Never let it be said I am not an optimist however I was playing in the garden with the boys today and experienced two signs of Spring. My youngest called me over to the first.
I had to peer through my Winter fog brain however I noticed some more sprouting up elsewhere in the […]
Today on my walk from where I got dropped off to my work I counted 38 worms chilling out on the pavement. Some of them had been trodden on by folk on the way to work however after I had avoided a couple I started moving them on to the grass as they were heading […]
I attended a meeting up at Glasgow University a while ago, it was hosted by Willie Yeomans and was introducing CRIMP.
CRIMP is a citizen science project which aims to provide training in riverfly monitoring to volunteers across the eight counties of the River Clyde catchment. Riverfly monitoring can help protect the quality of our […]
After work I managed an hour on the Kelvin.
Lets get the facts out the way – I caught two trout, both of which came to dries and one of the was an absolute stonker. The river had lost some of its height and color however is now covered in wee leaves or something and […]
Several of you mailed me to tell me about the recent tragedy with the two chaps (one of whom died) who were trampled by the cows.
Thanks for that.
Wiltshire cow crush death scene ‘chaotic’
The first paramedic at the scene where a man was trampled to death by a herd of cows and […]
Again, presented without comment!
It was behind a fence, so I was reasonably safe!
They all had the classic “fuck you” horns.
I had forgotten how good having a forum was, now I get to read what other guys on the Kelvin get up to. This post is taken directly from the forum and I think shows the nature of urban fishing at its best.
Trout and Salmon Guru Aleister Polson writes about a regular issue with […]
Do you see something beautiful?
Get yer spawn ready, you’ve pulled!