2010 – Bonus End Of September Blog

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Everywhere you look there are signs that autumn is approaching rapidly. Officially we’ve got another four weeks before the clocks go back but I’ve a sneaky feeling we’ll be well into Continue Reading →

2010 – Early September

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Blimey, the past two weeks have been a bit of a blur and serious fishing time has been somewhat at a premium. However I have squeezed a bit of time Continue Reading →

2010 – Early June Blog

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Not so much a blog this time as practically an entire magazine’s worth of ramblings. This is the longest blog I’ve ever written but you’ve got to admit, says he smugly, Continue Reading →

2009 – Early October Blog

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Low water conditions have had an impact on the fishing but that hasn’t stopped Bob giving his chief detractor both barrels. Batten down the hatches as the insults fly! Continue Reading →

Tales Of The Riverbank – Part 10

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And so began a writing career that has swept me along on a tidal wave ever since. Without Colin it would never have begun. He found that spark within me and fanned the flames. Previously I just wanted to catch fish, that’s all. I never even dreamed of writing or anything else… Continue Reading →

Welcome to Bob Roberts Online

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Welcome to Bob Roberts Online, my continually evolving presence on the worldwide web. Let’s hope you find the content both entertaining and informative. Have a good root around and you’ll be Continue Reading →

2008 – November Blog

      November Blog         Stuart Walker and I finally launched our debut DVD, Barbel Days And Ways Volume One on November 1st. Much of the Continue Reading →

Tales From The Riverbank – Introduction

There’s something delightfully indulgent about writing a book in which you are the central character, the glue that holds it all together. It would have been easier not to bother, Continue Reading →

Tales Of The Riverbank – Part 1

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Chapter One Humble Beginnings Caught In The Net I can hardly remember a time in my life when fish weren’t important to me in some way. Perhaps it’s in the Continue Reading →