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Piscator non solum piscatur

Created on 15 June 2011. Posted in General Fishing

... occasional plop and splash in the water indicates the fish are on the move. They can wait. Even when the food is finished and tea drunk, the break goes on; the guys are in no rush to get back into the ...

Sewage Kills Thousands of Fish

Created on 07 June 2011. Posted in Angling News

Thousands of fish have been killed in a pollution incident on the tidal Thames in West London after nearly half a million tonnes of sewage poured into the river over the weekend. Anglers were out on Monday ...

Protecting your catch

Created on 06 June 2011. Posted in General Fishing

... rod is no tool for roach or other soft mouthed species and would result in mouth damage as the fish is hauled or dragged into the bankside. Balance the rod to the species and protect the fish!  Landing ...

The Humble Dogfish

Created on 06 June 2011. Posted in Culinary

... the flesh away from the spine (this is the only bone in the fish) and cut into oxo sized cubes. Coat the fish cubes in flour and then in egg and roll in breadcrumbs. Deep fry until golden brown. Result ...

Vicarage Spinney Trout Farm

Created on 03 June 2011. Posted in Stillwater Trout

... with depths to 6 metres. Hard fighting triploid Rainbows stocked regularly throughout the season with specimens into double figures. The Fishery lodge with a small kitchen area with tea/coffee making ...

Cooking Mussels

Created on 30 May 2011. Posted in Culinary

... sealed, these will be fine, use too. Maybe, you have had the opportunity to get some from the seaside yourself. Avoid those with broken or damaged shells, and put them into a container with some seawater ...

Shrimp on the Barbeque

Created on 30 May 2011. Posted in Culinary

... your shrimp. Don't over cook they will go tough and rubbery and will lose their flavour. Shrimp will turn into an opaque colour when cooked. Once cooked, let stand for a couple of minutes. Then ...

Handling & Storage of Fresh Fish

Created on 25 May 2011. Posted in Sea Fishing

... or dish covering with cling wrap and get into the coldest part of the refrigerator. A fish loses about 1 day of shelf life for every hour that it is sitting at room temperature as a general rule. ...

New fishing store opens in Cheshire

Created on 24 May 2011. Posted in Angling News

... is currently situated within DIY store Under One Roof, but Andy confided that expansion into adjacent warehouse space is the next stage of his master plan. After viewing the available floor area, when ...

Sea Fishing Terms & Jargon

Created on 23 May 2011. Posted in Sea Fishing

... beaches etc. Check - The audible ratchet mechanism on a reel. Chum - Small pieces of chopped fish fed into the water as an attractor. Clutch - The braking system on a reel also known as the Drag. Crank ...

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