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    Re: How did you get on?

    Did you take any photos?

    If it looked like a bleak its probably a sand smelt
    If it looked like a goby but lighter it could be a sand goby
    or if it actually was a blenny its likely to be a...
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    Re: Coarse closed season to remain

    So far everyone on here has gone down the club angle but what about the hundreds of miles of free riverbank?

    I am so glad that these places are overgrown and often inaccessible come May/June, it's...
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    Re: How did you get on?

    Well done Alan but not sure about the Sand Blenny :D
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    Re: Coarse closed season to remain

    Face it the only fish everyone seems to care about on rivers is barbel, they may not admit it but look at barbel threads, look at the two rod anglers 'carbelling' for them. Has anyone mentioned the...
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    Re: Coarse closed season to remain

    Absolutely, I'd actually go with the change if it was the other way round always kept an open mind, not saying i'd like it, but lots of things are set in stone for good reason and change doesn't...
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    Re: Coarse closed season to remain

    This is a great example of how the close season helps. These people would not be breaking any law if there was no CS after you can't report someone because they are Romanian. There's many non anglers...
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    Re: Coarse closed season to remain

    Why surely? Well there would be boundary issues for starters, where would the close season apply and where would it stop

    You've countered that with "Everyone knows which places are open or not"...
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    Re: Coarse closed season to remain

    Last thing angling needs is more different byelaws around the country therefore it has to be a one size fits all policy surely?, hence the simplified yes/no/move consultation
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    Re: Coarse closed season to remain

    When everyone mentions their fisheries as an example do they have a portfolio of waters representative of the whole of Britains rivers? - I think not somehow.

    I know plenty of waters where there...
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    Re: How did you get on?

    Yeah same here although I have got a soft spot for river carp, they are always pretty on the eye
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    Re: Coarse closed season to remain

    That's what Gatting said too:D
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    Re: Coarse closed season to remain

    I haven't seen this much spin since a fat bleach blonde Australian said to Mike Gatting - "Watch this!" :D
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    Re: Coarse closed season to remain

    I hope not otherwise those who didn't get the result they wanted will keep on and on until it's redone in their favour :wh

    I really feel for The Scottish independent Remainers who want the close...
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    Re: How did you get on?

    Following a morning spent hacking through rushes trying to find a river I spent the next day with day trying to find fish on another that had some water in, well some as it was seriously low. I...
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    Re: The Silver Bream

    I think I caught some on the River Brede a few years back, took no photos though,I was catching them alongside skimmers but they are noted for their big eye, the skimmers were also slightly more...
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    Re: Coarse closed season to remain

    That's spinning the figures, ever thought of being a politician? lol It was a basically a 50/50 split between keep and remove.

    I was hugely surprised given that many who voted would have been...
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    Re: Where did that river go?

    Thanks mate, well sort of...you know what I mean

    I'm thinking of going down there in the winter with a rake just to keep it alive, to keep a channel, not sure if that will be a a lot of work, or...
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    Where did that river go?

    Ok folks this is a catch report from this morning, the reason this is not in the HDYGO thread is maybe someone will read this in a few years time and go "Blimey I didn't know there was ever fish in...
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    Re: Fishing the Thames near Maidenhead

    The weirs are always the go to places with a boat, but on the safety aspect again they are dangerous and noisy and maybe not the place with small kids on board.

    If it's just adults, in the town...
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    Re: Fishing the Thames near Maidenhead

    Good Luck Kirsty I'd just keep it simple with maggot/float, even if there's bleak about the kids will love it just make sure there's plenty of freebies gong in, this should draw in anything. If the...
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    Re: Bread, types, usage?

    Not seen brown bread used much, think fish prefer white, fish like salt and anyone who's gone from eating white bread to brown will know how sallty white sliced is, I can't touch the stuff now due to...
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    Re: Fishing a tidal river

    Lugworms? Have you seen the Flounder in the Thames, the ones I've had would have been smaller than the worm. Seriously Flounder are taking a bit of a battering (no pun intended) around our coasts in...
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    Re: How did you get on?

    Back from a morning on the canal, it was mainly perch with around 60 fish half of which were perch, some good ones too with about five around a pound and a couple closer to two, these canal perch go...
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    Re: How did you get on?

    Was nice to see you Alan

    Ps Tell Petrol splitter to stop asking others what time they are leaving ;)

    Pps The Barbel go a tad bigger than eight and a half ;);)
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    Re: How did you get on?

    Nice to see an Eel pic, remember when we used to avoid them!

    I was out yesterday with dad, it had been a while since we were on a river together and whilst he is hard work he's my dad and it's...
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