2014 – July Blog

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Remember the Simple Minds song, ‘I promised you a miracle?‘ I look back and think promising to update the blog more often was along those lines. The thing is, when Continue Reading →

Book Extract – Angling Encounters

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Angling Encounters by Bob Buteux, Tony Meers and friends Big thanks to Stephen Harper for allowing me to publish these extracts from Angling Encounters, a collection of fishing tales buy Continue Reading →

2012 – Early September Blog

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August was a relatively quiet month for me, fishing wise, mainly because I was always going to be involved in organising other anglers’ fishing or living the life of luxury aboard a cruise Continue Reading →

2010 – End of October Blog

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Ice on the car windscreens this morning doesn’t bode well for my trip to the Severn in a day or two. Guess we’d better get used to the fact that 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 →

2009 – Mid November Blog

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The old fishing’s started to get a mite tricky in recent weeks. From the heydays and high days of summer when barbel proved as easy to catch as certain mugs on the Internet forums I’m reduced to scratching around for bites. Continue Reading →

2009 – Late October Blog (Part 2)

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Whatever Happened To The Northern Specimen Group?  A trip back to the Trent saw me on a completely different stretch where it’s rather big, wide and featureless. A nine metre Continue Reading →

Book Review – Walker’s Pitch II – Little Egret Press

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  Title: Walker’s Pitch II Author: Richard Walker Edited By: Peter Maskell Publisher: Little Egret Press     If you only read one angling book this year, make sure it Continue Reading →