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    Default Dr Malcolm Greenhalgh

    Sad to hear that he’s left us.
    I always enjoyed his articles in the various angling magazines , and one or two of his books rest on my shelves at home.

    He’ll be missed.
    Remember Thomas Muir of Huntershill

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    Omg I had no idea he has passed... a great man... will be missed....

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    Didn't realise he'd died. I'm sure he had an article in one of the mags recently. Always a valued contributer
    Morphfly

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    Very sad indeed, I very much enjoyed reading his articles and have a few of his books, R. I. P. Malcolm

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    Very to sorry to hear that he has moved on to the great river in the sky.

    He wrote some very good articles and books and enjoyed a life full of great fishing in many places.

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    Rip
    Regards Gary
    Fishing for 60 years and am still trying to understand why I do it, but I love misunderstandings

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    Default Malcolm

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    I also have several of his books and always read his contributions to various fishing magazines with interest as he invariably said something original.

    I had the pleasure of meeting him a few time on the riverbank and he was a great character. Lancashire's and angling's loss.

    Hackler

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    Sad to hear of Malcolm’s death. A truly talented writer, biologist and fisherman. His book - Ribble river and valley - is a joy to read. A passionate Lancastrian. RIP

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    A sad loss indeed. He was an authority on many things angling and a fellow lover of the River Hodder. Rest in peace

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    Sad news, another one gone. Condolences to friends and family.
    Cheers
    Aled
    Rhywle lawr yr afon/Somewhere down the river........

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