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Leon Roskilly

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About Leon Roskilly

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  • Birthday 01/06/1944

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    Rainham, Kent
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    Fishing (Coarse, Sea & Game), Conservation & Cycling
  1. er, hedgehogs predate on newts Norm, so that fox may be protecting your newts!
  2. There was frost on the car when I put the cat out this morning (then went back to bed!) Arctic warming gives US and Europe the chills
  3. Please see: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/12107502/Eel-fisherman-quits-amid-plunging-eel-numbers.html
  4. You'll find Budgie on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/budgie.burgess.9 And his new venture at https://www.facebook.com/BASS-ONLINE-327382203987699
  5. see previous debate: http://www.anglersnet.co.uk/forums/index.php?/topic/701534-no-more-trebles/?hl=%2Broskilly+%2Bcircle&do=findComment&comment=1463268
  6. Welcome to a year with a record El Nino in progress
  7. Apart from Scotland, in the UK you need a rod licence to fish for coarse fish or migratory fish using a rod and line (other methods are illegal!). The legislation and associated EA byelaws applies out to 6 miles! (Who said you don't need a licence to fish in the sea, it all depends upon what you are fishing for not where you are fishing! ( http://www.sacn.org.uk/Articles/Do_I_Need_A_Licence.html )
  8. I knew those new-fangled railways would cause more problems than anyone ever imagined. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Railway_time
  9. I've seen the odd squirrel scampering along the top of the back fence, but I reckon that the cats will dissuade them from coming down
  10. For a few seasons, when I was growing my own veg and doing a lot of digging in the spring, a fearless black-bird would be under my feet almost as soon as I bought the fork out of the shed. Several times I only narrowly missed spearing him as he darted for a grub. Although they would turn up to pick over the dug ground, I never had such a 'friendly' blackbird since he failed to arrive one spring. ps I now have around a dozen gold finches feeding on the apple tree feeders.
  11. Early in the year I came to the conclusion that our three cats are now at the age where they prefer to lounge around, rather than chasing flying things, so indulged myself by buying a bird-feeding station, and a supply of bird-feed (a number of years ago I'd previously fed birds from a couple of feeders in the garden but what with one thing and another hadn't put out feeders for a number of years). Being early in the season when food was in short supply and they hungry birds hadn't yet started nesting, I quickly ticked off a fair few species (and some I wasn't sure of identifying which led to
  12. http://m.alfa.lt/straipsnis/49891080/anglijos-aplinkosaugininkams-lietuviu-brakonieriu-naudojami-irankiai-kele-nuostaba
  13. Like it. Your car may stop if too close to a cyclist http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-30706146
  14. Latest ICES advice on eels http://www.ices.dk/sites/pub/Publication%20Reports/Advice/2014/2014/eel-eur.pdf
  15. As a kid I had a Sunday job helping the local milkman deliver milk by horse and cart in the East End. When the dairy went over to electric vehicles, the horses were sent to the knackers yard. It broke Sid's heart saying goodbye to the animal he had worked with for years, delivering milk through all weathers, up at the crack of dawn 7 days a weeek.
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