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    Default A man may fish

    I found this picture while browsing. It's good to put a picture to those words even though Kingsmill Moore did a very good job of that himself.
    A treat for fans of his book and the chapters on Jamsie.http://www.oughterardheritage.org/pa...ath__0p4p.aspx

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    Quote Originally Posted by glasha boy View Post
    I found this picture while browsing. It's good to put a picture to those words even though Kingsmill Moore did a very good job of that himself.
    A treat for fans of his book and the chapters on Jamsie.http://www.oughterardheritage.org/pa...ath__0p4p.aspx
    Many thanks, its a very interesting photo. A man may fish is a great book,and one of my favourite chapters is of his days afloat on the Corrib with Jamsie. The boatmen manouvered the boat to Jamsies advantage over the shallow reefs of Corrib as he often took up a rod and fished against Kingsmill moore. The great man saw through it though eventually

    Steve

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    Grand hat....he wears ........

    Theodore Conyngham Kingsmill Moore....1893 21 January 1979

    became a Senator in 1943.....

    called to the inner bar in 1934.......

    knew Hugh Falkus.....?
    Grey Monkey
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    So ! what part of the river has the "game" angler nominated as a sanctuary for all

    fish?. The spawning streams/ rivers ? the headwaters ? the upper stretches ? the middle

    stretches , the lowers stretches ? the tidal stretches ?.

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