Just joined the Traditional Fisherman's Forum, why not pop into this forum and introduce yourself.
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Enjoy the forum Brian!
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Welcome to the Forum Brian...
As Rob said, pull up a chair mate, you'll enjoy it.
Ps....love the photo Rob
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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Good afternoon as Mr B said "Pull up a chair mate, you'll enjoy it".
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Greetings from the TFF Brian!
What do they know of fishing who know only one fish and one way to fish for him?
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A warm welcome from Germany, Brian!
Greetings from Bamberg
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Welcome to the forum of eccentricity!!
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