Gartnaval pond=Binghams Pond

You might remmember a couple of posts ago I spoke about the pond at Gartnaval…well I found out a little more info from here

Bingham’s pond was built at Gartnavel in the early 1880s on the site of old brick and coal pits. Popular skating and boating activities were run by three generations of […]

New Fishing Camera!!

So after hunting around for ages I finally found an ideal little fishing camera. It is a Mustek gSm@rt D35. My last fishing camera was another Mustek which was actually pretty pants but served me well for a couple of years. I didnt hear too many people complaining anyway. A fishing camera has to have […]

The Small Stream Dry Fly

Ah, Christmas and the dark nights are closing in again and it is time for good books. Whilst I seem to spend my time reading textbooks when I go to bed I like to read and dream about fishing…..this looks like a doozerThe Small Stream Dry Fly

Synopsis . In this book Lou Stevens presents […]

Fishing Widows

A couple of people asked me recently about what my partner thinks about my fishing all the time. I suppose the easy answer is that I dont fish all the time. The more complicated answer is that I fish when my partner is at work, she works shifts so I can head to the river […]

Plain weird!!!

Thought I would share my logs with you….this is one of the last ten searches that people have done to reach the blog

18/10/2004 05:31:02 n@ked girls (Google) 18/10/2004 05:28:48 fly-fishing for Barbel (Google) 18/10/2004 01:51:0 n@ked girls (Google) 18/10/2004 01:21:21 n@ked fishing girls (Google) 17/10/2004 21:32:28 river kelvin fishing (Google) 17/10/2004 19:21:57 national […]

Vision waders!!

Some of my long term readers will know about my problems with my Vision “Extreme” waders. You were with me at the begining…when I was all exited about getting them ….you were with me when they arrived and they were exactly one size too big. You were with me when I caught my biggest trout […]

Friends of the River Kelvin!!

So someone from the Friends of the River Kelvin left a messege in my guest book.

Friends of the River Kelvin – monthly clean-ups along various stretches of kelvin – first Saturday of month (except Jan) 10.30am (till 12.30pm …) all welcome. gloves, wellies, bags provided. Meet at FORK HQ: Ha’penny Bridge House, on the […]

leader thingy

Well, now here is a thingus that might be interesting.

That might mean that I could use a tapered leader without actually worrying about buggering it up……need to get a couple for next season I reckon. Worth trying anyway 🙂

To Rise a Trout!

I was asked the other day to recommend a good fly fishing book. I would recommend “To Rise a Trout”. It was in an old bookshop but I have found a copy on Amazon….To Rise a Trout Its is primarilly dedicated to fishing the dry fly. For those starting out or people who just want […]

Atlantic Salmon Zoom In @ National Geographic Magazine

Atlantic Salmon Zoom In @ National Geographic Magazine I was looking through these photographs by Paul Nicklen. Lovely the way they have been shot. Gander through the photographs and you come to pictures of 40lb Salmon resting in a pool in Quebec’s Causapscal River.

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