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  1. Re: Angling Trust and Fish Legal appoint successful angling all-rounder and business

    At some point we will have to set up a Q&A with Jamie on here.
  2. Re: Martin Salter: Spice it up a bit with something new!

    One day perhaps. You’ve not seen my fly casting!
  3. Re: Martin Salter: Spice it up a bit with something new!

    Mark.
    Unless you fancy some very challenging fly fishing I personally wouldn’t bother with anything other than spun ragworms for the thins and bread for the thick lipped. They are tough enough to...
  4. Re: Martin Salter: Spice it up a bit with something new!

    Cliff.
    There’s loads of mullet in the Pembroke estuaries. Ask the guys in the tackle shop in Tenby for a steer.
    Cheers
    Martin
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    Re: Martin Salter: Why We Fish?

    Thanks Graham. I enjoyed writing it almost us much as being there!
  6. Re: Let’s hear it for ol’ Father Thames!

    I’m hearing that the Lugg is on the way back. My mate has had some great catches there this season. And yes those beans - they freeze well !
  7. Re: Martin Salter: Something of a Rivers Fest…

    Graham. As I've written many times before, the arrival of otters are a particular problem for barbel on our smaller rivers. In fact the arrival of any predator always seems to create initial problems...
  8. Re: Martin Salter: Something of a Rivers Fest…

    Mark..no contest...the roach every time. As my mate Dave Harrell once wrote..'My favourite fish is any roach I have to net'.
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    Re: Martin Salter's latest blog...

    Thanks Mark
    The cod recovery is old news I accept but it was triggered by tougher quotas and I cite it as a reason for retaining quota management rather than effort based systems.
    The commercial...
  10. Re: A Tasty Silver Lady and a Top Ten of Sorts

    To be fair Cliff the Spomb is a much quieter toy than its predecessor. The small and medium version can be feathered down on the cast to land quieter than the average feeder. As in all angling...
  11. Re: A Tasty Silver Lady and a Top Ten of Sorts

    Cliff. My Fairy Liquid 'old school' washing up bottle top indicator tragically broke but I've superglued a short length of cable tie across the break and its as good as new !
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    Re: Bob Hornegold: Missing the Eights.

    A fantastic capture Bob. Well done.
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    Re: Andy Loble: The Shetlands.

    Great work Andy and nicely written
  14. Re: SUBMISSION TO GOVERNMENT: SUSTAINABLE FISHING FOR SEA BASS - Rod Sturdy.

    Nice to see a Rod being 'allowed' back on here with another well argued, thoughtful yet 'political' post ! Anyway here's a useful contribution to the enforcement of the proposed new monthly bag...
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    Re: Martin Salter: Bass Battles.

    This is a useful contribution from our colleagues in the EAA.
    EAA - Bass - open letter to EU and ministers by EAA and EFTTA
    We want to see a fully documented fishery to end the fiddling and black...
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    Re: Martin Salter: Bass Battles.

    Well at least you lot are back talking about bass rather than Cliff's bizarre love in with Donald Bl**dy Trump! We've now hit our 10,000 target for the petition which forces a formal response out of...
  17. Re: SUBMISSION TO GOVERNMENT: SUSTAINABLE FISHING FOR SEA BASS - Rod Sturdy.

    Who polices the commercial inshore fleet at the moment or the 30kgs buyers and sellers exemption that is so widely flouted or the illegal netting in bass nursery areas ? Yes the IFCAs do not have...
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    Re: Martin Salter: Bass Battles.

    I'm beginning to wonder whether the comments section of FM is actually part of a parallel universe! Anyone got anything to say about bass conservation? :)
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    Re: Martin Salter: Autumn Gold

    John. Best to pick a neap tide and time your arrival two hours after the high and fish it down to slack water. The PLA tide tables are your bible !
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    Re: Martin Salter: Autumn Gold

    Mark. I think you may be right about the shooting stick. I didn't use a keepnet so could stand, or indeed sit at the waters edge. However, in a match you need to be in up to your knees if only to...
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    Re: Rod Sturdy: Ever Closer Union.

    Guys
    I just don't get the fuss. Fishing politics in its broadest form is clearly appropriate for FM. I cover them in my blog which is regularly reproduced on here for which I'm thankful. Not long...
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    Re: Rod Sturdy: Ever Closer Union.

    An excellent and thoughtful piece from Rod that deserves to be published, read and considered. I don't get all this fuss about 'political' content. The water we drink and fish in is dependent on...
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    Re: What's all the fuss about a big carp?

    Good points Mark. I gues we have to rely on the law on the land to deal with libel, threats, hate crimes etc that are perpetuated online in the same way as those that occur elsewhere..
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    Re: Fishing MPs

    Not sure what Graham means by 'dual employment' and if he's talking about me then come out and say so. It is a matter of record that I work part time - well I'm paid part time - for two days a week...
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    Re: Fishing MPs

    Like I said I've not been dealing with this issue myself for the last two years but I know our legal action resulted in both ourselves and the BCU being asked to engage in some kind of arbitration...
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