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Boxing Day Walk

River Walk

Today was the Managing Committee’s annual river walk, it was a good turn out even with a cold north wind blowing and a good dusting of snow. The river walk is held every year to compile a list of instream improvements and list any areas that need trees trimming etc. After the walk any instream …

Working Party Dates

We had a river walk, on both the Frome and the Piddle last Saturday, casting our eyes over a few trees that need clearing and as a result of this there are a couple of dates for your diarys. Taking a look at the Piddle. 9.00am Friday 12th March River Piddle, tree work. 9.00am Friday …

Boxing day river walk

The perfect “Boxing Day” morning arrived with it’s frosty clear blue skies and bright low winter sunshine, not forgetting the biting easterly wind ! Meeting at Bockhampton Bridge, about a dozen of us headed off in an up-stream direction in a bid to shed a pound or two of Christmas Cheer !! With lots of …

Mayfly Day

Today I set out from Lower Bockhampton to fish the complete length of the Club’s water! (Photo: Bryan Clark) I started early at just after 9am and I was blessed with blue skies, along with a comfortable temperature. There were a few mayfly about and my first fish rose and sucked in the fly. This …

The Good the Bad & the Managing Committee

Managing Committee river walk today – we walked from Lower Bockhampton along the river to Gascoyne Bridge. The River was in excellent condition throughout and a grannom was spotted on the return journey. Thanks to Vicky for the soup. The Good The Bad& the Managing Committee (& John)

River Walk

It was the Managing Committee’s annual River walk today and we certainly picked a very wet one. We walked from Lower Bockhampton, stopping at Whitfield Hatches for hot soup provided by Vicky Grindle and continued up to Gascoyne Bridge. The river looked very low and in desperate need of more rain.