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Barbed wire & no stingers - small river chubbing part II.

It goes like this…got woken up; “daddy can I go and see nana?” “yes, go on then” I mumble. I go downstairs, boil kettle, find cup, clatter, spoon, rattle coffee packet, pour…flick through newspaper, celebrities, celebrities, celebrities, war, fear, sport; put paper down, slurp. 269 more words


A return to form for me at Gawsworth

Gawsworth Fisheries are situated in between Macclesfield and Congleton and is one of Cheshire’s premier day ticket fisheries, Gawsworth Fisheries is an all round fishery that comprises of five lakes Wall Pool, Wood Pool, Park Pool Coppice Pool and Spring Bank Pool as well as its own private canal, all the waters are extremely well stocked and will accommodate all anglers from the novice to the Specimen Carp Hunter alike. 684 more words


January Barbel Blues

January is always a tough month for the Barbel angler, but when favourable conditions do occur a few big fish can be caught (unfortunately not by me it seems!). 1,702 more words

I Broke My Rod!!

The day started the same as many of my fishing trips start, with a trip to the drive through coffee shop. With coffee in hand I headed off to a new stretch of the River Don that I had been told by the local tackle shop holds a lot of chub, perch, barbel and even carp along with silver fish. 287 more words


Lovely chubbly!

Tuesday 24th January 2017

River Avon Pershore.

Video at the end

Theres something quite mystifying about a winters morning. It was 6am when Marv and I arrived on the banks of the river Avon in Pershore. 749 more words

Manley Old Hall, 11th Jan 2017 - By Brian Coakley

Today was a new challenge for myself and some of the lads at Manley Old Hall but a return visit for Dave all be it on a different pool. 481 more words

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