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andy d
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PostSubject: Flying with bait   Sun Apr 13 2014, 08:57

Question. Has any of ye ever flown with bait in your hand luggage i only ever put it in the hand in bag never carried it trough. Let me know if ye have done so
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PostSubject: Re: Flying with bait   Sun Apr 13 2014, 13:22

Carried shelf life boilies through couple times & had no bother Andy although I was a little concerned. Hopefully u would b fine but couldn't b sure
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PostSubject: Re: Flying with bait   Sun Apr 13 2014, 13:50

would ya chance putting your reels and alarms in hand luggage
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PostSubject: Re: Flying with bait   Sun Apr 13 2014, 14:13

That's no bother jaff just take out battery's and put spools in with other luggage no problem with them
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PostSubject: Re: Flying with bait   Sun Apr 13 2014, 14:30

cheers andy that put my mind at rest
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PostSubject: Re: Flying with bait   Mon Apr 14 2014, 01:46

i remember bringing bait in my hand luggage one time had no prob but the auldwans looking at me and wondering what the stink was when i opened the over head compartment, no problem with reels or alarms but line on reels is apparently you could tie up the whole plane
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PostSubject: Re: Flying with bait   Fri Apr 18 2014, 03:47

Was just gonna say what Col said there. Remember getting stopped a few yrs ago going to the UK with reels in my hand luggage and they told me that I couldn't travel til the line was off.
Started stripping line fruitlessly off one of the spools and said to myself, bollox, give the other entrance to departures a shot
Sailed thru  lol!
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PostSubject: Re: Flying with bait   Fri Apr 18 2014, 09:56

Scott Loughnane wrote:
Was just gonna say what Col said there. Remember getting stopped a few yrs ago going to the UK with reels in my hand luggage and they told me that I couldn't travel til the line was off.
Started stripping line fruitlessly off one of the spools and said to myself, bollox, give the other entrance to departures a shot
Sailed thru  lol!
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PostSubject: Re: Flying with bait   Fri Apr 18 2014, 11:19

the line is deemed as a deadly weapon lol like they could detect a big ball of it in your pocket oh they always think delkims are taser guns as well "whats this knob do " lol havent been away fishing in a couple of years now
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