On This Day – February

I’m enjoying this series of challenges and once again I’ve managed to delve into the archives and come up with a post for each day of the month, hopefully things Continue Reading →

On This Day… a project is born

Nostalgia Ain’t What It Used To Be Back in November I was looking back through some old images, I’m sure you have a few, too, and it set me to Continue Reading →

A Winter’s Tale – February 2017 Blog

John Snow was right. Winter was coming and it arrived with a ‘double vortex arctic blast’ according to the Express. The Mail got pretty excited, too. And I loved the Continue Reading →

2016 – May Blog

April’s a funny old month. It’s barely begun as I write this introduction and the river season still feels hauntingly familiar, barely over, practically clinging to my vest yet we’re hearing the Continue Reading →

2016 – April Blog

Hurrah! It’s the closed season. Whoopee-doo! The miserable gits who’ve been talking sh*te on angling forums all winter have a very good reason to be happy. They no longer have Continue Reading →

2016 – Mid-March Blog

I began drafting this monologue exactly a week before the Ides of March. How fitting. Means I’ll still be able to squeeze a bit of river fishing into the next blog. 😉 Continue Reading →

2016 – Mid February (Bonus) Blog

When it’s cold and the rivers are out-of-sorts, catching anything is often a bonus. Winter isn’t easy and it’s easy to become depressed. I usually try and mix things up a bit, fishing Continue Reading →

2016 – January Blog

Happy new year folks. Hope you enjoyed a great bah humbug season and have gone back to keeping the economy afloat and occasionally wetting a line – that’s if you can get near a river. Boy, what Continue Reading →

2015 Christmas Blog

Merry Christmas folks. Fancy another blog? The thing is, should I, or shouldn’t I? Can I complete one in time? Who knows is the answer to that. If it’s newly Continue Reading →

2015 – Autumn Blog

Long time no blog, eh? Sorry. I’d love to blog more often but let’s be honest, doing it in an entertaining, informative and yes, occasionally provocative way, consumes an inordinate Continue Reading →