Just joined the Traditional Fisherman's Forum, why not pop into this forum and introduce yourself.
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I look forward to hearing more on your use of greenheart
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Last Grayling I caught was on the Dee about 8 years ago. ( not on a nice old greenheart fly rod though).
Got the permit in a lovely little tackle shop for abound £7 for a day... Beautiful stretch of the river and I was the only one on it.
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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Welceom to the forum Pete.
- Silver Bream
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Hello and welcome
"Angling is a refuge from competitiveness, from rat-racing, from status-seeking. So let it remain."
- Crucian Carp
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Hello and welcome Pete.
Yet to catch a grayling but they are on my bucket list.
- Sea Trout
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Welcome to the forum!
Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall!
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to the forum
There are three things that improve with age: wine, friendship and water sense, and there's no short cut.
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“I spent most of my money on fishing. The rest I wasted,”