Traditional landing nets large and small.
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The top of the range without a doubt, stunning, superb.
There is no peace on earth like the peace of fishing in the early mornings
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That is incredible...beautiful craftsmanship.
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This net may well break the record for the length of time I have spent looking at a picture of an item of fishing tackle.
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What a wonderful net Leszek. It definitely continues your custom of making exquisite items of tackle.
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A lovely thing it is way beyond my skills you should be very proud
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That's a beautiful job Sir. Congratulations.
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The brass spreader is just amazing. Can't expand on the other suppletives on here, but to say you've nailed it again.
Marc. (Prince of Durham)
"Then, as it was, then again it will be. And though the course may change sometimes. Rivers always reach the sea"
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a nice net...
When I'm not fishin' I'm fettlin'
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