Somewhere on a Tarn in Cumbria… they had all this rare wet stuff falling from the sky, I forget its name now but I’d not seen any of it here in the South for some 12 months or so
Tony chooses a tool of mass destruction
Coming to a Screen near you … ‘Strictly come casting’… visual poetry from a couple of Masters
Wined & Dined ‘au naturel’… a Kelly kettle full of water from the Tarn
Paul reverts back to type… that of a pyromaniac from his early teen years.
Relaxing to watch Ian May with a double hander, he’s doing an AAPGAI exam this coming Friday
We debate tip rotation through the stroke of jump rolls & spey casts… as well as stuff… and more stuff. All this stuff is priceless and something you can’t put a value on.
I just shouted a lot
then we put some of the stuff into practice, making it work within our own unique styles
both single and double handed… it all seemed relevant
Paul had some rather unique yet disturbing nuances on how to improve your overall technique
There’s never a dull moment… AAPGAI Provisional, Advanced and Master assessments take place at the back end of this week so as ever I look forward to catching up with some great friends… now to log off and work on my demo content for the Open Day on Saturday… I hope to see you there.