That’s it lads – it is now (Monday) 50 days until the start of the trout season. The temps appear to be sitting above freezing now and there is a sun in the sky. In fact today we are getting 8 hours, 6 mins and 28 seconds of daylight.
Conditions are possibly balmy (or […]
Slagging off the people that are in control of your fishing appears to be in vogue these days (plus I need to try and get together my hosting fees) – so I thought I would jump on the bandwagon in my own, dare I say, capitalistic, style – yes that is correct you can now […]
Crayfish, Crayfish everywhere – maybe this is the kind of gear the Kelvin association should be selling – especially after the TV coverage of the news that the Kelvin has now been invaded by the beasts :
(all pics are links to Amazon)
Somewhere to hang your fishing jacket and hat..
My Goodness- two posts in a day – you guys must be reeling.
Anyway – I got into work this morning and recieved a text from my boss telling me I was in the Herald. Thinking “what have they found out about me” after all now Tommy Sheridan is out the spotlight the media must […]
Paul the sec was interviewed …
Crayfish are the hot topic for anglers just now …
Yea – that is correct – it was me!
Urban Fly Fisher Sponsor – Lord Kelvin
Some people just love to hear about the River Kelvin Angling Association – it is an association of anglers that is going from strength to strength. You see the thing is the association has totally turned itself around […]
Just a quick update as I know there will be some people unable to attend the EGM.
As EGM’s go it was pretty boring – no gunfights, no “dance off” between rival factions and only one heckler – and even he is a long gunmen who really should be given his own place on the […]
So it is only a couple of days until the crazy kids that make up the river Kelvin angling fraternity meet up once more to discuss the parentage of the committee! I wonder what will happen this year – shock accusations, heartening confessions, threats of handbags at dawn – I think we have had them […]
Long story short I caught feck all and had my picture taken holding a spinning rod – is this what I have been reduced to?
Paul Reid – not floundering – honest!
I jest – I jest – it was a nice being on the river when ordinarily I would be waiting some 150 […]
It was bound to happen – was it confidence? perseverance? sheer dogged determination? Nope – the fact that I had left my camera in the house meant I was bound to catch a fish!
I was still able to take a few snaps using my phone camera so dont expect to get off lightly.