Tiny lift bites result in huge specimen roach haul

ROACH ace Charlie Kemmett spotted the slightest lift bites while float fishing, but he hit them, to put together this amazing haul of specimen redfins. Charlie Kemmett with his impressive Winkton roach haul. Fishing at Winkton on the Hampshire Avon, Charlie is pictured above holding his best fish, of 3 lb 1 oz. The others […]

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Dam fine: estate owneds across UK queue up to reintroduce beavers

Beavers can regenerate landscapes, encourage wildlife and prevent flooding, and they have friends in high places The must-have accessory for every English country estate was once a gothic folly, a ha-ha or a croquet lawn. Now it is a pair of beavers. Landowners and large estates are racing to acquire licences to reintroduce the water-loving […]

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40 Winners Of The Greatest Photoshop Battles Ever( New Pics)

Every now and then, a photo so ambiguous emerges, it’s merely praying to be featured on the subreddit r/ photoshopbattles. From the President of France celebrating a football match to a sleepy 2-year-old, Bored Panda has compiled a listing of before-and-after pictures from the wackiest PS combats on Reddit, demonstrated that a good photo editor […]

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Chinese coronavirus and Brexit effects for UK fishing tackle trade

THE Angling Trades Association has warned that tackle manufacturers face a really difficult year, contending with the two biggest news events of 2020. Will tackle shops struggle to get products over the months ahead? The Chinese coronavirus crisis, which has caused health worries worldwide, plus the early days of Brexit, have dominated the national news. […]

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Bringing tech efficiencies to the agribusiness market, Silo harvests$ 3 million

Roughly $165 billion worth of wholesale create is bought and sold every year in the U.S. And while that number is expected to go up to $ 1 trillion by 2025, the business of agribusiness remains unaffected by technology advancements that have reshaped almost every other industry. Now Silo, a company that recently created$ 3 […]

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The jaguars fishing in the sea to survive

The big cats resourceful new behaviour was recorded by a WWF study on a remote island off the coast of Brazil A thriving population of jaguars living on a small, unspoilt island off the coast of the Brazilian Amazon has learned to catch fish in the sea to survive, conservationists have found. The Maracá-Jipioca Ecological […]

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Bachelor Contestant Lost a Cosmo Cover Over a Racist Fish Campaign

Victoria Fuller might have won the Cosmopolitan photo shoot challenge on The Bachelor Monday night, but don’t look for her digital cover any time soon. As hardcore Bachelor Nation devotees who follow the franchise’s on- and off-screen drama have likely already surmised, it seems a previous modeling gig lost Victoria her cover—specifically, the time she […]

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£4.5 million scheme ‘will destroy’ prime bream and pike fishing

ANGLERS fear a £4.5 million scheme to clear the water clarity at a prime venue will destroy the fishing. Norfolk Broads bream, plus other species, are at risk. Natural England hopes to introduce three fish barriers to isolate noted Norfolk Broads venue, Hoveton Great Broad, from the River Bure. Concerns were raised at the start […]

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All of the ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Easter eggs discovered by fans

Avengers: Endgame is now the highest-grossing film of all time, which comes as no surprise considering the frenzied fandom that waited a year to witness the fallout from 2018’s  Avengers: Infinity War. And in the four months since the blockbuster hit theaters, dedicated fans still can’t seem to get enough–watching and rewatching in an attempt to soak […]

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Who owns water? The US landowners putting barbed wire across rivers

New Mexico is a battleground in the fight over once public waterways, triggering dreads it could define a national precedent As Scott Carpenter and a few friends paddled down the Pecos river in New Mexico last May, taking advantage of spring run-off, the lead boater yelled out and made a swirling hand motion over his […]

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