A Day On The Firth

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A Day On The Firth

Postby Scribe » Wed Oct 10, 2018 5:35 pm

Spring has sprung
The grass has rizz
I wonder where the birdies is.

We know where they are, they are in the ground. Since the big aerial poisons began in the Late seventies and eighties we bushmen have had to live without our dawn chorus. Thank God mostly our seas still provide the food that an old hunter needs to feed his family. Three of us had this day out on Saturday for the Thames/Workermans fishing completion.

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Re: A Day On The Firth

Postby tetawa » Wed Oct 10, 2018 8:37 pm

Yes, need to get my ass into gear and wander down the Firth.
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Re: A Day On The Firth

Postby Packhorse » Wed Oct 10, 2018 10:41 pm

...just gotta go fishing full stop..


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Re: A Day On The Firth

Postby Scribe » Thu Oct 11, 2018 9:02 am

tetawa wrote:Yes, need to get my ass into gear and wander down the Firth.


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Re: A Day On The Firth

Postby Scribe » Fri Oct 12, 2018 1:17 pm

Scribe wrote:Spring has sprung
The grass has rizz
I wonder where the birdies is.

We know where they are, they are in the ground. Since the big aerial poisons began in the Late seventies and eighties we bushmen have had to live without our dawn chorus. Thank God mostly our seas still provide the food that an old hunter needs to feed his family. Three of us had this day out on Saturday for the Thames/Workermans fishing completion.

A Great Day On The Firth.jpg


I forgot to mention that two of my John Dory won Ist and 2nd price for the heaviest John Dory of the day.
I suppose I should also mention that those two were the only John Dory weighed in that day.
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Re: A Day On The Firth

Postby Packhorse » Fri Oct 12, 2018 10:18 pm

Scribe wrote:
Scribe wrote:Spring has sprung
The grass has rizz
I wonder where the birdies is.

We know where they are, they are in the ground. Since the big aerial poisons began in the Late seventies and eighties we bushmen have had to live without our dawn chorus. Thank God mostly our seas still provide the food that an old hunter needs to feed his family. Three of us had this day out on Saturday for the Thames/Workermans fishing completion.

A Great Day On The Firth.jpg


I forgot to mention that two of my John Dory won Ist and 2nd price for the heaviest John Dory of the day.
I suppose I should also mention that those two were the only John Dory weighed in that day.

classic...


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