Author: andy

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Fishing the River Wharfe

  Once again we have enjoyed immensely researching! if that’s what you can call it? or let’s just call it fishing shall we because that’s what we do best, fish rivers and exploring the fishing on this...

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Fishing the Yorkshire Derwent

I have put this information on 6 pages to help load times page counter at the bottom of every page, Fishing The Yorkshire Derwent Join our Yorkshire Derwent Facebook Page here I fish the...

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River Ure around Boroughbridge

  The River Ure Boroughbridge The River Ure at Boroughbridge looks spectacular as it cascades over the falls and the salmon ladder, the fishing can be good too, with roach perch chub barbel, brown...

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Thought’s on the Don

I Its early August and I have already fished the Don more times this season than I did in the whole of last year. But the  number of banked fish has been less so...

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River Swale Myton revisit

It’s July and it’s early coarse season on the rivers so when you have fished rivers for years like me you tend not to expect too much from them early on and in early...

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River Swale

  It is said that the River-Swale is the fastest flowing river in England, Well I can’t vouch for that, but I can say that having fished this brilliant river more time than I...

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Fishing The River Nidd

  The river Nidd starts its life at Nidd Head Spring on Great Whernside in the Yorkshire Dales. It flows through 3 upland reservoirs Angram scar house reservoir and Gouthwaite Reservoir, when conditions are dry the...

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The Nidd At Tockwith

It’s early season and were off on The Nidd at Tockwith to be more precise Tockwith on the York and District water.Armed with Yearbooks and kit we walked through the cornfield towards the river...

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The Yorkshire Derwent

The Yorkshire Derwent The Yorkshire Derwent starts its course at Lilla Rig on the North Yorkshire moors 850 feet above sea level in or around  [54°21’51.71″N ] [0°38’1.24″W] just a mile east of Fylingdales...