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It’s Great…, It’s British…, It’s Me! It’s not every day you find you’re the ‘star’ – I use that word guardedly, of the best part of a whole hours worth Continue Reading →

Reflections – 2014 – (Part 1)

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It’s really scary how our lives fly by. This was my 50th diary article for Improve Your Coarse Fishing magazine yet it barely seemed like five minutes since the first one. Oh Continue Reading →

2013 – Bumper Christmas Blog – Part Two

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  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

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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 – 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 – Mid-November Blog

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Autumn is the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness, according to Keats. And this year has been quite special, hasn’t it? Driving through the leafy lanes of Norfolk last week was 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 – Late July Blog (Part Deux)

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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 →

2009 – December – The Bumper Christmas Blog

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Can it really be Christmas again? Well, considering the local shopping centre has been piping the sounds of Slade, Mud and Greg Lake into the ether for at least two months Continue Reading →

Tales Of The Riverbank – Part 8

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Bob looks back fondly at the good old days of fishing and indulges in a bit of name dropping… Did Team Fishing Ruin Match Fishing? Team fishing was a real eye opener Continue Reading →