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The European Federation of Sea Anglers‘ 2016 Boat Championships were hosted by EFSA Ireland and co-hosted by Cobh Sea Angling Club at Cobh, County Cork from the 16th to the 23rd of September. The even... ...eries Ireland. Fàilte Ireland. Cork County Council. Cobh Tourism.The Commodore Hotel. Cork Harbour Boats. Ande Fishing Line. Viking Tackle.Southside Angling. Shamrock Tackle. Bluezone Fishing Tackle. Countryside Alliance. Vass Tex Clothing. Finnraiderz Tackle Wholesalers. Geary Angling Services. Waterford Angling & Outdoor Centre. Titanic Experience. Bella Vista Hotel. Fota Island Resort. Fastnet Shippin... ...reck Hunter. Osprey 2. Ardeen B&B. Celtic Baits. Trade Winds Restaurant. Gotcha Angling. Ballyelland Pottery.Presentation to Donie & Mary Geary.L-R George McCullough, Donie, Mary, Warren Doyle
This short film from Matt Galland combines ultra-running and backcountry fishing, for some beautiful footage of both countryside and fish.
Catch some beautiful countryside and seatrout in this film short from Denmark.
Des' thoughts turn to chub and barbel as the close season looms closer.The past week ive still been on the canals for chub and thankfully still catching a few to over 5lbs plus but they are not easy f... ...nice to see a plan come together like that. I’m also being asked to do more and more talks which is an honour and most say they love seeing and hearing of the big fish I talk about but also about the countryside and the fun I have with my fishing. Yes I do take my fishing very seriously BUT I also have a lot of laughs and fun out there fishing with my mates lets face it life is serious enough nowadays withou... ...of another canal chub but hopefully next week I can show you a barbel or two caught from the Severn and you never know I may get down the lower Severn for a Zander session before the 14th, speak soon.
The area in the photo above is just a small part of a large tract of ancient deciduous woodland, intermingled with evergreen forest. This place is special to me. I grew up here, the woods were our friends and as youngsters we roamed free from dawn to dusk without fear. We'd build camps, play 'war', swim in the lakes and climb to the very top of those ancient oaks. All my mate's parents knew I'd been around because I was renowned for always leaving a large stick in their porchways. They were halcyon days, we lived for the summer holidays and our band of brothers and sisters felt that we owned those beautiful trees and the pathways and tracks between. I returned recently, and whilst those arboreal giants still remain, I was saddened at what I saw. In their infinite wisdom the local authorities have sought to tame and 'improve' my wood. A new visitor centre behind a mechanical barrier, where one must pay to park, with leaflets telling you where you can and can't go, and a price list for the cyclists and horse riders they are encouraging. Amongst the trees, a slide, some bizarre spider sculpture and a wooden chair of gargantuan proportions, no doubt to attract kids who no longer climb trees. Worst of all though.....the unnecessary signage.All this is quite beyond me. There are even signs telling us, or maybe the fauna of the area which bit is a 'nature reserve'. Of course, these signs ruin the 'nature reserve', but at least everything knows where it needs to be! This woodland has survived quite nicely and been visited by humans for thousands of years. It angers me that local authorities can exploit it in such away and sanitise it such, just to make a few quid. On a lighter note, I've taken another gamble today on a rod purchase. Some of you may remember my last successful ebay punt for a bargain MK IV. If my latest gamble on a very obscure listing pays off you'll be hearing about it here. I'm quite excited because it just might be the start of something good, more of which in good time my friends.
Big crowds expected at CLA spectacular. Tomorrow marks the opening of the world's leading countryside event, which is being held once again in the grounds of the beautiful Ragley Hall in Warwickshire.O... ...A) Game Fair isn't all about fishing – you and your family can also enjoy everything to do with the countryside, including food, horses, falconry, guns and gun dogs, clay shooting, archery, craft village, clothing and much more.For more information on the CLA Game Fair and to book tickets, visit: www.gamefair.co.uk
Countdown begins to CLA spectacular.There are just five days remaining before the opening of the world's leading countryside event, which is being heldonce again, in the grounds of the beautiful Ragley Hall in Warwickshire.O... ...A) Game Fair isn't all about fishing – you and your family can also enjoy everything to do with the countryside, including food, horses, falconry, guns and gun dogs, clay shooting, archery, a craft village, clothing and much more.For more information on the CLA Game Fair and to book tickets, visit www.gamefair.co.uk
Big congratulations to Michael Jordan and Diana Semionova who are the lucky winners of our competiti... ...ame Fair worth up to £58! Have a great time guys!This year the UK's largest and the world's leading countryside event will be held once again in the grounds of the beautiful Ragley Hall in Warwickshire.Over thre... ...A) Game Fair isn't all about fishing – you and your family can also enjoy everything to do with the countryside, including food, horses, falconry, guns and gun dogs, clay shooting, archery, a craft village, clot... ...kTo check out more of our competitions and for your chance to win, visit our competitions page here!
The box office has opened and the countdown begun for this year’s CLA Game Fair – the world’s largest countryside event – at Ragley Hall in Warwickshire from Frida... ...urnout for this year’s event which celebrates the countryside and showcases the importance of field sports and ... ...sed nationally and internationally as the biggest countryside event of its kind, promoting all aspects of a living and working countryside.“Having missed a year, we are expecting a surge o... ...co.uk or call the ticket hotline on 0207 460 7955.
This week I've been driving around the Hertfordshire countryside with the hope of finding some good free fishing on the River Lea. It's become quite difficult these days with most of the good stretches now controlled by clubs or on private estates. I'd hoped for a... ...work it's even better. This fish was one of a few we had over the course of the day, Alas, no barbel, maybe too cold. I'll be back. My thanks go to good old Mike.A good fellow, if a little eccentric.