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On tonight's programme they repair a fishing tackle box
There are three things that improve with age: wine, friendship and water sense, and there's no short cut.
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I'll be watching
Old car owners never die....they just rust away
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"In the back roads by the rivers of my memory"
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Never miss recording it! Even the repeats. Free University for fettlers!
From "... the wilds of the Wirral, whose wayward people both God and good men have quite given up on ...".
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A Kiley seatbox - made after 1972.
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The late Roy Kiley had a tackle shop in Norwich and a fine collection of cane rods, some specially made for him. He sold them off to someone I used to know before his death and I got a look at them all. I particularly remember a Sharpe's impregnated float rod at 11 feet that looked like new.