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  1. Thread: Forum changes

    by Skoda
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    Re: Forum changes

    Sorry to hear you're leaving FM; good luck for the future, tight lines.

    Andy
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    Re: Andy Scholey: I fish, therefore, I am…

    Pun-tastic!
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    Re: Andy Scholey: I fish, therefore, I am…

    Maybe it's because he's just a poor boy, from a poor family
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    Re: Andy Scholey: I fish, therefore, I am…

    Or was it Freddie Mercury with Galileo Figar-o-l ???
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    Re: Andy Scholey: I fish, therefore, I am…

    The ultimate put-down I should hope.
    Cheers
    Andy
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    Re: Andy Scholey: I fish, therefore, I am…

    Appreciate the candour, it was Charles Darwin; he spent forty years studying earthworms and his love of fishing must have influenced his greatest work on the Origin of Species through natural...
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    Re: Andy Scholey: I fish, therefore, I am…

    Thanks, did you pick out the true one?

    Andy
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    Re: Aaaaaaaaaaah !!!!

    Daily additions of 'organic' N, P and K to the compost heap, naturally. Thanks for the great illustration Cliff.
    Andy
  9. Re: Andy Scholey: Wake me up when September ends….

    It was going a fair lick down the middle of the river! I was too far away to see whether they had any gadgets with them.
    Andy
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    Re: Eddie Benham: Chips and Fish

    Probably with lacey tops
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    Re: Eddie Benham: Chips and Fish

    Brilliant Eddie, great read. If that had been my dream there might have been a couple of French Maids as well. Many thanks for a good laugh.

    Andy
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    Re: Net Profit or Loss - Paul Mortlock

    Lovely read Paul, as they say "lessons in life don't come cheap".I didn't start fishing matches until I was about seventeen but I remember my keepnet only had about four rings on it. Many thanks,...
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    Re: Eddie Benham: My First Car

    Great read Eddie, many thanks. To think you did all that at 4 bob a gallon, about £2 for the round trip! My first car was a Triumph Herald but I only had it a week before the chassis disintegrated,...
  14. Re: Every Picture Tells A Story: Maggi's Monster

    Cheers Cliff, great read. Fishing with women – I know the feeling…pheromones I reckon. Well done Maggi for getting it in.
    Andy :)
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    Re: The Silence of the Barbel

    Thanks Guys,
    I think that experience just told me I'd enjoy myself more if i float fished.
    Andy:)
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    Re: Colin Brett: A Fenland Piker’s Tale

    Cracking story Colin, it’s the little things in life that bring much mirth. Thanks for the read. Nice picture:)
    Andy
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    Re: Eddie Benham: 'Uncle Tom'

    Ah! Nostalgic story, you can’t beat it. Lovely read, many thanks Eddie.
    Andy
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    Re: Andy Scholey: 'Days of Wine and Barbel'

    Thanks lads, this was a bit of a one-off, she’ll maybe come two or three times a year normally. We used to have a world Zander Championship (there were three of us, me, Sue and Micky) on the Cut-Off...
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    Re: The Crow: 'Guesting'

    Lovely tale Crow, nicely told. Being a city lad I never had the joy of 'guesting' on estate lakes which would have been a thrill. Good to see the keeper being sensible. Many thanks - Andy
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    Re: More is Less - Kevin Perkins

    Hi KP, sad to hear that you’re hanging up your boots, many thanks for the all the articles you’ve supplied to FM, I’ve enjoyed them all. As an occasional contributor one has to agree with the comment...
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    Re: Barbel Fishing - 'Mr Average' Goes Large

    Great read Phil, and well done on cracking the barbel voodoo. Very well written, I seemed to be with you every step of the way. Let's hope for many more barbel for you, but you need to work a bit on...
  22. Thread: Autumn Ramblings

    by Skoda
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    Re: Autumn Ramblings

    Hi Mark
    Great read, many thanks; a descriptive joy.

    "Deprived of their skylight window on the world above, fish, too, become easier prey for anglers."

    Not always:)
    Andy
  23. Re: River Wye - Paradise Found, Opportunities Missed…

    I can’t remember when ‘it happened’ for me, I suppose it just got easier and easier as fished in all conditions. I didn’t start fishing until I was 15, and I always started float fishing, I only...
  24. Re: River Wye - Paradise Found, Opportunities Missed…

    Just read this Jim, really enjoyed it, many thanks. Beautiful scenery, good company, great expectations and a few challenges and puzzles to work out…perfect! I had a similar experience a couple of...
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    Re: Remember your first barbel or double?

    I caught a barbel in a small match at Cattal on the R Nidd, Yorkshire, in 1970. I’d drawn a swim about two foot deep and gin clear; it was a very hot, sunny day. By midday I’d got two small dace in...
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