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FISHING POLICY MESS

The Environment Agency has created a right old mess by trying to wangle a situation where anglers still go after salmon for “fun” but do not actually take them home for the pot. If it works, we have fish being … Continue reading

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FISHING ROUND YER – NOT CATCHING SALMON

  FISHING ROUND YER – NOT CATCHING SALMON A second extract from the diary of Charlie Webster. Another follows shortly. The first one is at http://horrabridgetimes.net/index.php/2017/08/01/fishing-round-yer-new-episode/ Late August, 2017 Where do I go today? It is a matter of weather … Continue reading

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SOME SECRETS OF SEA TROUT

  Posted at horrabridge.org.uk   Fishing clubs in this area are being invited to contribute their views to a Tamar Catchment Fisheries Action Plan, and possibly help it by taking DNA samples from caught fish. There was a Tamar Fisheries … Continue reading

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SHEDNOTES 138: On poachers, peal and growing your own salmon

The Shed has opened a blog line called TALKING WALKHAM, about its local river, and is posting the first one here  … Between 1724 and 1727, the author of Robinson Crusoe, Daniel Defoe, published three volumes of essays called A … Continue reading

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