Month: March 2008

April fools day….

I hope you all like my up-dated blog site! The fencing contractors (Simon Johnson and team) have done a fantastic job on the DFC Ten Hatches beat, cannot wait to cast a fly there tomorrow, providing I remember to renew my EA licence…. dont forget folks, I might even try to do it on line …

Late Winter

Easter Monday and still no sign of the spring, a biting NW wind, and the odd snow shower. I have just come in having spent the evening on Weymouth beach with my mate John after an early Bass, no luck, we fished with whole Squid on a 2.3m spring tide, maybe next time. We were …

Birthday Treats…

What a way to spend a birthday … Breakfast and a few pressies with my lovely family, then off with Elliot to one of the finest Dorset Estates to make yet more of their fishing fishable followed by an evening with the APLF and a fabulous talk by John Colton, MD of Kingcombe Aquacare about …

Party on…

Scotts stag do this weekend, clay shooting, curry, and lashings of ginger beer! The heaviest rain so far this year, it literally poured, the Frome flooded, and I broke my new gun. Scotts new deer stalker A BIG thanks to all of Scotts mates, Purbeck Shooting School, the Gurker Resturant, and me for being his …

Hobbies

Listening to a gardening program sometime ago on Radio 2, the guest announced during her talk, “No matter how small ones garden, one should always set aside at least an acre for wild flowers” fantastic…. No matter how small ones house, one should always set aside at least most of it for fishing gear and …

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