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iansimpson63 last won the day on October 19

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About iansimpson63

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    Shark Chaser
  • Birthday 01/30/1963

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    boat fishing in good company
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  1. iansimpson63

    Fish of the Month - 2020

    Did you make it clear what type of tackle you were talking about Charlie?
  2. iansimpson63

    Happy Birthday Terry

    Happy Birthday Terry, stay in and enjoy yourself
  3. iansimpson63

    Best birthday wishes Oli

    Enjoy the restricted Birthday Oli
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    Birthday greetings Alfie

    Many happy returns Alfie, enjoy the last night in the pub for a while.
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    Birthday greetings Pete G

    Hope you enjoy the day, happy birthday
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    Happy Birthday Mal, Crossy & Timmy 2 Stroke

    Happy Birthday to you all. 1 inch per year Mal
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    A tale of friendship that defeats evil

    It has been said Neil
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    A tale of friendship that defeats evil

    A pleasure Charlie, I thought a bit of light hearted rambling in the style of Mills and Boon would make a welcome change.
  9. iansimpson63

    A tale of friendship that defeats evil

    We have been living in troubled times full of uncertainty and sad news across the UK and the world in general. Family and friends seperated by restrictions and normality gone out the window. I received a PM on Friday from a dear friend who asked if I would like to attend a fishing sorte, socially distanced, out to the Dolphin Banks to target Channel Whiting. My heart leapt with joy, firstly to be afloat, but mostly to see a man that I have not seen for over seven months, bountiful glee eminated from every pore. I barely slept the night before, so high was my anticipation, a short dog walk, bacon sandwhich, cup of tea and a welcome emptying of the bowels saw me prepared to meet on the boat at 07:30. No hugging or kissing at our long awaited reunion, damn that Coivid, but the man love was evident to the mullet and guppies below the pontoons. We motored out to the Banks and I foolishly mentioned to my Captain that I had only caught 3 dogfish throughout the previous 10 or so trips out this year, what a silly goose I proved to be. Charlie caught a steady string of Conger, I landed a more productive supply of LSD. A small Bass, Gurnard, Small Eyed Ray and 2 Whiting to Charlie and a large Blonde which I released 15 yards from the boat, to me. Chilli cod stew then move to another location. More LSD and another Whiting, move again, Oh the joy of being afloat. Final stop near the cruise ships and we hit lots of small eyes, gurnard and some larger mackerel. I tried to stow 2 mackerel to take home but the skipper ordered me to use 1 as bait (the children have suffered mild mal-nutrition during this pandemeic and will have to graze on the village green once more). Radio chatter with Ben, Mal and Jerry aboard their boats, on our mini cruise made the day even better and my cup was overflowing with joy. Thank you Charlie once again and tight lines to one and all. PS. Cerrie has instucted me to inform you that I have only had 1 beer, she really doesn't understand the full joy of mateship and being out with a discharged seaman (ex RN)
  10. iansimpson63

    Happy Birthday Stuie

    Late as ever Stuie. but I hope you had a fantastic day mate, you are the Gentleman of the Club. Regards, Cerrie & Ian
  11. iansimpson63

    Birthday greetings Nigel & Barney

    Have a great day/evening chaps.
  12. iansimpson63

    Happy Birthday Lofty

    Many happy returns Lofty.
  13. iansimpson63

    Coming soon to Swanage

    Look after the batteries Sam.
  14. iansimpson63

    Birthday greetings Dave

    Many Happy Returns Dave
  15. iansimpson63

    First time out for Tiddler

    Being a gentleman I turned the other way when you took your top off Jim, but I have to say that there is not as much of you as there used to be.