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  1. The continuing adventures of the Fluff Club, episode 37

    The names of the participants are disguised, all else is factual, (but you should know that by now).

    Life is not about finding yourself
    Life is about finding fish

    RANT: Just back from a two-family holiday in north Devon and here is a new fact (based on driving both ways) - it now takes much longer to drive one-hundred-and-sixty point something miles cross-country than it did twenty years ago. Progress? I think its more a case for the phrase containing the words ...
  2. Frandy 06/09/18(B.P.Angling Club Outings)

    Good conditions for our outing today with a light breeze coming from the North West,overcast with spells of sunshine and heavy showers throughout.
    Most of our anglers were on midge tips and floaters as the fish were in the top few feet of the water.
    Wilson and Tim were the top boat of the day catching their limit and returning at least a dozen fish,floating lines,cormorants and buzzers being their best flies
    Greig also bagged up with floating line,damsels and snakes ...
  3. Lake of Menteith27/08/18(B.P.Angling Club Outings)

    Overcast and a gentle Westerly breeze with some light rain at times gave us great fishing conditions and we were not disappointed.
    All our anglers had an eventful day on the Lake and everyone went home happy with nobody getting a blank.
    Wilson and Andra started out in International Bay where Wils bagged up before noon before moving to Gateside and Andra got his brace
    Gordon and Jimmy were also in International Bay early on getting 3 in the boat before heading to Gateside ...

    Updated 03-09-2018 at 06:51 PM by gordi

  4. Glencorse 17/08/18(B.P.Angling Club Outings)

    The rain held of for most of the day with a light breeze from the South West but with stronger gusts at times.
    All our anglers caught fish here at our favourite water and all were caught drifting into the back of the island and along the wall.
    As usual the fish were in cracking condition with full tails and putting up a tremendous account of themselves before surrendering to the net
    Wilson took the sweep with his heaviest bag of 4 for 13lb 12oz all off the top of the ...
  5. The continuing adventures of the Fluff Club, Episode 36

    The names of the Fluff Club members, the Fluff Boys, are pseudonyms, all else is factual.

    With some of the other stillwaters in the south shut, due to the hot spell, Manningford has been very busy of late. Indeed, there was a club booking for twenty-plus anglers, but they very kindly agreed to let we three Fluff Club members join in the proceedings. Yes, that's right, just three this time, another drop in numbers. Mind you, that just mirrors the drop in reader numbers for this blog: ...
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