Monthly Archives: March 2016

A black salmon and a huge grayling

Last night I saw a 5lb 4oz grayling. It was a dark and glistening fish, 63cm long, its outsize dorsal waving above a tubular gunmetal body, a wild eye looking out at its captor with quintessential alarm. Okay, it was a … Continue reading

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The best salmon pool in the world

Twenty months ago I was lucky enough to fish the best salmon pool in the world. It was a late season week in June 2014 and I caught ‘only’ 34 salmon for my six days’ fishing effort. But it was … Continue reading

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Shooting or fishing?

Are you a shooting type or a fishing type? Me I’m the latter, of course. But I’ve shot clays three times in the past year, and this picture (sorry about the low quality screen grab) is me at Grange Farm … Continue reading

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Saturday 5th March fishing show

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Originally posted on Anne Woodcock from FishPal shares her fishing trips, along with organising fishing events for women and children. Anne is also a member of the Northumberland Branch of the Salmon and Trout Conservation and actively organises events to promote the branch and introduce families to fishing. She is also a weekly contributor to the popular fishing show Sam Harris Goes Fishing on CVFM radio. :
“Gone Fishing with Sam Harris” My weekly report was broadcast this morning from Glasgow Angling Centre’s…

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