MD virtual champion 2020. Golden Pie winner 2018.
- Feb 19, 2017
When I was a kid in the sixties, I would listen to my Dad and his mates talking about fishing and their opinions of anglers from other parts of the country. It appeared to be a wide held belief in Nottingham that Sheffield anglers used too much groundbait and North Yorkshire anglers would spoil a venue by getting the fish too pre-occupied with wasp grub. I know now that there were/are some fine anglers from Sheffield and the expertise of the Yorkshire anglers fishing the 'grub' is now legendary. I wonder if people from other parts of the country used to feel the same about Notts anglers fishing bronze maggot? Was it just a case of sour grapes or was there any truth in it?