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Old 23rd March 2010, 13:17
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That looks like heaven, so peaceful, think I will buy that little cottage.
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Has anybody fished the Laxford? I have 5 days there at the end of May
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Really! - Lucky you. I have hung over the bridge and admired the view and the fish running - but that was many years ago. I would certainly take Silver Stoat Tail doubles and some Cascades of various sizes. There may also be a local favourite fly.

Pray for rain!

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