mmmm...interesting write up guys. slightly weighted though..
Graham fished well, blah, blah, blah...from Ron
Gracious Graham from his write up...trying to help me at every opportunity
not many facts though.
Like Graham left the pub early to secure the only peg left on the hawthorn bank.
Like I gave him a 5-0 start before I managed to get a peg
Like Graham ran over to see what I was catching them on
Like Graham and Ron tried to extend the match when i took the lead by turning their watched back (and asked Wendy to collude in their scullduggery...)
good job I only fly fish twice a year eh?
ps - I also kept up my record on borrowing. Dave C's rods and reels, Rons fly and when i lost the only hawthorn i had and Ron refused to give me another as he sat coaching Mr Marsden willing him to catch...
I hope there's a lot more photographs to come. It would be nice to identify everyone although hard to mistake Ron, Graham, Bryan, and Barney. Even harder to mistake Miss Gobby (oops, sorry, I mean the ever effervescent Wendy).
EDIT: What a nice touch and an expensive one by the sound of it, from the Bone Collector. Congratulations Ron, it sounds as if you have a fan there.
Speaking of effervescence, had Barney been taking the Andrews before he arrived, or was it just the remains of another "last night" curry?
Roll on Saturday, but in answer to Nigel's demand, just don't lend Barney any bait.
All the way there he held it in and then played the trumpet voluntary as soon as he came across to say hello. The owner's dog ran off, Ron spluttered and said, "Oh goodness, that's terrible," and then went green. Everyone else chorused "you dirty b******!" and then ran after the dog.
I hope you don't mind but I am sending this message on behalf of my husband Steve King who is supposed to be going to some fishing event on Saturday. He has asked me to tell you that he is in hospital. He had an asthma attack yesterday. Not sure when they will let him come home. He says to hold his place and he will give you a definite answer on Thursday.