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  1. Working on www.total-fishingclub.com and keeping Anglingforums and the Intersite Series going. Lost my password etc when all the eails changed at work etc, new emails at home. The Avatar is now getting old must look for fresh design.
  2. Good afternoon Gray I am back having a look around......... Still looking good.
  3. Hi Polly after the banter over the last few years and that footy team of yours. You win my boys are finished
  4. 35mins to my own waters, Last years Intersite Series over 1200 miles then the odd trip the Bala and the Lakes
  5. Very interesting stuff, but they do have a big problem in Oz. As to this being to correct method of Control ?? only time will tell
  6. Hello Cluster. Welcome to the forums
  7. About the same price as one of Clinicalgroovers CD/'s Priceless
  8. Hi Chesters many moons ago and very long time ago my first reel was one of these contraptions I think it was a French make but only had half a bail arm?
  9. Well Polly is see your boys got off to a FLYING RED CARD START
  10. Posh and Becks are sitting in front of the television watching the six o'clock news. The main story is a man threatening to jump off the Clifton Suspension Bridge on to the busy road below. Posh turns to Becks and says: "David, I bet you £5,000 that he jumps!" to which Beckham replies "£5,000? Done! I bet that he doesn't." So they shake hands on the bet and continue watching. Sure enough, the man jumps and hits the road below with a loud thud. Beckham takes £5,000 out of his back pocket and hands it to Posh. But she refuses. "I can't take your money, David," she says. "The truth is, he was cheating. I saw the five o'clock news, so I knew he was going to jump." "No, babe, fair's fair" says David. "That money is yours fair and square I was cheating just as you were. I saw the five o'clock news, too. I just didn't think he would do it again." The Manchester United players are in the dressing room on Saturday just before the game, when Roy Keane walks in. "Boss," he says, "there's a problem. I'm not playing unless I get a cortisone injection." "Hey," says Becks. "If he's having a new car, so am I." David Beckham goes shopping, and sees something interesting in the kitchen department of a large department store. "What's that?" he asks. "A Thermos flask," replies the assistant. What does it do?" asks Becks. The assistant tells him it keeps hot things hot and cold things cold. Really impressed, Beckham buys one and takes it along to his next training session. "Here, boys, look at this," Beckham says proudly. "It's a Thermos flask." The lads are impressed. "What does it do?" they ask. "It keeps hot things hot and cold things cold, "says David. "And what have you got in it?" asks Roy Keane. "Two cups of coffee and a Choc ice," replies David. Posh takes her car into a garage to have some dents removed. The mechanic knowing she isn't the brightest Spice Girl in the world, decides to play a joke on her. "You don't need me to take those dents out," he says. "Just blow up the exhaust pipe and the metal will pop back into place". So she takes the car home and tries it. David spots her from the house, opens a window and shouts "You silly cow! You have to wind the windows up first!" David Beckham is celebrating: "57 days, 57 days!" he shouts happily. Posh asks him why he is celebrating. He answers: "Well, I've done this jigsaw in only 57 days." "Is that good?" asks Posh. "You bet," says David. "It says 3 to 5 years on the box." Victoria Beckham and her driver were cruising along a country road one evening when a cow ran in front of the car. The driver tried to avoid it but couldn't -the cow was killed. Posh told her driver to go up to the farmhouse and explain to the owners what happened. About an hour later, the driver staggered back to the car with his clothes in disarray. He was holding a bottle of wine in one hand, a cigar in the other and smiling happily. "What happened?" asked Posh . "Well," the driver replied, "the farmer gave me the wine, his wife gave me the cigar, and their beautiful daughter made mad passionate love to me." "My God, what did you tell them?" asked Posh. The driver replied: "I'm Victoria Beckham's driver, and I just killed the cow."
  11. Hi Polly, Congratulations. Hope you have a good day. "I see my boys did the biz again at Cardiff"
  12. MONITORING FLY LIFE ON OUR RIVERS The Salmon & Trout Association was established in 1903 principally because of concern over the Industrial Revolution’s impact on our rivers and streams and to represent the interests of game fisheries throughout the British Isles. Now in their 100th Year their fight to reverse environmental degradation remains as strong as ever. A recent Fly Life Survey of Southern Chalk Streams, conducted by Allan Frake, of the Environment Agency and Peter Hayes of the Wiltshire Fishery Association, highlighted a serious decline in aquatic fly abundance mainly in the past 20 years. The S & TA is now helping the authors of this initiative to spread the survey across the whole of the U.K. through its regional and club networks. The survey is based on a questionnaire which asks the angler to give their opinion of how fly life has changed on local rivers, using information either from logged observations, such as diaries, or just from personal recollections. This questionnaire will be launched at the CLA Game Fair, Harewood House, on 1st to 3rd August. Copies of the questionnaire can be obtained by telephoning 020 7283 5838 or e-mailing : flylife@salmon-trout.org The S & TA will be consolidating the information from all the questionnaires received and will produce a report by the end of the year. Many local anglers have commented on the changes in fly life on our rivers here in Cumbria / Lake District and this is an opportunity for them to become involved in this important research. The object of the research is to ascertain causes and where possible remedies to this serious decline of fly life on some waters.
  13. Out on the banks Sunday evening 32degC at 4-30pm in deepest Cheshire. 28degC on the way home at 10-30pm.
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