1. Duxbury Ramblers said:

    You look like you had a good time and that’s all that matters, one of our mottos is Carpe Diem – seize the day.
    The last time I was on Anglesey must have been around 1980, always intended going back and if all our future plans go according to plan we will be living nearby, we may even tackle the coastal footpath of course at our leisure.

    ps: have put a link in, glad to have fellow Lancastrians on board.

    August 15, 2006
  2. Stu said:

    Thanks for the comments and thankyou for the link. Us ‘Lankys’ must stick together.

    August 15, 2006
  3. Glenn Kilpatrick said:

    Hi Stu,

    Looks like you all enjoyed yourself. Perhaps next time the bass will be a 10 pounder. Look forward to reading more of your posts in the future.

    Kind regards – Glenn

    Whitby sea fishing blog

    August 15, 2006
  4. Rob said:

    Hey Stu

    Great Looking Blog :)

    Makes me realise I should start taking mine a bit more serious ly hahaha . Anyway thanks for visiting my blog and ill be sure to keep my eye on yours now as well

    Cheers Rob
    href="http:/www.afisherman.com> A Fisherman

    August 16, 2006
  5. Riversider said:

    Hi Stu, thanks for leaving a comment on the Save The Ribble Blog:
    Save The Ribble!

    We would love you to post a link to us – we need as many as we can get! We are already setting up a link to your blog.

    August 17, 2006
  6. Do you think pealer crab are better for bass than rag i never catch bass on rag onliny breme or mackrel. And where would i find some pealer crab thanks

    September 22, 2010
    • Stu said:

      I tend to get better results with peeler in the spring or early summer, rag in certain areas such as estuaries is good and in the late summer / autumn on the classic storm beaches generally lug is better in the NW / Wales

      September 27, 2010

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