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Daily Archives: December 10, 2018

Brexit and Welsh waters: A story of hope, fear and uncertainty

Len Walters is in absolutely no doubt. “Everyone’s got an opinion on whether they wanted to leave or remain,” he says. “I don’t want to argue with anybody, people have different views about whether we should be in or out. But, for fishermen, it’s out.” Mr Walters lives in St Dogmaels, a village on the Teifi estuary right on the …

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Angling: Joe Farrell gives would be anglers some advice

Many would-be participants within angling would love to make the transition from being a pleasure angler to becoming a competitive match angler. For many today the use of social media makes this very subject even more appealing as reports, blogs and the live match coverage currently bring such a wealth of interest that has enhanced the sport of match fishing …

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