Monthly Archives: September 2013

A thoughtful river walk

There were hundreds of martins twisting above in the valley as we set off on one of our favourite walks. I reflected upon the marvel of these small creatures whose wings would carry them far away to Africa. Within weeks … Continue reading

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OUT COME THE BIG RODS

It s been a while since the big rods came out after a summer luring, mullet fishing and fly-fishing etc. By big rods I mean the beach casters, in this case a pair of near twenty-year-old ZZipplex Ground casters, old … Continue reading

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Windows of opportunity

Standing in mid river I cast my fly across the current and encouraged it to drift tantalizingly across searching for that illusive salmon or sea trout. After a couple of hours fishing through the beat I had come to terms … Continue reading

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Familiar Steps onto Sark

Once again we climbed the steps onto the unique Island of Sark five days of fishing ahead of us. Having visited on numerous occasions over past eight years there was a comforting familiarity as the tractors trundled up the harbour … Continue reading

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