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    Re: The effortless, everlasting wormery

    I think it depends on the amount of leaf litter there is. I come across plenty of lobs underneath leaves on patios when I am raking or brushing the leaves off. If the leaves have been there for a...
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    Re: The effortless, everlasting wormery

    I was horrified when my wife told me that there is plastic in tea bags as I have been putting them in the compost as well. Coming to think of it though, paper alone would not be strong enough to stop...
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    Re: The effortless, everlasting wormery

    Horse manure that is well rotted is great for Red Worms Steve. I get mine from a local stables heap. Lively little buggers they are too and in my opinion they are better than Dendras.
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    Re: The river that’s a legal person

    Why stop at the rivers Rob!
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    Re: How did you get on?

    Lovely day but very difficult conditions. The river was still some way over its banks and running fast. All sorts of flotsam and jetsam in the water. Managed not to get snapped up, but very little...
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    Re: The greatest worry for mankind

    I have to agree too. To me it is wrong to bring a child into the world knowing that you will not be able to support them and are sentencing them to a life of misery picking over rubbish tips or...
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    Re: The greatest worry for mankind

    I did not swear that is their correct names!
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    Re: The greatest worry for mankind

    I was certainly aware of the decline in Butterflies, but otherwise I had not really noticed I am ashamed to say. Things are certainly different from when I was young too. We seldom see a Sparrow and...
  9. Re: Who could catch a fish without tackle on a desert island?

    Catching fish is enough of a challenge as it is Chris! I would go Vegan, eat the Coconuts and drink the fresh water!
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    Re: Global warming? Oh no not again!!!

    Yes Peter there is a world of difference between smoking and climate change and the work to be done there. It is a good example (depressingly so) of how little was done against mounting evidence...
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    Re: Global warming? Oh no not again!!!

    Smoking is a really good example Kev. I have lost count of those (including my Grandad) that died of smoking related illness. I think the Marlborough man ended up suing the company (if I remember...
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    Re: Global warming? Oh no not again!!!

    Yes, both sides of the argument have their own scientists and it is hard for people to know who or what to believe. Scientists don't in general work for free and have to be backed by someone. It is...
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    Re: Global warming? Oh no not again!!!

    That is really interesting Chris as I had read somewhere that the only reason hydrogen cars are not being produced is because of the explosive nature of the gas and the problems that this would cause...
  14. Re: What was your first fish and where did you catch It ?

    Minnow for me too from the little stream that ran through Woking Park circa 1968. The rod was Bamboo cane with hooped nails banged in and a cotton reel for the reel. The float was a Porcupine quill. ...
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    Re: Global warming? Oh no not again!!!

    This debate has certainly divided opinion on this forum, but I think as anglers we are perhaps more aware than most of the issues of waste and pollution in our world and more specifically in its...
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    re: Christmas presents

    Not exactly a present but I did treat myself to one of the line spoolers Mike recommended as the two I already have are not great. Fortunately my wife has forgotten I already have two and that gets...
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    Re: Global warming? Oh no not again!!!

    The real concerns we can all reunite around and agree on: habitat destruction, invasive species, plastic pollution, pesticides, GMO's, over-fishing, clearcutting, deforestation, destruction of whole...
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    Re: Global warming? Oh no not again!!!

    Yes Mike guilty of the above and for over reacting in general. It is something I feel strongly about but that should not get in the way of reason. Kind regards to you and Kev.
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    Re: Global warming? Oh no not again!!!

    [QUOT- we all know about these people who get offended about everything all the time and allegedly stifle free speech etc.

    I don't get offended about much Kev, but I do not appreciate being...
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    Re: Global warming? Oh no not again!!!

    Oh please don't now start pleading innocence! As someone else has pointed out it was a cheap shot. Ill informed and ignorant. Why did you need to mention her autism if it was not to try and belittle...
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    Re: Global warming? Oh no not again!!!

    [QUOTE=Lewisb4hunt;1510030]I am als. And the cherry on the top is an autistic 15 year old lecturing us whilst she flies around the world causing real pollution.
    I'm not denying climate change...
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    Re: Bird and animal food as bait

    Mark Erdwin did a video on them, Wax worms that is.
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    He has also been using some bait from Pallatrax that uses meal worm, silk worm and earth worm, with some success I believe. Being...
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    Re: New posts and suitable subjects

    The caption contests used to yield some good humour and had a fair few entries as I remember. A good photo with plenty going on gets our creative juices going. There are still quite a few comedians...
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    Re: Dettol used as a paint stripper

    Er can't say I have. Smells strong enough,
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    Re: Ticks

    I won't wear shorts when I am working because I have twice ended up with Ticks in the groin area, which is not pleasant believe me! I would not fish with shorts on either for the same reason. We...
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