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| On the slippery slope… || Rod Henton |
I always experience mixed emotions when informed that there will be a young lad with me for a fishing trip.
| Piking progress. || Rod Henton |
Something seasonal are our fish; April trout, June tench, September carp and now as winter drawers are on, the pike.
| The Christmas ghost(carp) story || Rod Henton |
I read recently that nature is cruel and unjust; I thought I’d put the record straight, nature just exists.
| The Acquired Arte of Worme Getteing || maurice pledger |
As with most things concerning fishing, the prerequisite for success is more
often than not dependant on the weather.
| New venue, new opportunities… || Rod Henton |
As I left my house this morning the voluptuous young lady who has just moved in next door called out to me,
“Any chance of giving me a lift?”
Never one to disappoint I eagerly replied,
“You look gorgeous, your hair and make-up are perfect, you’ve got your health and the world’s your oyster, go for it!”
I got in my car and drove off and thought of how happy I must have made her feel.
| Back from my hols… || Rod Henton |
I’ve just touched down from a week on the Greek isle of Crete, the only fish I saw was a large sea bass with a slice of fresh lemon (delicious!) so I won’t bore you with any of the alcohol fuelled sexual frolics that occurred in-between, the editor deems it ‘inappropriate’ (honest!)
| Lies, Damn lies and statistics || Rod Henton |
I said, “Liquor, not lick her!”
| Antigua Report || Phil Houghton |
| Back to basics… || Rod Henton |
We have a calendar at work that gives you a ‘thought for the day’ on each page, some witty, some poignant, mostly naff. Today’s message warranted repeating though I thought, it read, “Give someone a fish and it will feed them for a day, give someone the knowledge to fish and you will feed them for a lifetime.”
I don’t know who wrote it but I do know he didn’t fish Wraysbury!
| Battling Bronzies in Namibia || Peter Holdsworth |
Belinda and I have just returned from Namibia, where we had terrific fun – a most enjoyable holiday, although, as far as I’m concerned, too short – not enough time spent fishing!