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Brian Carragher

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  1. Barry Will call you in the morning and sort things out and send you some money etc,
  2. Thursday is fine for the deep hole, will give you a call about first reserve or the other boat, whichever way it is, I'll be doing both days so its do I take a chance on the reserve list or confirm a booking on another boat for the Friday, off fishing tomorrow but will give you a call to see what's best Be seeing Sean and Nick as well so be good to catch up
  3. Quite fancy this Barry, will give you a call later just need to check dates and speak to other half but I fancy a trip down
  4. Apart from Nick, anyone else doing the deep hole trip for conger
  5. Its all described in the Mirror article, he recieves letters in braille print, when he had a girlfriend she opened and read ordinary type faced letters Things like this are happening to disabled folk up and down the length of the UK in the name of this coalition government and its attack based policies on the defenceless and weak, welcome to the reality that is UK PLC in 2014
  6. On that particular day ticket stretch its 1 rod
  7. Plenty of firms get it wrong so its nice to be able to give praise when its due, well done Drennan
  8. They don't , neither Newt nor Phone ,to the best of my knowledge, have fished the Swale, both live in the USA (clue's in the address under their avatar's) , they're both just being polite I fish mainly on the Tees but have fished Bradford no.1 waters as a guest and they're cracking waters and they have a lot of quality river and still water to go at, if I was looking to fish the Swale more, then I would join no.1 as it represents really good fishing, Middlesbrough also have some very good waters on the Swale too but I guess it all depends where you live, how far you want to travel to fish
  9. Stop faffing about and join, BAA no.1 has some cracking waters on the swale with some very big specimen fish that you're after I'm not going to post on an open forum but they have lots of quality water too on the Nidd and Wharfe (I think)
  10. Don't forget mid March is closed season, last day 14th March
  11. I guess Thursday was a washout after all the rain then
  12. Looks like a good cause and worthy of support
  13. Problem with Avast, downloaded it from one of the hosts and it played havock with some sites, wouldn't let me reply on here and blocked access to my Hotmail account, uninstalled it and ran the usual sweeps and got rid of a couple of bugs that came with the download from the host site and downloaded Avast from another different host and bingo, no problem
  14. Question first, do you drive or have access to transport?
  15. You can pm the same info and I'll tell you if they get fished and if its heavy or light fishing traffic On the original subject most of the Tees free fishing is below Yarm town centre and includes the Yorkshire bank as the far bank Durham side is Yarm AA, if you can locate the fish you will do well but you need the right conditions to make them feed as right now they're tightly packed up in very localised areas which tend to be the deepest bits too, good fishing to be had but it isn't now, we need a bit of warmer water coming through as its been cold rain rather than warm entering the rive
  16. Plenty of fish in Neasham stretch but not many trout, fish population made up mostly of coarse fish and plenty of them, two options, fish light for the roach dace and chublets or go heavy for the bigger fish
  17. Not sure about feeding the seals but he was lucky not to be feeding the crabs
  18. Plenty of trout in the Tees especially in the upper reach's and they move about a bit depending on flow and feed, sometimes theres quite a few in the free stretch's too
  19. Nice one, looking for a new one myself, well newish anyway
  20. Its not just the Tweed, all of the catchment rivers in the area, Teviot etc. are experiencing a grayling boom guess it must be part of the natural cycle of growth and fall in numbers
  21. I'm not so sure it is, the surname might be similar, Andrew/Andy, but the geography is wrong, or at least I think its wrong Andy's beef is the Wensum which is some 100/150 miles from the Trent and the area of latest legal conflict so that kind of sways me away from the Youngs/Biddulph connection, we English think some of our American cousins are a bit odd but looking from your side at us it would seem we have more than our fair share of odd balls, """ “This is about the rights of the British people, and if it costs me everything I’ve got it’s a small price to pay.” "", a statement we've he
  22. Over to you Mr Youngs for your unique spin and perspective, can't understand why he has'nt responded so far, maybe he's busy making his case for prosecuting the Wensum clubs (beware of flying pigs) and is'nt aware of the latest setback to the cause On a seperate thought what is it that drives certain individuals to the edge of bankruptcy to try and prove a point that legally does'nt stand up
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