Not that it’s saying much as I’ve only had 3 sessions since but I’ve not caught anything but chub since the 22nd of November! With the temperatures and floods we’ve been having since then they are the only thing that’s realistically catchable around here save for the odd lucky sod that lands on bream. Hardly heard of any roach, perch, dace etc since November. Roll on some warmer drier weather!
Sounds great mate I'll look forward to that. I get on well with dogs they seem to like me. Years ago was up the North East seeing a lass, went to her friends house and their two dogs came and lay on the sofa one head on each leg, The dogs owners were totally amazed as usually they bark their heads off at stangers, being both rescue dogs they were normally very weary.
6 inches of snow in North Yorkshire,, great fun with the granddaughter sledging in the garden, I made a ski slope out of scaffold battans,, and I had some 600mm plastic soffit board on top,, bloody great fun, me and all the kids loved it