Over, sure we get some warm days now, but you can see Autumn in the hedgerows and trees. I reckon its been a cracking year all in, seasons seem to have run about to clock work, if anything summer came early and lingered for a bit (still is round here!). I went down the river with Smudge for a couple of hours and watched him catch a few roach on seed baits whilst I fished worm and caster for skimmers (industrial fishing, I have no finesse), thoroughly enjoyed myself but I am now thinking about the beaches. Lots of small codling about though Rob Allen had a cracker around 3lb in a double shot with a pan sized sole! I swear to god, you'd want him to pick your lottery numbers if his knowledge of numbers went above 10! Joking aside, I know the guy puts the time and effort in, fair play to see it rewarded.
Update on the blog and archives with the EDP reports, brilliantly well done to the Egland team who came away with bornze from the world casting championships in Italy, a superb result against very strong Italian and Argentinian teams. Kev Southey finished 11th individually, must be nice that, 11th in the world, well done mate! Duane Lockwood too, we were pegged next to each other at a horribly windy SAMF masters on the shingle, smashing bloke and great to see the lads rewarded for all their efforts.