25 November 2009 // Caught By... //Music

The Fifth in our series of river themed compilations will be available to members as a free download, early next week. Once again, Jon Savage, has been kind enough to dive in to his vast record collection and pull out watery treats from artists such as Burning Spear, The 13th Floor Elevators and John Fahey. […]

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25 November 2009 // On Water

The River Clettwr… ….is a tributary of the Wye and joins the Ty-Newydd stretch at Erewood. The salmon (the few that there are these days) run up. It is very small and close to the village but very pretty at this time of the year. The Ty-Newydd stretch can be fished via the Wye and […]

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Letter From Arcadia

24 November 2009 // Arcadia

Penny Buns at Ease. ja sad times indeed, when the like of mr rickards is taken by the black pike. your obituary is tolling round the french hills, it being pike time in the pools and the ossuaries. rods inverted. cane denis pye 78s snapped over the knee; beanie off to the man who gave […]

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24 November 2009 // Books //Miscellany

Thanks to everyone who entered the ‘Powerlines’ competition. The answer was ‘First Cast at the Loch of the Green Corrie’ and we are pleased to announce that the winners are, Mr Tom Gander, Mr Matt White and Mr James Hunt. Gentlemen, your prize of a copy of ‘Powerlines’ will be posted out today.

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The Black Prince and Other Heroes

23 November 2009 // Caught By...

jeff just a quick note to say that caught by the river was discussed with much enthusiasm by many at redditch and another national vintage fishing tackle fair passed off in a rock ‘n’ roll manner with stallholders spending the preceding night in a variety of places from the cellars of the local pubs, the […]

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