Monthly Archives: June 2017

A truly extraordinary feat

This news of Paul (still out on a rapidly warming Varzuga) from Jack Selby via Roxtons’ Varzuga blog has captured my imagination in a rather big way: Last night Paul R decided that enough was enough. Inspired by the Bear … Continue reading

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Hats off to Paul

He’s out there on the Kitza, he’s catching fish, he’s posting amusing daily reports on pre-breakfast conditions on the camp board – and he even wore his colourful tea cosy, er hat, yesterday (above). Thanks to Roxtons’ Varzuga blog for … Continue reading

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He’s done it again

Super fisher Paul Rouse has done it again with two very decent salmon of 14lb (pictured) and 11lb from the River Usk today. It couldn’t happen to a more

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Ready, steady . . gone!

I have been playing around with this date of June 1. Obviously I have to post on ‘the Adventure’ on this day. Not only do the meteorologists flag it as the start of summer, but it is also the start … Continue reading

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