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#41 Arge

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Posted 16 February 2012 - 10:57 AM

The best time of the day for fishing! We regularly fish all night sessions...! :mellow:

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Janet,where do you go fishing over youre way,and have you fished Jackhouse lodge it is in Oswaldtwistle, free fishing, and brilliant
surroundings,i used to be in the
burnley and Pendle club,Lowerhouse lodge is also brill.
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#42 Janet S

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Posted 16 February 2012 - 08:29 PM

Hi Arge,

I caught my first double figure carp on Lowerhouse Lodge a few years ago, when I first took up angling.

Two in a day!

I've not been back for a while though...I wasn't at all happy at the amount of anglers who didn't seem to have any concern for fish welfare or the environment.

I do most of my fishing on the canals, my local club lake and the River Calder now.

Janet
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Posted 17 February 2012 - 05:36 AM

Hi Arge,

I caught my first double figure carp on Lowerhouse Lodge a few years ago, when I first took up angling.

Two in a day!

I've not been back for a while though...I wasn't at all happy at the amount of anglers who didn't seem to have any concern for fish welfare or the environment.

I do most of my fishing on the canals, my local club lake and the River Calder now.

Janet

Hi Janet
That supprises me i always thuoght the fish in Lowerhouse were well looked after, to say its such a busy water,too many noisy
duks is what i remember, ah well it's almost Tench time now the ice has gone.Have fun,
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Posted 21 February 2012 - 02:14 PM

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Posted 22 February 2012 - 11:52 AM

I learned from Mr Crabtree. :blush:


When I was a kid I had a Saturday job with Mr Crabtree AKA Bernard Venables. My Mum used to do some housework for him.

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Posted 30 March 2012 - 03:04 PM

im shocked lame brain idots explosives come on chaps whats the problem with fishing i would much rather sit fishing in the serene river bank than what some of the boaters do.have you seen them buy a boat so they can sit next to it with their deck chair and cuppa wishing and hoping they could get out of the marina oneday .. i your lad wants to learn about fishing just talk to other anglers just like boaters they will help and enjoy the fact that he is interested ...
just gonna sit and drink me tea now

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#47 Sir Nibble

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Posted 31 March 2012 - 08:25 AM

im shocked lame brain idots explosives sorry, don't understand come on chaps whats the problem with fishing some folk have a problem with it and have described their problem i would much rather sit fishing in the serene river bank than what some of the boaters do but that's your personal choice, you can't impose that on everyone.have you seen them buy a boat so they can sit next to it with their deck chair and cuppa wishing and hoping they could get out of the marina oneday no never, I have never seen anything remotely like it.. i your lad wants to learn about fishing just talk to other anglers just like boaters they will help and enjoy the fact that he is interested ...
just gonna sit and drink me tea now


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