What do you get if you cross some first year art school students with some litter and a traffic cone?
You get “El Conio The Magnificent” an explanation of how traffic cones end up in the River Kelvin.
Oh to be a student again – it was a simpler time!
Even better than actual fishing:
Giant steps are what you take…
Teaching my son to walk on weird Lanzarote grass.
You can see more tenuous fishing photos here
This is a three part post – today the setup and later all going well will be the reveal – I will then give you a bit of time to think before I act. This will be a hard task my friends – I do not want to say at this stage what it is [...]
Submitted by Jim (lazy get’ could not even take a new picture and that is with him being a fancy pants photographer)
Kelvin Court, viewed from beneath the railway bridge in Great Western Road, 1955.
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Designed by J N Fatkin of Newcastle, Kelvin Court was built 1937-1938 and consisted of [...]
Need work on Motor – will pay in cash and flies!
(and possible sweet spots)
One month until the start of the season and it is still very cold.
I am currently wondering if the temperature is going to rise and give us a good start to the season. The first fly we should all be looking out for are “Large Dark Olives” – an absolutely lovely wee [...]
A disturbing video from Charles Rangeley – Wilson
I am assuming that hardly anyone happened to see the Kelvin Angling Association in the news probably because the only people that knew about the opening day event were the people that were there – nothing sinister – STV just dont give much notice about whether they will give you air time or not.
It is a room full of men at the Kelvin 2010 AGM:
This is half a room of Kelvinators – this post was actually deleted by accident however Tom Chandler over at Trout Underground asked where the Kilts and bagpipes were – that is easy Tom – they were in the other half of [...]