The bit you should read.

I’ve always been an angler and after around the country moving I wanted to discover and document the best places to fish (where ever I might be) in the way of rivers, lakes, canals and ponds. When previously fishing in South Wales I often fished in club and winter league matches, however living up north presented me with new challenges, venues and angling clubs that I acquainted myself with. Now down in the South West I plan to do the same.

This fishing blog details my angling adventures around the UK (although depending where I am in the country I also sea fish from both Boat and Shore, Carp, Pike and Fly fish). I will be giving a summary of 3 values considered by most anglers as well as the additional Disabled Access rating. Since being diagnosed with CIDP and regaining my motor function Disabled angling and Disabled access is now something I always consider when visiting venues. They will all be rated on a scale of 1* to 5*;

1. Fishability *****

2. Accessability *****

3. Value for Money *****

4. Disabled Access *****

I think these 4 points are the key issues which are readily identifiable with all anglers. Feel free to take a look and add your own comments along the way!

Sunday, 2 September 2012

Just a quick one!

Just a quick one... 
It’s been quite some time since I’ve managed to get a blog out which is quite frustrating, but moving house, changing jobs and reacquainting myself with diving all seem to be things which demand a lot of time. Also the house move has taken me well outside walking distance of any river or lake near. In other words, nipping down to the River Aire for an impromptu morning or evening session is now impossible. With that in mind I have done some preliminary research into lakes, canals and streams in the Pudsey area, but unfortunately the information I’ve found so far has been a bit slim. Although I have been told if I can manage a bit of “Jungle warfare” there are trout to be caught from a nearby beck. So I think the only thing to do is to get out there and have a look (at the beck and a nearby lake) for myself.