Our Graham

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Ron Troversial Clay

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Nice to hear that Graham has had had good catch of still water rainbows.

He is certainly becoming a great all-rounder.

Now then Graham, lets have the tying of that fly that did the business? Their must be something in the pattern that works.
 
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Ron Troversial Clay

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Bloody Tesco's rainbow trout stink. I bought a couple for deadbaits the other day and they were awful.

Now I know why people in this country don't like eating trout.

Go out and catch yourself a nice fresh one.
 
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jason fisher

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personally i don't eat fish, i had a bad experience with some when i was 5 and it put me off for life, but i did try their fish for dead baits and the pike wouldn't even eat them.
 

GrahamM

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Very plain really Ron (apart from the colour) but I'll put up a link to a picture of it tomorrow.
 
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albert watkinson

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our graham is indeed a great all - rounder.in 1968 he had a regular column in the crewe chronicle and before that he did a n angling programme on bbc radio stoke on trent all the time writing 3 books.he had a bream at 11lb 1ozs which was massive in those days.he has had scores over 9lb and hundreds over 8lb.yes he is a great all-rounder in more ways than one.
albert
 
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jason fisher

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i've got to admit that grahams writings are one of the things that has influenced me in my fishing and i have the greatest respect for him.
 
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Dave Slater

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I agree. A great all rounder. I was reading Advanced Coarse Fishing the other week. I hadn't read it for some years, but most of it is still relevant today.
 
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Andy Nellist

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sorry that last post of mine was directed at jasons comment :eek:)
 
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