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 →

2015 Christmas Blog

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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 →

2012 – End Of Movember Blog

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  Greetings everyone and welcome to the Bob Roberts Online late Movember blog. How’s the whiskers? Thank God that’s over, said Angela, relieved she was now in a position to trim Continue Reading →

2012 – Early January Blog

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Crikey, where does the time go? You blink and another month flies past. Anyway, I’m back. Happy New Year. I hope you all had a great ‘winter festival’ and behaved Continue Reading →

2010 – Early December Blog

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I dropped in on the River Don today at Sprotborough, just with a lure rod plus a bunch of rubber lures and spinner baits. The river above the weir is controlled Continue Reading →

2010 – Mid October Blog

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Apparently, those who fish rivers on a regular basis will have had their prayers answered this week. After weeks of drought the heavens opened and suddenly the rivers were rising like Continue Reading →

Dear Diary – Part Three

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Lets drift back to June 1992 and dip into a fondly remembered series I wrote for David Hall’s Coarse Fishing. This is Part Three. Search the site and you’ll find Continue Reading →