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A beauty of a day on the river earn and the grayling must have moved abroad.too bright,too low and too bad,who cares,it was a joy to mosy on down the river.
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Well done Ian.
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where you find only elder trees, nettles and dreams. (BB - Denys Watkins-Pitchford).
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What a lovely looking river, that trout is stunning, nice pictures as normal Ian.
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Well done Ian , those pictures have certainly brightened my day up.
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