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Clonking

Clonking: Term used to describe a method of attracting Catfish to livebait with the use of the "Clonk" the instrument is hit on the surface
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Crankbait

Crankbait: Term used to describe a hard bodied lure which has a lip fitted to the front of the body. Water pressure over the lip ...
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Coarse Fish

Coarse Fish: Term used to describe fish that do not have an "adipose fin" - such as Rudd, Roach, Perch, Pike & Bream. ...
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Cone of Flight

Cone of Flight: Common and traditional method for sizing spinning rod guides. Each guide is slightly smaller than the previous one. When viewed together they ...
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Coarse Angling

Coarse Angling: Term used to describe fishing for freshwater species other than those of the salmanoid family. ...
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Cigar Grip

Cigar Grip: A fly rod style grip shaped somewhat like a cigar. Slightly tapered and rounded on each end and wider in the middle. ...
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Ceramic

Ceramic: A loose term used somewhat generally to describe any of the various synthetic materials used for guide ring materials. ...
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Centre Pin Reel

Centre Pin Reel: Simple, single action reel where the drum revolves around a single centre pin. Used mainly for float, drift or still occasionally boat ...
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Carboly

Carboly: Tungsten carbide. One of the earliest materials used for making non-grooving line guide rings. Still popular with some anglers using wire lines. ...
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Calcutta Cane

Calcutta Cane: A type of bamboo cane once used to make saltwater surf and boat rods. Used "as is" i.e. no cut or split in ...
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