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Scanner for the pc, very handy as I have so many old pictures.
A toy meercat-shimples!
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Nose and ear trimmer! I am so old!!
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2 new lures = Z Claw and Patchinko
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Angling wise I got a Daiwa Fuego 3000 spinning reel, 300 yards of 20Ib Power Pro and a Simms Dry Creek Flats Pack :clap: :clap:
 

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Vidar6 said:
Angling wise I got a Daiwa Fuego 3000 spinning reel, 300 yards of 20Ib Power Pro and a Simms Dry Creek Flats Pack :clap: :clap:
Hi Vidar and Merry Christmas.
How do you like the Simms flats pack you got from Father Christmas,I have looked at these and the two other flats packs that they do ?
 

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Nick Phillips said:
Hi Vidar and Merry Christmas.
How do you like the Simms flats pack you got from Father Christmas,I have looked at these and the two other flats packs that they do ?
My first impression is very good indeed :jump: :jump:

It seems very well designed and made with sturdy materials and used in combination with the Rapala Sling Bag you should be very well fitted out for roaming shore angling.
 

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My lovely new Panasonic Lumix camera.
Usual assortment of smellies.

Luke did rather well . . . i'll get him to come on-line in a bit with his list !! Loving his new video-camera . . .gonna get ourselves a You-Tube account set-up.
 

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Not a lot fishing wise :cry: Although the most useful is a waterproof camera bag for my G10. No more worrying about it every time I have a wave break over me!! :twisted:
 

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I mentioned on another thread that i got a new panasonic lumix FT-1

Just sourcing some 16GB class 6, or possibly class 10 SDHC cards to use with it.

Also added to my smaller plug range with a nice 32mm yo-zuri sinker.
 

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scierra dynatrack boots,solaman hiking boots,socks,boxers and blow up sheep my misses planted next to me in our bed whilst havin a knapp{a few too many sherberts}.shes taken photos and is now blackmailing me!BITCH! :oops:
 

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A psp :aarrg:
A video camera :aarrg:
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A mini cooper toy :aarrg:
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A Helicopter :aarrg:
 

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Luke Basswalker said:
A psp :aarrg:
A video camera :aarrg:
Some music :aarrg:
A mini cooper toy :aarrg:
Walkie Talkies :aarrg:
A Helicopter :aarrg:

your Dads mint! - hope you said thank you :clap:
 

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Luke Basswalker said:
A psp :aarrg:
A video camera :aarrg:
Some music :aarrg:
A mini cooper toy :aarrg:
Walkie Talkies :aarrg:
A Helicopter :aarrg:

You must have been a good boy Luke........did Santa bring all that stuff down the chimney?
 

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Not a lot fishing wise :cry: Although the most useful is a waterproof camera bag for my G10. No more worrying about it every time I have a wave break over me!! :twisted:

Got myself a G10....now need to source a waterproof bag :horsesword:

Is yours a specific one Ben or is it purely a waterproof bag?
 

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Got myself a G10....now need to source a waterproof bag :horsesword:

Is yours a specific one Ben or is it purely a waterproof bag?
Not a specific one but I did want one that was more than big enough for the standard G10 so that I could whack other important things like phone etc in there too. When I'm fishing, if I'm going to make an effort I'll use mine with Lensmate adapters (http://www.lensmateonline.com/newsite/G10.html) and Hoya 72mm UV and Polarised filters. so it ends up about the size of a small DSLR.

Ended up getting the Camera Armor case here: http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/NEW-CAMERA-ARMOR- ... 48388ddfe9

...all the room I wanted, although doesn't attach to a belt - which I had kind of hoped for. Although, actually, looking at it now I reckon it that with a thin enough belt it would thread through the strap loops.

Overall well made and designed bit of kit. Very well made so overall very happy with it.

There are the likes of the Simms camera bags that are going cheap now as well, I just have noi idea how big they are - whcih is one of the reasons I didn't go for one of those. The Camera Armor though I can recommend to anybody with anything from the G10 right up to some of the bigger DSLR's.
 
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