure. Disgorger. Sensible clothing. The list as I am sure tou are aware is endless.
 

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Try this link for a few rigs. 3 hook clipped would be useful. Rig Shop

Also a small chopping board for cutting up bait and filleting your catch......then a Sherpa to carry it all:clap2:
 

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Hi Paul and welcome to the forum

I saw your first post a while back and have been meaning to reply to you, I come from aldershot and also lived in Ash for 10 years.

my fishing background is similer, coarse fishing for 30 years, mainly piking for several years but salmon fishing in the summer for the last few as well.

I have been sea fishing for just over a year, I have invested in a fair bit of gear and with the help of people on here and a few casting lessons I have done ok and really enjoy it, now making my own rigs.

You are more than welcome to come round and have a look at the gear, have a cuppa and a chin wag, it is stored at yateley.

I just need to create more time to go fishing but will be at chesil this long weekend :)

I saw your post re: hayling island, I am sure there is some good fishing there and the surrounding area, I just like making the trip to chesil as it is just such a nice
area to fish.

You will probably find you get more responses to your tackle queries in the tackle and equipment forum

Tight Lines


Jason
Hi Jason,

just going to PM you now :)
 

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ron thompson beach buddies are 拢50, (worth their weight in gold on those cold windy nights) just rubbish if you have a long walk to your chosen mark
Second vote for me as well as decent clothing, ie warm gear, floaty! For the winter or bib and brace.

If your wet and cold then forget enjoying your fishing.

Welcome mate.

Colin.
 
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