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Monday, December 15, 2008

Gone Fishing


Whilst the bulldozers were busy knocking down Automasters these two were busy fishing on the Peak Forest Canal.

I don't know what kind of fish you will find in there.

10 comments:

babooshka said...

Fisherman will not hurry for no one in my experience.

Hilda said...

Sometimes, you don't really need to catch a fish to enjoy fishing ;)

Tash said...

It looks cold. (We are all fair weather fishermen.) I suppose he'll catch cold, wet & tasty fish.

nobu said...

Lovely place..
Even I could catch no fish,I could enjoy.

RuneE said...

"Gone fishing" is an excuse for anything and everything. At least these brought their tackle.

Clueless in boston said...

I don't think the type of fish matters too much, it's the fishing that counts.

Anonymous said...

I used to catch Jack Sharpes (tiddlers)in the cut. My dad Sydney I was told swam the length of the canal. He was a member of Hyde Seal Swimming Club for over 40 years. Champion Boy swimmer of Hyde. My granddad Moss owned a furniture factory and Undertakers business, Market St. Hyde.

magiceye said...

must be such a de-stressing activity!

crittoria said...

My boys will come in from an unsuccessful fishing trip, almost as excited as the successful ones. They'll say "Lots of fishin', not much catchin'!"

nituscorner said...

The place looks lovely ....but fishing is one sport that can test my patience. lol.

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