Familiar

Bass fishing in Wexford

Few movements of wild creatures run to an exact timetable, year in, year out, and few are without their aberrant individuals; and few of us know our own familiar waters quite so well as we think we do.

Roderick L. Haig-Brown – Fishermans Fall

I’ve spent much of May indoors so I’m missing a valuable perspective, I don’t really know ‘what’ it feels like out there. Predominantly Northwesterlies seem to very much dominant and when I am out there it does feel a little cool. What does this mean, I’m not sure especially when I see terns loading up on high calorie sandeels. I’m looking forward to the opening in mid June and I hope to spend four days between the 18th and the 21st working on a project with David but we’ll see how it falls. Nearly there!

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