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(CT) Savayman

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About (CT) Savayman

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    Iain Sorrell - CAG President

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    Light Tackle & Fly Fishing, Motor Sports. Originally joined CAG in 1995...

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    CT
  • Who Referred you?
    Nigel Griffin
  • Age range
    >50
  • Gender
    Male

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  1. The Original CAG Patches are back in stock! https://www.carpanglersgroup.com/forum/index.php?/store/product/312-original-logo-patch/
  2. When CT was only 2 rods I would often have an extra rod set up ready and baited. There were many times when a group of big fish would move in and both rods would go off in quick succession. Getting a bait back in the water ASAP before they moved on was critical. Even though CT went to 3 rods I still often fished just 2 with the 3rd in reserve because it could be tough dealing with an extra line in the water! Good luck for the coming season.
  3. We managed to get the regulations changed in CT back in 2011 to allow 3 rods instead of just 2. It takes some time and effort but worth it!
  4. Hi Bogdan, I moved down to Naples FL last year from CT & I'm hoping to go to Apalachicola River soon (about 6.5 hours). I also found this post from 2009 showing carp fishing on Lake Talquin: https://archive.tcpalm.com/news/florida-fish-busters-fwc-monthly-freshwater-fishing-column-ep-396674028-347270432.html/ If you are interested in making a trip up there let me know. iain
  5. Steve Clow does NOT have the trophy... he thinks someone from MA must have it?
  6. I helped run the Yankee Challenge for a few years. I believe Steve Clow has the trophy and also the pegs. I'll reach out to him. It was a lot of fun. it was originally CT vs MA but we widened it to include NY, RI etc.
  7. Ontario has announced new regulations that will allow anglers to use more than one rod when fishing for common carp. The new rules are shown below: (5) A person who is angling for common carp may use up to three lines in the waters of fisheries management zones 12 to 20, if all of the following conditions are met: (a) the person is using plant-based bait or synthetic corn; (b) if the person is angling from a fishing vessel, all of the lines used by the person are on that vessel with the person; and (c) if the person is not angling from a fishi
  8. Hi Dan, I moved it to Technical Support so you should get a response soon. Let me know if you need more help. Thx
  9. Hi Willem, Have tried to help Kosta by sending validation email. It does not appear to be getting to him? Sorry, I tried login in to access provided link but I can't. Get error "Please confirm your email", unfortunately I don't receive confirmation email after c
  10. Seems clear that this would apply only when specifically fishing for Striped Bass. Presumably when fishing 'cut' bait, crabs or sandworms. Boilies and Field Corn you should be ok
  11. This poem by Alfred Lord Tenyson (published in 1850) seems especially relevant as we bid good riddance to 2020 and raise our hopes and glasses for a very much brighter and better 2021. A Very Happy New Year to everyone! Ring out, wild bells, to the wild sky, The flying cloud, the frosty light: The year is dying in the night; Ring out, wild bells, and let him die. Ring out the old, ring in the new, Ring, happy bells, across the snow: The year is going, let him go; Ring out the false, ring in the true. Ring out the grief that saps the mind. For those that here we see no mo
  12. Ken, Did you make sure you were logged in with your username and password? Thx, Iain
  13. Stunning capture that raises the hopes & expectations of anglers all across North America!
  14. That's the one and appreciate the great feedback - thank you!
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