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  1. General Board
    Well, my current Ribble fishing, we rarely see fish with us before Mid May- it can happen but rarely does. After this months T+S my hankering for some earlier fishing I thought could well be satisfied by Carlisle and a trip to the Eden.However thats 2 hrs solid motorway driving each way(its...
  2. English Rivers
    I thought it was time to open up the new thread for 2020. Best wishes for the season ahead. There's been a bit of activity in the past week, so I thought it's time to kick off again. Tight lines to all Ribble rods:thumb:
  3. English Rivers
    Its never easy, but its always entertaining.
  4. New Member Introductions
    Hi all, just got back into fishing for salar after a 18 year break. Fish mostly on big Ribble. Been out twice in the last week, once to practice casting and again on Sunday to practice with a fly on... surprises at landing a fresh salmon about 10-12 pounds, not a kelt it was in too good...
  5. General Board
    My new club on the mid Ribble has some excellent fly water above all the main tribs and it's only small compared to the big Ribble. I'm considering buying a mid range switch set up for the smaller sections where 13/14 foot feels over gunned. Iv been looking at the greus Gr60 switch 7/8, what's...
  6. English Rivers
    Best wishes for the New Year to all Ribble rods. Lets hope we get more water for the season a head & hopefully better runs of fish. I know it's a salmon forum but are there any of you out fishing for Grayling ? If so it would be great to read your reports on how your doing.
  7. Picture Gallery
    Lovely sunny day, we took a drive around Slaidburn, Newton, Clitheroe, Sabden, Barley, Downham, Gisburn including a few stops on the Hodder and Ribble. A few pics below.
  8. English Rivers
    Hi Guys Any info on mid Ribble beats thanks.
  9. General Board
    An open letter to The Duke of Alta Since I have drifted gently into my mid-forties my tastes have gradually changed. It used to be a simple case of letting the dog see the rabbit & let the dog run. Since becoming a resolutely married family man, my top shelf material has become just as exotic...
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