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I'm sure many of you already know, but it's been reported that Daz Taylor died yesterday. I didn't know him personally, but quite a few people in the trade did, from his involvement in various sea fishing magazines.

 

Our thoughts are with his family and friends at this terrible time.

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I'm sure many of you already know, but it's been reported that Daz Taylor died yesterday. I didn't know him personally, but quite a few people in the trade did, from his involvement in various sea fishing magazines.

 

Our thoughts are with his family and friends at this terrible time.

 

I did a few features with daz over the years when he worked at sea angler then moved on to total sea fishing i even took daz rock climbing for a shore feature he wasnt to sure about the heights very sad elton i liked daz we allaways had a laugh my condolences go out to his family.

 

paul.

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He was only 40, Glenn. Far too young :(

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SHOCKED :(

 

I was lucky to be able to fish with Daz, back in 1998, from John Rawles' boat Kingfisher. We were in the Sea Anglers Champion of Champions Boat Competition where Daz was doing his reporting.

 

A fantastic day as we were also learning to Uptide, with John sharing with us his experience of that style of fishing.

 

Daz on the day was telling me how he loved the sea fishing reporting and was taking him to many places that we could only dream of.

 

I've followed his reports and banter over the years and it is of great sadness, at such a young age, that a fellow sea angler has gone, but not forgotten.

 

RIP Das

Cheers 4 Now

John E

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Found out yesterday on Facebook Terrible news. RIP :(:(:(

Just one big fish, PLEASE!!!!!!

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