Reflections – 2010 – (Part 1)

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Five years ago I was invited to publish a diary in Europe’s biggest selling fishing magazine, Improve Your Coarse Fishing. To this day I regard it as an honour, after all, Continue Reading →

2011 – Happy New Year!

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Well there’s no mistaking it’s the pantomime season, is there? (Oh, yes there is…) But enough of Mr B for now! Welcome to the ice age folks. With a bit Continue Reading →

2010 – Late March Blog

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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 →

2010 – Late February Blog

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January was a bit of a mad month, wasn’t it? I guess the usual suspects must have had a miserable Christmas and decided to cheer themselves up with a bit Continue Reading →


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2010 – Mid-January Blog

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Get Out There And Give It A Go! In the last blog I showed it was quite possible to catch fish in these arctic conditions providing you are determined enough. Either Continue Reading →

2010 – January Blog – Happy New Year!

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We roved around, rarely spending more than ten or 15 minutes in a swim. You either catch early or not at all and it’s certainly not a case of feeding until they have it… 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 →