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Marcus had his 1st attempt with a multi Mine I should add.
Look what he did and not only that he wound in the 40yds plus shock over the top.

 

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SORRY lads cant figure it out :eek: unless marcus took them of his web page to make me look dull (not that hard with one of these things) hahaha :D
but im sure hell sort it out when he comes on :eek:
 
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Big dee said:
SORRY lads cant figure it out :eek: unless marcus took them of his web page to make me look dull (not that hard with one of these things) hahaha :D
but im sure hell sort it out when he comes on :eek:
A song by Michael Jackson springs to mind, the words go summat like, "All the birdys sing a song" :)

The system manage to allow the use of only one similie and I wanted to use two!
 

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thats not bad for 1st attempt...mine was 10 times worse(whole reel of line had to be cut off)
:) :)
 
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MaJeeKa said:
thats not bad for 1st attempt...mine was 10 times worse(whole reel of line had to be cut off)
:) :)
I have had birdies worse than that, and I have used the beasties for years! You are not alone!
 

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We've all had 'em Big Dee :p just ask Valley boyo I think Monknash the other day is the only time recently he aint had a good 'un!


He not gonna like me for that one hee hee :eek: :D
 

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I think matt was having enough for us all on that dyy mate teehee ;)
I was lucky and didnt have one for a change.
couple of close calls though
 

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Pah - the man's an amateur. I've had herons turning down mine because they think it's too big for just a small family :)
 

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HE BIRD'IED IT!

Can't say i'm suprised ;)

Unlucky Marcus, better luck next time and all that.

Mike Jnr

P.S Is the reel still intact? After previous stories I'm suprised its still in one piece, hehe :D
 

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Mike Thrussell Jr said:
HE BIRD'IED IT!

Can't say i'm suprised ;)

Unlucky Marcus, better luck next time and all that.

Mike Jnr

P.S Is the reel still intact? After previous stories I'm suprised its still in one piece, hehe :D
HAHA Yes its still in one piece, needs a tump load of line though. :eek:
 

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Bird's Nest Soup

1-3/4 ounces cleaned bird's nest (see note below)
2 cups water
2 slices fresh ginger, each the size of a 25-cent piece
4 cups Chinese chicken Soup Stock (see recipe below)
2 tablespoons cornstarch mixed with 2 tablespoons water
salt
2 eggs, beaten
ham, cut julienne, very fine, for garnish

Soak the bird's nest overnight in fresh water. Using a fine mesh
strainer drain and rinse the nest. Place in a saucepan and add 2
cups of water and the ginger slices. Simmer for 5 minutes and
drain in the strainer, discarding the ginger. Pick out any impurities
and add to the soup stock and simmer for 1/2 hour.

Stir in the cornstarch mixed with water and cook to thicken. Add
salt to taste and pour the beaten eggs in a thin stream over the
top of the soup. Count to ten and gently stir the eggs into the
soup. The shredded-ham garnish will go nicely on the top of this
very delicately flavored soup.

A good Chinese market should have nests available (or perhaps ask marcusl), but they are very expensive. The cost for
enough nest to make two batches of this soup will be somewhere in the region of three tides.
 

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Lendusaworm said:
Bird's Nest Soup

1-3/4 ounces cleaned bird's nest (see note below)
2 cups water
2 slices fresh ginger, each the size of a 25-cent piece
4 cups Chinese chicken Soup Stock (see recipe below)
2 tablespoons cornstarch mixed with 2 tablespoons water
salt
2 eggs, beaten
ham, cut julienne, very fine, for garnish

Soak the bird's nest overnight in fresh water. Using a fine mesh
strainer drain and rinse the nest. Place in a saucepan and add 2
cups of water and the ginger slices. Simmer for 5 minutes and
drain in the strainer, discarding the ginger. Pick out any impurities
and add to the soup stock and simmer for 1/2 hour.

Stir in the cornstarch mixed with water and cook to thicken. Add
salt to taste and pour the beaten eggs in a thin stream over the
top of the soup. Count to ten and gently stir the eggs into the
soup. The shredded-ham garnish will go nicely on the top of this
very delicately flavored soup.

A good Chinese market should have nests available (or perhaps ask marcusl), but they are very expensive. The cost for
enough nest to make two batches of this soup will be somewhere in the region of three tides.
I read somewhere that the nests are made out of birds' saliva - amazing isn't it, who first thought 'I know, what I really fancy tonight is a bowl of Bird spit' :)
 
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