2014 – The Christmas Special Blog

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A little early perhaps but Merry Christmas to one and all! I do hope you’ve had a brilliant year. Mine was pretty good if I do say so myself. It’s Continue Reading →

Rambling On Again – Chris Quinn

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Avid book collector Chris Quinn shares more of his thoughts on the fishing book collecting and publishing world. My first ramblings seemed to go down OK so it’s time launch Continue Reading →

Book Reviews

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Well Christmas is coming and i’m sure a lot of wives and girlfriends will be looking for that special little present for you. Well, in case she doesn’t find it 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 →

2009 – Late August Blog

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As you might have gathered, I’ve been away for a little while. We all deserve a break now and then and there’s little in life to compare with the pampering, Continue Reading →

Book Reviews

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Book Reviews Random jottings about some of the titles on  my book shelves… Title: Spin Me A Line Author: Richard Walker Edited By: Peter Maskell Publisher: Little Egret Press Title: Continue Reading →

Angling Now & Then – Part 2

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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 →