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Old 01-12-2010, 02:50 PM
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Excellent fishing on the wild Dorset rivers and for Bass Pollock and Mullet of the coast. Parties for Salmon and Sea trout in Scotland and Norway and Warm salt water in the Caribbean.

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Just back from a month in the Bahamas, the wind was not as kind as it could have been but a good time was had by all. Any takers for 2012 or Nov/Dec get in touch. Its no clock face distance 3 star trip but you learn a lot more about Bonefish and the casting improves dramatically......................
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The season approaches and with the Olympics in mind looking for a few early days out on my boat before the yachty types take over. Last year had Bass up to 83cms on the fly (even bought a boga grip to make sure the next ****** gets weighed). Bring your own gear or borrow mine, If you are interested send a message
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Plenty of availability on the rivers early season when the Piddle and Frome are at their best. Why not think about a couple of days on the rivers and a trip out on the boat for a chance at the Bass see www.tkfishing.com
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The Frome and Piddle are holding up well despite the lack of rain or snow last winter. Summer and autumn fishing looks possible, something I doubted.
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