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    Default River Test

    Water levels were fairly high ,would have thought been very dirty on the lower parts.Fished really well had a load of grayling ,Seen a lot of trout but had no contact whole day was quite happy about that .Will put up some pictures in the gallery later

    O'Reilly

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    Hi Hugh

    Sound great, looking forward to my first visit on the 7th, don't forget to send me directions,hope it is still fishing well.

    Tight Lines

    Richard

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    Fished the Test last Thursday, and what a river. Full report Here
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    Hi Phil
    Never stayed in the Bull but have had the lunch which was very good.As you know I fish Wherwell all the time and like it very much ,but must point out that Wherwell except for beat 11 is a carrier to the Test.Not that this takes away from it in any way in fact an advantage in wet weather. When fishing beat 11 you can only use the true right hand bank, that is the same side as the main hut is on .Another point to remember the best fishing is before 2pm after which it get more difficult.Fish hard in the morning have a late lunch and an easy relaxing afternoon.

    all best O'Reilly

    Sorry Richard , will see you on the 7th .Will tie you up some Reilly Ruffers ( ruffers taken from the word rough)
    but they do the business . regards
    Last edited by O Reilly; 09-02-2010 at 12:04 PM.

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    Hi Hugh,

    Just sent you an email...I'm definately Ok for 14th. Feb and looking forward to it.
    Roy

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    That Can't be right.The 14th feb. I'm not even allowed to talk about fishing on that day.Well done that man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by portcullis View Post
    That Can't be right.The 14th feb. I'm not even allowed to talk about fishing on that day.Well done that man!
    You've got to be old and married forty something years to get away with that

    My wedding anniversary is in December and for several years I spent it in a tent, up mountains in Nepal "Best time of year for climbing over there, my Love".
    Roy

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    Tried your idea Hugh.I'm now sleeping in the shed.Any more bright ideas, keep them to yourself
    Only another 15 years to go then.My daughters already call me old so thats that one covered.
    Steve

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    Yes Roy all's good ,see you on Sunday. Remember last year some of the lads got into a right mess when we went to Scotland on the Grayling. Most women don't understand the grayling need some love as well.

    Stephen it's working well first step is the shed .

    See you soon

    O'Reilly

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    Hi Hugh
    I am going to have a random stab in the dark that you are the same Hugh O'Reilly who very kindly did me a fantastic deal in a 4# Streamflex through my father.

    If so i hear we are all off grayling fishing at Wherwell on the 14th of March, unfortunately i am most definitely not allowed fishing on the 14th feb lol.

    Dan Price

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