Monthly Archives: October 2012

Capturing the moment

I have not been fishing now for two weeks due to work commitments and need to get back to the waters edge before I get out of the habit. As rain is falling steadily outside I have decided to put … Continue reading

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A Privelage to meet

The greatest benefit I have enjoyed from writing a regular angling column has been the links it has allowed me to forge with prominent personalities within the local angling community. Last week Pauline and I traveled to the Half Moon … Continue reading

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Captivating waters

In April heavy rain brought floods to much of Southern England and as a result our visit to cast a dry fly to the trout of the River Frome was rather blighted as the normally crystal clear waters flowed bank … Continue reading

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A Weekend full of fishing

The river was running a touch too high and was still carrying a fair bit of colour but surely it was worth a few casts? Morning sun illuminated the trees with shades of autumn starting to show. The Himalayan Balsam … Continue reading

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