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  3. Stuie

    Latest Angling Trust News

    https://anglingtrust-news.net/3XSU-EYRB-9A2NFPBK77/cr.aspx
  4. Tiddler

    Junior training

    And the most important thing . . . . . . . . . It doesn't matter that they forget most of it. They've seen it and in an emergency they'll remember enough to get home. And that's all that matters. I would advise all kids to go for it.
  5. lofty

    Latest HOW trip

    Great stuff Sent from my SM-G955F using Tapatalk
  6. Kingfisher 126

    Latest HOW trip

    Well done all keep up the good work, the smiles say it all. 👍👍
  7. great white

    Latest HOW trip

    Brilliant well done
  8. great white

    Junior training

    very good idea Jim The right course for that sort of reasoning.
  9. Martin Hurst ( HOW )

    Latest HOW trip

    Craig one of our How coaches has spent the last two years coaching abroad (Hong Kong , Indonesia) , but being home in Wales for the week before going out to Norway offered to run a paddle workshop . Richard and Stephen jumped at the opportunity , spending the morning with Craig and trustee Martin , even having time before breaking for lunch to practice self and assisted rescues . Lunch concluded both the lads wanted to have a little fish , and despite suffering from historical back pain , were soon out on the water casting and trolling lures . Martin soon , aided by local knowledge , was amongst the jacks but it was Stephen who let out a scream of surprise when having hooked up the pike went airborne. Another brilliant fish , and a first from the kayak on Only Stephens second outing . . When asked when they wanted to meet up again the answer of “tomorrow “ wasn’t totally unexpected 😁
  10. Tarlach.

    Memories

    It looks brand new ! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. plaicemat

    Memories

    When I examine it, nothing much has changed.
  12. Maverick

    Memories

    Had one of those intrepids in my shore fishing days
  13. plaicemat

    Memories

    An old gentleman at the allotments came up to me a couple of days ago and said, as I go fishing, would I like one or two bits of gear he has as he can't go anymore. Not expecting much, I humoured him and accepted. What I received, apart from some dated and worn end gear, were two reels in pristine condition, in their original boxes. One was a multiplier with a metal spool, a Penn Dexta and a fixed spool casting reel, an Intrepid Surfcast. I haven't heard the Intrepid name for years, they were made by the firm K.P. Morritt, and were standard fare back in the 50's/60's. Nostalgia is a thing of the past.
  14. Adam F

    Flatfish Competition

    Thanks guys! Been a while since I won a comp... come to think of it..... been a while since I fished one! With JV still awaiting repair a very generous offer of a guest spot on Tigerfish came at just the right time. I’ve not enjoyed a days fishing so much for ages. Super comfy, super fast boat and great weather and I bagged a few turbot! For once I felt rested and relaxed upon getting back in. Thanks Steve. Fishing was tough but light leads and really concerntrating on bait presentation helped 4 flatties onboard... the biggest a real last minute.com literally the last rod I wound in!
  15. Tiddler

    Junior training

    I put my Grandson in for level 2 aged 13. The thought behind it was . . . . . If something happened to me he could get home. Worth every penny ! ! Jacqui did hers at the same time. Same reason for that too !
  16. jerry.shutter

    Flatfish Competition

    Well done Adam, being relatively new to Poole I find it it really worrying the lack of Plaice this year, from reports anyway. Is it something that happens every few years? If it isn’t I think we all need to seriously think how to get the sad statistics to someone who might try and help our cause?? I know they are happy some seem to off come back to the mussel beds off Weymouth so maybe hopefully a seasonal cycle??
  17. Maverick

    Flatfish Competition

    Well done Adam great result for you and Tigerfish
  18. Steve S

    Flatfish Competition

    Well done Adam, worth guesting on Tigerfish!
  19. Mal Thomas

    Junior training

    If the interest remains for some Junior training please put your children's names and ages forward. You can send them on a PM if you prefer. The RYA guidelines are 8-11 for Level 1 and 12-16 for a level 2. Some radio work for emergencies will be included. The cost will be based on the size of group, so I need to know numbers first. This training will be on Ribs, not just classroom.
  20. great white

    Flatfish Competition

    Well done Adam Targeted Turbot and got the winner
  21. Neal

    Flatfish Competition

    Unless anyone else is registering a fish for the competition.............. The winner is Adam Franklin Turbot 3 lb 12 oz
  22. Neal

    Flatfish Competition

    A number of small Turbot and Plaice on Madness - Mackerel abundant and also Launce Turbot Neal 2 lb 3 oz Dean 2 lb 2 oz Plaice Neal 15 oz Thanks for a fabulous day out, on a fantastic boat with great company - a real pleasure
  23. Maverick

    Happy Birthday Charlie

    Got talking to Diane on Sat and she said you might be up for a trip, just shout mate would be more than happy to have you for company, I'll pm you when we are going out
  24. Maverick

    Happy Birthday Charlie

    Did it an faceache but will duplicate for a mate, hope it was good Charlie
  25. Stuie

    Happy Birthday Charlie

    Belated best wished Charlie -
  26. great white

    Flatfish Competition

    you sussed us out dave going for the wreck turbot
  27. great white

    Flatfish Competition

    Paul had a great Undulate as well Unfortunately could not weigh him due to flat battery in the scales, definitely would have made specimen weight
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