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  1. Quiet day in Scotland

    It was a cold, overcast morning in July, when I pulled up to the Loch and began to unload my gear. The Loch of the day was a very small water, nestled in the Galloway country side of Scotland. I slung my bag on my shoulder, and rod in hand began the short walk to the Loch. When I reached the water’s edge, a small hatch of insects had already begun. What had five minutes earlier been a calm waters surface, was turned into turmoil as fish charged the surface picking flies of the surface, in some cases ...
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  2. Seoint, Wales

    It was a cold, miserable and rainy day. I sat in the small cottage that i had rented. Looking out longingly, towards the Seiont that lay at the bottom of the garden. It was the first time that i had tried my hand at Salmon fishing and i was craving my first salmon. I had tried fishing the river a couple of times a few days before, but had no success.

    However today the cold, damp weather cleared and i seized the oppurtunity to sneak out for a quick fish. Earlier that day i had decided ...

    Updated 25-10-2011 at 07:01 PM by bjizzle

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  3. Lakeside Sporting-Orange Day

    It was a cold saturday and the heavens had opened and everything was saturated in water. It continued like this for three hours before it stopped, it was at this point i decided to venture out to take the ten minute trip to Lakeside Sporting. It was my first trip to this venue, When me and my friend got to the venue the rain had completly stopped but it was still very overcast and a high cold winter wind had started. We walked down to the small fly lake on the complex of about one to two acres in ...

    Updated 09-01-2011 at 05:33 PM by bjizzle

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