Monthly Archives: March 2014

Putting something back

The Torridge Fishery Association have been successfully running a hatchery on the River Torridge for at least six years. One of the highlights is the stocking out of the fry each spring and I was delighted to join them with … Continue reading

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Springtime

Standing beside the river in springtime as wild daffodils decorate the riverbanks and birdsong reverberates through the air is an uplifting experience. The river relentlessly flowing towards the sea is reassuringly constant and at times being within its spell is … Continue reading

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LURING IN PARADISE

I visited Anglers Paradise on March 7th the first day of the complexes lure-fishing weekend. Fishing was limited as the fishing was to be kept at a minimum to ensure better sport over the two-day lure match. Zyg Gregorek who … Continue reading

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A New Season

February was a quiet month fishing wise with various issues keeping me away from the waters edge. A day at Slade Reservoir dead-baiting produced a pike of 16lb a pleasing result and a pleasing way to spend a winters day. … Continue reading

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