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This is how it is on English rivers

Published on June 25th, 2013 by

I was astonished to hear of ‘flood defence measures’ taken illegally by a farmer within the National Park on the River Lowther. My friend Lawrence Greasley told me about this, so I went to investigate.  I was appalled to find some formerly precious hatch water completely wrecked by a tractor/digger that had been in the


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June 2013

Published on June 12th, 2013 by

Living with contrasts…  Just as we had settled to the norm of icy easterlies and high flows, now we have the opposite, although at least the weather is now more seasonally appropriate.  On the Eden, the hatches have diversified and remain strong though several anglers have noticed more midge species prevalent than ever before. Danica


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