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Joined: 20 Sep 2016, 23:15
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Hi folks - Darryl here,new to the forum

Recently took up coarse fishing to keep me occupied,used to do a bit of trout fishing but
enjoying going after a few different species now.

Reading through the forum noticed there are few recent posts here compared to a few years ago -
is course fishing dying on its arse!? and if so why?

Been fishing the Union canal but seems a bit of a graveyard? to me anyway,any decent spots
local to Broxburn area?

Have been fishing the water behind the Tally Ho and wondered if anyone has fished here and knows
what fish it contains.

cheers
Dar


11 Oct 2016, 22:55
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Hi Darryl

No coarse fishing isn't dead! lol, more like ye olde forum's are, mainly due to much easier to use social media groups & pages.
We keep the forum going as it's still good for reference and the for sale & wanted section is still used well.

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Saul

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hi darryl , winchburgh clay hole had pike,perch,tench and roach but has been hit by the EUs . Baldy

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