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Autumnal swells.

Autumnal swells.

Often a time of bigger seas, much of our Atlantic coastline experiences an increased frequency with occasional spells of immense walls of water. The foaming peaks shifting about until they fold over and break creating plumes of sea spray, combined with the noise of roaring surf, it’s

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Time ‘n’ tide …

Time ‘n’ tide …

It’s always nice to have good news to share, and so it was recently when the guys at UKBLF organised an online charity event to win a pair of Costa sunglasses. The money raised was kindly donated to the sosb/BASS campaign, funds it greatly appreciated and it’s

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Temptations.

Temptations.

Weaving across the road networks before navigating through the smaller towns, following the prominently displayed event signs and eventually car parking areas. Arriving early among the parked vehicles on the fields with some people already lighting up stoves or munching through BBQ breakfasts ,the aroma of hot

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It’s here…

It’s here…

BASS Journal summer/155 is now flying off the press and being posted out to our members. It’s another issue with news and views from the society, with new contributors and regulars, not forgetting it’s the only and original UK bass angling magazine in colour. A hint of

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Why?…

Why?...

Why do we moan about the cost of things and still justify to ourselves why we need the new piece of equipment, or plan another trip out in search of fish, and our off-season’s often spent browsing online catalogues of ever more tackle, or bass lures that

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