Monthly Archives: July 2011

Under The Bridge

As I sit here just about to write my diary piece for the month, it’s hard to believe that I am looking out of the window and it’s still raining, in fact it hasn’t stopped here since the middle of … Continue reading

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The Character Of Carp

It was with immense sadness this morning that I found the body of our big common washed up in one of the bays. The fish was remarkably intact, still heartbreakingly beautiful. We can’t blame Tarka for this one; the fish … Continue reading

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It’s Not All About The Chunks

Recently I was sitting on a local lake enjoying a short session with my mate, Stu who is quite new to Carp fishing. We’d just finished a job together, and had a few hours spare, so what better way than … Continue reading

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