Aye – there has been fishing – a fair few trips if the truth be told – I am split between Pike and Troot at the moment – every time there is a bit of rain I think about Salmon on the Kelvin and then get annoyed about all the pishy nonsense that appears to [...]
I suppose I should comment on this – for those that do not know a thirteen year old boy drowned on Saturday evening while playing with friends.
Declan Shanley, from Summerston in Glasgow, was swept away [...]
Every now and again I come across a really good fly fishing blog – great content, good photos and started fairly recently. By recently I mean maybe in the last 6 months – usually the blog is on blogger as that is where most people start out before moving on to a platform that you [...]
I never really found Griff Rhys Jones funny even when he was part of Alas Smith & Jones – the other guy was always funnier – the fat one.
So I did not find it in the least bit funny when Jones asked canoeists and boaters to disrupt the enjoyment of anglers who are minding [...]
Ok – I am away on holidays for a bit – hopefully catching Bass, Mackeral and Sea Trout off the Cornish Coast or quite possibly catching Carp, Roach and Tench in a stocked pond.
So, no posts for a bit however I thought I would push you to buy some Scottish [...]
It is sometimes easy to see why some people think the Kelvin is not an urban river – especially from the pictures that I post on this site. You see – there is a green corridor that cuts through Glasgow and down this passageway the Kelvin runs – the corridor has its own [...]
You would be forgiven for thinking I have not done any fishing at all over the last week – as it is I have been chasing Pike on the Forth n’ Clyde canal and attempting evening sessions on the Kelvin – both did not amount to much mainly because I was half pished [...]
Work is now progressing on the Stewart Memorial Fountain in Kelvingrove park – rather than regurgitate what the Evening Times is saying I might as well point you towards the article.
Evening Times Article
People not from Gasgow might enjoy reading the comments to gain a great understanding of Glasgow humour!
Posted by: openmind – [...]
So my 2 minute post (that is how long it too me to write it) about the recent closing of the Robbie Red Ball site caused a bit of a stir among the Internet forums, members and non members of the Loch Lomond Angling Improvement Association as well as other blogs (more [...]
A site run by a fly fishing anarchist intent on exposing what he perceived as being the incompetent running of his local club the Loch Lomond Angling Improvement Association has been instructed to close its doors by his web hosts.
The site started simply enough – one mans dream of sharing his passion for a [...]