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    Hello everyone

    I contribute to the British fly forum and in the close season am enjoying reading what is on the various forums around the world . Hope I am able to contribute something to this forum to...

    Andy
    Fly fishing North Yorkshire

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    from across the Channel

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    A big warm Alaskan Hello to you Andy!

    I will keep an eye peeled for your posts, the hello is about the only warm thing I can offer right now.

    Ard

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    Andy: Welcome to the forum! When you get some time tell us what and where you like to fish, if you have photos that would be great also.

    Larry

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcnerney View Post
    Andy: Welcome to the forum! When you get some time tell us what and where you like to fish, if you have photos that would be great also.

    Larry
    Good morning and thanks for the welcome

    I live in Scarborough on Britains North Yorkshire Coast. I fish the rivers round here for Brown trout and Grayling and Occasionally sea trout. The rivers I fish are all within an hour or so of home and most are within half that.

    My nearest beck enters the sea about half a mile from my house and enjoys runs of sea trout and even the occasional salmon when the water levels are in spate.

    Andy

    Fly fishing North Yorkshire
    Last edited by Frank Whiton; 11-05-2010 at 11:31 AM.

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    Hi Coasty,

    Welcome to the forum. I hope you enjoy your time here with us. We would appreciate any pictures you can post that shows where you fish. We also have a thread that puts a face to a name. You might want to post your picture on that thread.

    Winter is a busy time for fly swaps and you might be interested in participating in one of those. Here is a link that explains how to post pictures.

    Frank

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Whiton View Post
    Hi Coasty,

    Welcome to the forum. I hope you enjoy your time here with us. We would appreciate any pictures you can post that shows where you fish. We also have a thread that puts a face to a name. You might want to post your picture on that thread.

    Winter is a busy time for fly swaps and you might be interested in participating in one of those. Here is a link that explains how to post pictures.

    Frank
    Frank

    I will be happy to post some pics, Not sure you americans are ready for my face though

    Andy

    ---------- Post added at 11:43 AM ---------- Previous post was at 10:36 AM ----------

    Ok prepare to be bored . The first one is looking over my local beck and across the bay to the castle , My house is about half a mile to the right



    The next two are of the river rye in North Yorkshire its about half an hour away in the car and is one of my favourite places..





    The next two are of the Pickering beck its small but has the most beautiful wild brownies in it . You need a wee 6ft 3 wt in many places on here





    OOps the next one is a little picnic that me and a buddy shared in a fishing hut one afternoon...I know there looks a lot but he was 6ft tall and scottish and he paid for the fishing......




    This is another stretch of a beck I enjoy fishing , no that isnt me in the river..


    and lastly this is the River Dove . Not the Derbyshire one this is the Yorkshire Dove...





    Hope that gives you a taster of where I fish

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    Coasty welcome to the forum. Those are great looking pictures and it looks like you have some beautiful water. Looking forward to your posts--- now i'm off to google the word "beck"
    Mark

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    I am going to guess that Beck is a stream or river.

    coasty, do you have to pay for fishing acess in most places?

    Frank

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