Watched a good traditional fishing DVD lately, why not talk about it in here.
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I agree. Watched it early this morning. Delightful filming and, certainly for my view of a good days fishing, it captured what I seek.
- The Tuesday Swim
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It's encouraging that these stories have an audience, CY is obviously a master story teller but we do plan to do some similar films, the next in Ireland which will be really special about a man who can certainly tell a story.
- Old Man River
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Very nice....a haven of tranquility in a busy world.
Hurrumph....... whatever happened to Handlines ?
- Peter Wilde
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Very good. The Wallers Haven was a bonus - fished there a few times as a teenager. I didn't catch any bream either! Pike and eels ...
- Crucian Carp
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Simply lovely - thank you
"I can't wait to buy a bamboo pole and a filament of line and a tube of breadcrumbs. I want to participate in this practice which allows a man to be alone with himself in dignity and peace. It seems a very precious thing to me".
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