I am laid up with a rather nasty throat bug.
I was looking through some of the blogs I visit when I came across this post over at Taunted by Waters.
Essentially someone had linked to him and pointed out that he did not do much fishing however his writing was good for a […]
Fishing was damn near impossible today – from the road the wind did not seem too bad however the closer I got to the spot it picked up in intensity. The whole area was flooded as well making wading tricky. It would have been no problem without the wind however casting those big horrors was […]
Ok, so it had to happen – I became all tackle tarty and just had to get my hands on a dedicated Pike fly rod – well I got two in fact however this review is dedicated to the fairly new on the market Loop Pike Booster.
If big toothy critters is the […]
The Pike are not eating, it is wet and windy – the trout are like a distant memory….I suppose we have some things to look forward to….
North Country Angler wrote a great post about death and dying – well, not really great – more sombre and well written – you know what I mean!
Anyway, it got me thinking – he rose some very good points about where he wanted his ashes to be scattered and where probably they should not […]
Someone asked me about fisheries around Glasgow a while ago – what ones have you visited?
Not really to my taste to be honest although I have blanked a few times on Harelaw – usually when I end up at a fishery it is because conditions are very poor everywhere else – usually this means […]
As I was watching the new offering from Charles Rangeley-Wilson I was trying to work out how the guy consistently gets it right when so many other fishing programs get it wrong.
I mean you have only to look at the recent fishing programmes on terrestrial television to see how it’s not […]
I think I may be shooting myself in the foot here however the Suburban Bushwacker is running a competition – the prize is some of his Mum’s jam (I love Jam).
You must come up with the best use for an arm tattooed tape measure.
The Suburban Bushwacker Jam Competition
So UCAPA have a new website – and bloody good it is too.
Interesting to note they are doing everything that the River Kelvin Angling Association should be doing – there permit price is now rising to £30 for trout and photographs must be attached. Their Salmon permit is rising to £55.
A short session along the Forth n’ Clyde canal cunningly disguised as a short romantic walk with my wife – I was not kidding anyone, especially not my wife who is now used to me saying things like “hmmmm – we could do this with a buggy in tow” (referring to our new arrival) while […]