And one more time for the kiddies...See? 'Three'. Count them. OK this is the final 'last cast'. Maybe... LC...so, clicking on this footnote takes you...? Ah go on. You know you want to.
"Doubt not but angling will prove to be so pleasant that it will prove to be, like virtue, a reward to itself." ~~ Izaac Walton ~~
Is your answer to the question "Which float shall I use in the prevailing conditions?" usually "My favourite"?
Are you a hunter, as opposed to a trapper? Q2This is why it's called 'angling' not 'catching'.
Do you have more rods and reels than you strictly need? Q3It is not an obsession. Oh no. Definitely not. Could give it up any time I like. Yeah. Just a bit tired, that's all...
Can you catch fish without the aid of electronics? Q4You need electronics to catch fish? Really? Are you sure you've got the right hobby?
Do you like catching 'nuisance fish'? Q5Trick question: I don't recognise the concept of 'nuisance' fish. To me there are fish and other fish. They are all good. Even bream. A bit.
Do you have "permission to fish"? (Really, this is essential.)
If the answer to all of the above is "yes", then you are probably on 'the path by the water'. See you out there...
...and be lucky...
|Split...(and back to the top of the page)||...shot||Split...||...shot||Split...||...shot||Split...||...shot||Split...||...shot||Split...||...shot||Split...||...shot||Split...||...shot|
...and if they are not biting there is always ginger beer and cake...well there should be.
|lashings of ginger beer||...not a bad cake as it happens (Moley)|
...you have now reached the end of the internet. Go outside and fishGo on, off you go....
|Proper Float...(and back to the top of the page)||Another proper float||Another proper float||Another proper float|
"You will find angling to be like the virtue of humility, which has a calmness of spirit and a world of other blessings attending upon it." ~~ Izaac Walton ~~
|I am content to wait. I am well used to it...(and back to the top of the page)||...a very subtil fish||Watch for magpies on your path. Throw salt over your left shoulder. Walk around ladders.||if you will Fish for a Carp, you must put on a very large measure of patience||I am content to wait. I am well used to it.|