Here is a good book. It is called The River Home by Jerry Dennis
From the Publisher Join Jerry Dennis On A Journey Down THE RIVER HOME “When you’re rooting around in the water or the woods, miles from the nearest strip mall and office complex, nobody is likely to judge you by your clothing [...]
So a few weeks back, Mike, a guy who I have fished with a few times sent me some pictures of Grayling that he caught. Absolutely lovely looking fish and impressive sizes too.
I am afraid i have still to catch a grayling, but to be honest I have never [...]
Was not sure if this actually warrented a post but I have decided on a new theme for the blog. That is in fact theme and not topic, hell if you come here regular like you will know what I am on about.
The famous physicist William Thomson, 1st Baron Kelvin was created Baron Kelvin in honour of his achievements, he was named after the river that flowed passed Glasgow University. The Kelvin temperature scale, was named after the little river that I catch trout out of, it was named after its creator Lord Kelvin.
That is what [...]
Here is a monkeys view of fishing the Kelvin…enjoy!
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So the AGM actually went quite well. Firstly I though that absolutely no one was going to speak up but then someone didâ€¦.and you know…what they said made perfect sense! After last seasons â€œextension of the salmon seasonâ€ proposal, some guys proposed that for the last month of the season it should be mandatory [...]
You know, today was almost like a spring day. I mean there was still a nip in the air and next week we could all be knee deep in snow but really, it was nice, there were flowers budding on some trees and some shoots coming up from daffodils. Realistically, looking at this post [...]
You may have noticed that the old postings have lessened recently, this is due to my comp being jiggered. Thus I have carefully selected some nice components from ebuyer that will be specifically for a high quality multimedia fishing pc . It is made with a rather nice snazzy case with media slots on the [...]
I think this year at the Kelvin AGM, if someone asks about stocking Rainbows I should plant someone to shout “..and can we stock Great White’s”
Concern grows for stranded whale
Rescuers are growing increasingly concerned for the safety of a seven-tonne whale, stranded in the River Thames in central London.
Riverside crowds gathered throughout the day to watch the 16-18ft (5m) northern bottle-nosed whale swim as far upstream as Albert Bridge by Chelsea.
Hope it makes [...]