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    Re: Forum changes

    Thanks, fellas.

    Yours TRULY,

    Cliff
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    Re: A Few Funnies…

    I haven't got a ready stock of fishy-cartoons so.......any port in a storm?
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    Re: Rod Sturdy: TEAMWORK

    Quite an adventure, Rod. I wish I was in a position for a bit of excitement like this but, sadly, I can no longer stretch to such extravagance; it ain't cheap, is it!
  4. Re: Andy Scholey: I fish, therefore, I am…

    Well, Mozart got there first, Andy.

    What I want to know is...why do Queen want to "...spare him his life and his pork sausages"?
  5. Re: Andy Scholey: I fish, therefore, I am…

    Nobody knows for sure, but I believe it was invented by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart because he actually composed a song dedicated to this scrummy confection: 'Fiiiiiiiiiii - ga - roll !!!'
  6. Re: Martin Salter: Too much of a good thing!

    Thanks, Martin, for a great article and superb pic's!
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    Re: It ain’t all wine and roses…

    Not infrequently, I cite my advice: "If you find something good, make the most of it because it won't last two minutes". I've just discovered that my favourite town-centre pike swim now has a bridge...
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    Re: Aaaaaaaaaaah !!!!

    Of course! 'How Did You Get On'... Sorry.
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    Re: Aaaaaaaaaaah !!!!

    Best ask author, Andy Scholey, Mark! (What's a HDYGO?)
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    Re: Food for Thought?

    '...now days from being lifted'? What's happening then, Bad one?
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    Re: Food for Thought?

    That's certainly in the same borough, Steve, but actually a different area to the one I was referring to. Having said that, the lakes at Mucking (which you refer to) would have formed part of that...
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    Re: The greatest worry for mankind

    Dare I say it? The Meek Shall Inherit the Earth (and they don't come much meeker than cockroaches...)
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    Re: The greatest worry for mankind

    Don't think so...you just don't SEE the insects any more.
  14. Re: ‘Artifishal’ – a compelling explanation from Patagonia Films…

    When I battled a Wye salmon for 1 hr and 20 mins on a dark and windy Autumn evening two years ago I couldn't have given a flying fig for its ancestry! That was a wild, wild fish (absolutely livid, I...
  15. Re: ‘Artifishal’ – a compelling explanation from Patagonia Films…

    Geoff: are there equal arguments for both trout and salmon 'integrity'? Sorry if I've missed something...
  16. Re: ‘Artifishal’ – a compelling explanation from Patagonia Films…

    Thanks, Geoff...great article.
  17. Re: Martin Salter: Completing the Circle.

    Thanks, Martin - a superb article to put a spring back into many a step! Isn't that a FANTASTIC shot of the big roach???
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    Re: Back to FM

    You certainly will, Loz - particularly so if you're able to write-up an account of a good or interesting day and submit it for publication :-)
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    Re: A Few Words on UK Wildlife Depletion.

    Mercifully, the pit from which this 14lber came has been spared despite its proximity to what was Europe's largest dump at Mucking in Essex. It's now under the control of Essex Wildlife Trust and is,...
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    Re: A Few Words on UK Wildlife Depletion.

    Thanks for that, Steve.
    A couple of years ago I managed to grab the initial attention of a young female reporter from the Thurrock Gazette but, eventually and, perhaps, inevitably, she lost...
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    Re: Gaymire: Are the Monsters Still There?

    Case closed.
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    Re: Gaymire: Are the Monsters Still There?

    Thanks, Molehill.
    'The Final Word' was a non-thread article and the previous article-thread was closed; however, I omitted to close the 'original' thread 'Gaymire - Are the Monsters Still There?'....
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    Re: Gaymire: Are the Monsters Still There?

    Phil: I have recently stated that Eddie and I - plus two others - now fish Gaymire with Mrs Gay's blessing having corresponded with her in the early Spring of this year.
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