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Too Many Adverts & Not Enough Humour – The Problem with today’s fishing magazines

Your ads will be inserted here byEasy Plugin for AdSense.Please go to the plugin admin page toPaste your ad code OR Suppress this ad slot. The problem with modern fishing magazines was hi-lighted again today in a post over at Maggotdrowning about some guy named Syd Huggins, who used to scribble for the magazines, apparently.continue…

We’re nearly all set for the site update

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Changes to the site coming sooner or later

Your ads will be inserted here byEasy Plugin for AdSense.Please go to the plugin admin page toPaste your ad code OR Suppress this ad slot. BritishAngling.co.uk was originally built on my PC when it was running WindowsXP with Netobjects Fusion MX software I blagged as a freebie for joining 1&1 Internet hosting several years ago,continue…

BritishAngling.co.uk Spreadshirt goodies

A few months back I cobbled together some promotional goodies using a website called “Spreadshirt”, which was announced on BritishAngling.co.uk’s Twitter feed…….. you’ll find them here if you’re interested: http://273180.spreadshirt.co.uk/

Fishing video of the week

To keep the post count up, and try make this place look interesting, I thought I’d start regularly posting interesting fishing video clips I’ve found here on the interweb. To kick things off I’ve found one of match angler Mark Pollard bream fishing on the River Yare (cross your fingers this works):

HOW TO SPOOL UP YOUR FISHING REELS

This article is carried over from one of my previous efforts at a fishing website (which I’m about to re-do, and maybe tag team the old Articles section there with this blog). Originally written sometime around 2006/2007. HOW TO SPOOL UP YOUR FISHING REELS The line on your reel is one of the most importantcontinue…

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Follow us on Twitter

In a bid to try an further this site’s  attempts at World Domination, you can now follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/BritishAngling If you’ve got any worthy News Stories related to British Angling, and you’d like me to post it on Twitter, give me a shout HERE (you can also stick it up here on thecontinue…

Flask Hunt – a Vacuum Flask buying guide

Thought this would be a good article to cobble together to keep trying to get this blog section rolling, seeing as it’s the time of year for it with Anglers up & down the country sitting by the sides of Rivers, Lakes & Canals freezing their nuts off and needing copious supplies of Tea, Coffee,continue…

How much to get kitted out to go Pike Fishing?

I saw a Question along these lines over at Yahoo Answers recently, I even went to the trouble of answering it in exteme detail including sources of the prices….. only later to see some nob had reported it as “spam”, and had it deleted (I hate that s******e sometimes). So, seeing as this blog needscontinue…

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