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Buzzers in adundance

Tony Woods and I paid a visit to Farmoor on Friday last and struck lucky with a gentle southerly breeze, warmth and tons of sunshine. The Ranger told us on arrival that there had been huge clouds of buzzers over the lakes, -‘like bonfire smoke’ and he was not wrong!  As we walked around the […]

Visit to new WUF beat

Last Sunday Dave Blackbourn and I visited a new beat on the River Onny at Craven Arms in the delightful Shropshire countryside. The beat is called ‘Stokesay’ after which a well know Border fly pattern is named. Light southerly wind, some cloud and odd bits of sunshine and some warmer temperatures made the day look promising […]

Caroline visits Iceland

FISHING ICELAND AUGUST 2010 I joined a party of friends to fish the Langa River in Iceland, our leader had taken the whole river all 12 miles from sea to lake that was high up in the mountains.      The 12 miles of River is divided into 3 beats. With 92 pools.  We fished 4 rods […]