Different ends of the Boat.

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“Catching remains somewhat hit and miss with two rods fishing exactly the same tactics, on the same day, from the same boat, producing totally different outcomes  ……… but hasn’t that nearly always been the case?” Above is a quote from the last Coldingham Loch Report by Carmel and Gareth and this got me thinking? “exactly […]

The Watch Reservoir

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Under New Management. This reservoir and its fishing has been taken over by the volunteers of two local Angling Clubs. The Kelso and the St. Boswell Angling Associations. Well Done to them. Now I was hearing good reports of the fishing and some of them from my good friend Bob Cockburn so I asked him […]

Social Angling

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Well in the UK at least the most social form of Angling is probably Sea Angling from a boat. Smallish boats around 30 feet are chartered for the day and usually eight, ten or a maximum of twelve anglers go out for a trip of around six hours. All fully licensed and insured. Of course […]

The Hardest Fishing of all?

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Small Stocked Stillwaters I mean..   What!…..????   Shock Horror.   Well you might like to know that in another life I used to be an Engineer. Finished up as a Chief Engineer. So what has that got to do with hard fishing? Well as an Engineer Maths and Physics were an everyday part of […]