2013 – Bumper Christmas Blog – Part Two

  Like buses, you wait ages for a blog update and blow me if two don’t come along at once. Alas that’s the nature of being too busy. You have Continue Reading →

2012 – Christmas Blog

Crikey, where’s the past year gone? Is it worth calling the police to report that someone’s stealing my time? I mean, a year used to seem so much longer than it does today. Continue Reading →

2012 – November Blog

The phone rang. It was Mick Brais, Producer of Sky TV’s Tight Lines show, ‘Hey Bob, would you and Stu like a new stamp on your passports?’  He knew the Continue Reading →

2012 – Early January Blog

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 →


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2010 – Mid August


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What a hectic time of year this is! Since returning from Cyprus I’ve appeared on Tight Lines, spent five days in the Wye Valley, miraculously met five magazine and newspaper Continue Reading →

2010 – Late July Blog (Part Deux)

Welcome back to part deux of what must be the longest angling blog in the world. Mind you, no-one’s exactly complaining, are they? Well, that’s not exactly true. There is Continue Reading →

2010 – Late March Blog

Sorry about the delay in publishing this March Blog but I’ve been doing far too much fishing of late and when time can be freed up the paid work has Continue Reading →

Effective Barbel Rigs – Part Two

After reading Part One I’m sure that some of you were left thinking, “Is that it? Surely there’s more to it than that! It’s not fair! You must be keeping a secret Continue Reading →

Tales Of The Riverbank – Part 11

Chapter Four Life Through A Lens   Oh My Gurd The video cassette had a little boom back in the early nineties, not that they ever sold a lot in Continue Reading →