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Post  Admin on Mon Jun 22, 2009 7:28 pm

If you fish the Ebro put your name down here and we can start some threads up on this fantastic venue Very Happy

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Re: Ebro Anglers

Post  Carplover77 on Sat Jul 11, 2009 10:29 am

I have not started fishing it yet. but i have an apartment in peniscola, and know that its about 40 mins away from the ebro. Cant wait, gonna do a few days over there next year sometime.
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Re: Ebro Anglers

Post  Big Ron on Mon Jul 13, 2009 7:52 am

Good luck Carplover77

will it be for the Cats or Carp ?
Great place to fish Very Happy Very Happy
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Post  Carplover77 on Mon Jul 13, 2009 10:37 pm

For the carp, but no doubt i will have a cat or two. really looking forward to it. Only problem is getting my gear out there. Any hints
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Re: Ebro Anglers

Post  Big Ron on Tue Jul 14, 2009 9:43 am

Well I'm bound to say go with a Guide or some one who has done a lot in Spain

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...with a guide the tackle will all be waiting out there for you Very Happy ....but if you only want to use your own gear ....then its quite hard to fly it all out on each trip .

here is a bit from an old article of mine ...when fishing lake Chira in Grand Canaria

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This is an area that you will definitely need to work out well in advance. The reason for this is because of the stringent baggage allowance exercised by the airlines. You must be within the 22 kilos luggage limit plus a maximum of 5 kilos for hand luggage. Certainly, the ‘Everything bar the kitchen sink’ is way out of the question. Excess baggage charges are high and it would be a costly business if you attempt to take too much. In fact, if the plane is fully loaded, the airline can and will refuse excess baggage anyway. But if approached correctly, all necessary items of tackle you require to fish the lake can be taken without a problem, I can assure you. I have been to Chira on ten occasions and have never had to pay a penny for excess baggage.

Pre-weigh all your tackle so that you don’t get caught out at the check-in desk at the airport. You will find that you will have to make some sacrifices to your normal set up, which you would use in this country, in order to obtain the correct weight. Extra protection for your rods is vital and I would strongly advise that you take them in a protective tube. I appreciate that a tube would be extra weight but it is of the utmost importance in order that your rods arrive undamaged.

I have seen anglers who have not took the correct precautions to protect their rods and have paid the price, how would you fish with the rods shown in the insert, the result of not using the correct protection.
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Re: Ebro Anglers

Post  gary sheridan on Fri Jul 17, 2009 8:48 pm

with a guide the tackle will all be waiting out there for you
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just had a few more 40+ carp today and several fish over the magic ton biggest fish this week with chris who is a top guide who works for us was a superb 168.00lber many over the 140+ and loads over 130+ time has proven we can still guarentee you a 10lb catfish and much more. i will even stick my neck out and promise you a wild 40+ common from the ebro. all included mate appartment tackle guide transport and much much more. live here breath it slepp on it and fish it every day of my life. so if you are looking for a guide that does that then look no further.
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