Traditional landing nets large and small.
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"....he felt the gentle touch on the line and he was happy"
Old Man River
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Great first attempt !
Even better when you christen it !
Hurrumph....... whatever happened to Handlines ?
- Brown Trout
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Thankyou for your kind comments gents , the next time I will be free to go fishing is at Ravensfield so I am hoping a crucial will be gracing the net
I spend most of my life fishing the Rest i just waste
Evert van der Plas
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Well done it looks good for a first attempt
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That's a beautiful net, you should be very proud of it. I'm hoping to make one over the winter, can I ask where you sourced the net please....
'We fish a lot' Forrest Gump.
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