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Which is a good simple rig for silt ?

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Which is a good simple rig for silt ?

Post  Gary-s on Tue Jan 18, 2011 1:04 pm

Hi guys,
I'm reasonably new to carping and am off to France come April, the lake I have booked is tree lined so probably silt bottom.
I am looking for some advise as to what sort of rigs would probably work well, but nothing to complicated.

I am a great believer in simple dosen't go wrong half as much as complicated.

I am thinking of using pop up bollies and halibut pellets mainly, with safe leads.

Any advise would be appreshiated.

thanks in advance
Gary
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