Piscatorial articles, experiences, tales both fictional and non-fictional, how to's, how not to's and related bumph from the Working Party. These have been roughly sorted into Coarse, Game, Saltwater, Poetry or General if they overlap or simply aren’t classifiable.

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The Stewart Tackle Box - HOF General - The Stewart Tackle Box - HOF by Ian

Ian nominates the Stewart Tackle Box into the PP 'Hall of Fame'

Added on 17/04/2009

Still Digging for Victory Coarse - Still Digging for Victory by Ian

See how Ian and Marmont Mere are getting on 18 months later...

Added on 17/11/2008

On Reflection Coarse - On Reflection by Ian

"It is said that you should not chase a memory in case it has changed for the worse, or is not as you remembered...." - Ian looks up a childhood haunt

Added on 02/03/2008

The Idle Angler: Part One General - The Idle Angler: Part One by Ian

Ian on the importance of being idle...oh and telescopic rods of course...

Added on 10/02/2008

The First Time Coarse - The First Time by Ian

"Memory is the first casualty of middle age, if I remember correctly...." Ian remembers his first time.

Added on 04/11/2007

Evening Coarse - Evening by Ian

"John M wrote a splendidly evocative article recently extolling his love of morning fishing. I, too, love that feeling of being the only person awake and up and about. All is right with the world and there is nothing to beat a tench dawn in my book. However, these days I tend to do most of my fishing in the evening so I was inspired to try to pen a companion piece..."

Added on 31/05/2007

Digging for Victory Coarse - Digging for Victory by Ian

"Ever since I was a small boy, and particularly since I have been a fisherman, I have wanted my own stretch of water..." - Grand Designs with a fishing twist but it's not all plain sailing as Ian shows

Added on 12/04/2007

The Wallis Cast – Variations on a Theme General - The Wallis Cast – Variations on a Theme by Ian

In struggling to get to grips with the Wallis Cast, I naturally turned to the internet to seek help and advice. Not only did I find copious sites offering everything from step by step instructions to video, I also found intriguing threads which suggested alternative versions of the cast, many lost in the mists of time. Researching these leads proved more fruitful and interesting than trying to master the basic cast itself, so I thought PP readers would like to share my findings.

Added on 20/12/2006

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