Hello from the Fens.

Just joined the Traditional Fisherman's Forum, why not pop into this forum and introduce yourself.
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Duckett
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Re: Hello from the Fens.

Post by Duckett »

Welcome aboard!

Phil
From "... the wilds of the Wirral, whose wayward people both God and good men have quite given up on ...".

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Mr B
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Re: Hello from the Fens.

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Welcome John,
A wealth of knowledge is to be found and shared on our forum, TFF,".
I must admit I haven't done much in the way of angling up in your neck if the woods but I had a lurcher who enjoyed herself on Bottisham Fenn! ( not sure of the spelling now)
Say no more.
Mr B
The close season is an important and interesting time for the Angler who set out to catch big fish. It is a timely opportunity for him to make new tackle or renovate old. There are no end of jobs to do, apart from those horrible things called Gardens!

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Martin James
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Re: Hello from the Fens.

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John Welcome to the forum, I fell in love with the fens in 1954 for its angling and wildfowling, many happy memories.

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JohnnyLawnMower
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Many thanks to you all for your welcome.
Mr B...I remember learning how quickly a lurcher can cover ground as I watched mine disappear into the distance near Crowland.

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RBTraditional
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Welcome JL I’m sure you’ll enjoy the banter, pull up a pew by the fire and pour a glass of your favourite tipple… :cheers:
"Fishing is not an escape from life, but often a deeper immersion into it..."

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MWithell
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I'm due to stay near Boston for a week next month, but that's not very near you.
Malcolm

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SkimmingTheCream
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Welcome to the TFF JLM

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GameKeeper
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A very warm welcome to the forum

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Carp Artist
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Welcome aboard John. :Hat:
Not a fish was visible that first time I visited Beechmere; an utter
stillness brooded over the place and I felt the strange and sinister atmosphere which, so the story goes,
has been the cause of several suicides.’
BB – Confessions of a Carp Fisher

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Coral Maestro
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Re: Hello from the Fens.

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Greetings from the TFF!
What do they know of fishing who know only one fish and one way to fish for him?
- Jack Hargreaves.

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