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Piscator non solum piscatur

Created on 15 June 2011. Posted in General Fishing

... overhead, one of our more beautiful birds of prey, once almost extinct, but now doing well. It is being unceremoniously mobbed by a large black crow. They squawk and caw and thrust and parry on the wing ...

Sewage Kills Thousands of Fish

Created on 07 June 2011. Posted in Angling News

... as being a vital nursery area for marine fish species for the whole of the South East of England. Heavy rain over the weekend led to London’s sewerage system overflowing into the river. Because the ...

Protecting your catch

Created on 06 June 2011. Posted in General Fishing

... of the huge net of fish, but at what cost? I’m no longer a matchman, but I have witnessed fish being thrown from the keepnet to the weighbasket, tipped from one of the net to the other and even tumbled ...

Identifying Rise Forms

Created on 02 June 2011. Posted in Fly Fishing

... high up in the water. The bubbles are caused by the air drawn in being expended. More of a slurp than a sip and a bit more violent but watch out of the concentric circles it produces and invariably the ...

Sea Fishing Terms & Jargon

Created on 23 May 2011. Posted in Sea Fishing

... The action of a line breaking normally due to wear or not using a shock leader of the correct breaking strain. Snagged - Being fastened up in an underwater obstacle. Snood – A length of line from your ...

Alresford Fishery

Created on 22 May 2011. Posted in Stillwater Coarse

... waters, with specimens to 24lb 12oz being the largest at the time of introduction. Thirty custom made pegs have been dug into the bank on this site to provide comfortable yet practical angling opportunities ...

Aquacultures' new boats hit the water

Created on 15 May 2011. Posted in Angling News

... with ease and is capable of being manhandled over rough ground with a maximum weight of 100kgs; still much lighter than comparable boats! The AQUA STURDY is available from £499. Both the NEPTUNE and STURDY ...

Dorset rivers get fish passes

Created on 10 May 2011. Posted in Angling News

... Salmon, brown trout and sea trout have already been seen using passes built at the West Harbour sluice gates and at Jessopp's Weir on the River Brit. The latest passes are being installed at Palmer's Brewery ...

Tanyard Fishery

Created on 07 May 2011. Posted in Stillwater Coarse

... have car parks by them so only a short walk is needed to get to any peg. The fishery facilities are of a high standard with ladies and gents toilets being of modern clean design, a washing up room is also ...


Created on 04 April 2011. Posted in Stillwater Coarse

... carp with the ghosties being the most attractive. Many of these fish are now over 20lb and a few have reached 30lb. Catfish to over 62lb round off the excellen range of specimens that hide in the depths ...

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