Monthly Archives: October 2014

SEASONS END

Were has that season gone? After a long dry summer there was hope of salmon as I guided the fly across the familiar lies that I had not visited since early summer. The leaves were still surprisingly green as they … Continue reading

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A TOUCH TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT

It’s not long after dawn has broken and on arriving at the coastline a pod of porpoises can be seen working in the tide race. Above these gannets are swooping to and fro occasionally diving into the water at high … Continue reading

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CHASING GREY IRISH GHOSTS

Last year I visited the Copper Coast In Southern Ireland in search of the bass for which it is famed. The bass proved elusive but whilst fishing for these bass I caught sight of large numbers of grey mullet. My … Continue reading

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