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Possibly a combination of the Nutrabaits Company sale and RollinBaits (who do their baits) moving premises (and currently not producing). Nutrabaits say "email email@example.com or call us on 01709 370990"
Well I must admit I have not seen "Tiddles" on the Yorkshire Derwent for at least four years now. She used to follow the Deer herds up and down the Howardian Hills.
There is a story that goes around (and repeated on BBC4) of two old dears, in Malton quite near the river, calling out the police...
On the Derwent, you know something is up when all the sheep are no longer in the fields and the farmers are around at dusk and into the night shining their lamping lights across fields from the road as if looking for something.
David, to be a bit pedantic I think you'll find that as a Chalk Stream (and tidal in its lower reaches) the Hull has a more consistent and higher flow than the Swale in all but raging torrent conditions
Nice little article in the Guardian (with a link to a fuller one) Drowning in money: the untold story of the crazy public spending that makes flooding inevitable | George Monbiot | Opinion | The Guardian
Seems there is a growing band of experts deploring the wasteful EU/Government strategies -...
Haiths are similar prices: Whole Hemp Seed |
Although deals are out there: 20kg bulk deals - Spodicles - HEMP SEED & PARTICLE BAIT FISHING suppliers of hemp, chilli hemp, maples , maize, pelletsand boilies
BUT you can get Chinese Hempseed much cheaper: CHINESE HEMPSEED 20KGS NOT FOR SOWING GJW...
Given all the input from sea anglers who have used them far longer and more frequently than me (I am a very rare sea angler), there is a difference overlooked.
And that is what happens at the landing stage - on the beach I can pull the fish to me while wading in the edge
On a river for Barbel...
If the emails I receive and the postings on other forums are true, it is heading upstream at the sewerage outlet at Stoke Bardolph!
After a good many years, and now the ostracizing of many former committee members who found many of the waters for the club, i might be relinquishing my membership
You need a licence to do it - so you are informed of the difference between native and Signals. It is illegal to catch, squash and return to river due to the eggs from the female - on a bad day on a specific river not so long ago I had 15 of them being squished by the cows behind me!