A Winter’s Tale – February 2017 Blog

Feb 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 – Mid-March Blog

2016 Mid-March

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 →

2012 – Late February Blog

Bob Snow Chub

You know, I’m getting rather lazy. Either that or I’m getting too busy. Finding time to blog is difficult at the moment as I’ve been dashing here, there and everywhere. Continue Reading →

2011 – Happy New Year!

smiley

Well there’s no mistaking it’s the pantomime season, is there? (Oh, yes there is…) But enough of Mr B for now! Welcome to the ice age folks. With a bit Continue Reading →

2010 – Late November Blog

moose

With the Trent still high and carrying colour there was only one place to be and one species to target. Barbel. Unfortunately the river dropped a full four feet in Continue Reading →

Angling Now & Then – Part 2

flooded-trent

Is anyone sick of reading about global warming yet? Apparently motor cars are the spawn of the devil and we’re all doomed. The Government and the tree huggers have united Continue Reading →