Monthly Archives: May 2016

EVERY FISH COUNTS

Angling is a diverse sport in many ways with variations even within different branches of the sport. An interclub species competition based on a boat was a first for me and I had been looking forward to the trip after … Continue reading

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THORNBACK FROM MURKY WATERS

  Combe Martin SAC’s annual spring boat trip off Minehead is always anticipated keenly as it has produced some fine sport over the years. As always it’s scary how the time flies past each year and it’s once again time … Continue reading

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BLAGDON

I have a fascination with angling history and there are certain iconic waters that have a special place recorded forever in classic angling literature. One of angling’s greatest writers Hugh Tempest Sheringham wrote of Blagdon in his classic work “An … Continue reading

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