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Old October 12th, 2006, 12:18 PM posted to uk.rec.fishing.game
Peter Kay
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Hi all

Sorry for the cross post but I'm a lazy ******* and will only say this
once! Have now been traveling the world for the best part of three
years and have finally settled for a while in a place called Gliwice
in Poland teaching English to potential immigrants :-)

Still have my Dufour 29 in Whitehaven Marina, this is where we live on
our occasional return to the UK. Not getting much (any!) fishing in
over here but will have a bash when we visit friends and family in
December.

Nice to see some old faces still around. I have added a link to our
online photos for anyone sad enough to sit through several hours of
pics :-)

Regards

Peter Kay

http://www.photobox.co.uk/shared/gro..._album=2921231
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Old October 12th, 2006, 01:41 PM posted to uk.rec.fishing.game
aquazur-dra
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" Welcome Back Peter "

Its Been very quiet on this forum Most ( like me ) seem to have migrataed to

http://www.flyforums.co.uk/index.php

http://www.seatrout.proboards21.com/...oard=Game&thre
ad=1127295074&page=8

http://seatroutfishing.proboards34.com/index.cgi

http://salmosalar.proboards80.com/in...=display&threa
d=1134498261

RE http://www.poloniumtravel.co.uk/activities.html

The Polish Angling Association run angling lodges and hostels which are
open all year round.
Boats can often be hired and tourist and angling information are both
available.
Anyone wishing to fish must first obtain a fishing permit which is issued
immediately by the Polish Angling Association.

Peter any English - Urls on Fly fishing in Poland ( In Case the old "
uk.rec.game Brenig Crowd " ) want top visit for a Fly fishing o?

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Peter Kay wrote in message
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Hi all

Sorry for the cross post but I'm a lazy ******* and will only say this
once! Have now been traveling the world for the best part of three
years and have finally settled for a while in a place called Gliwice
in Poland teaching English to potential immigrants :-)

Still have my Dufour 29 in Whitehaven Marina, this is where we live on
our occasional return to the UK. Not getting much (any!) fishing in
over here but will have a bash when we visit friends and family in
December.

Nice to see some old faces still around. I have added a link to our
online photos for anyone sad enough to sit through several hours of
pics :-)

Regards

Peter Kay

http://www.photobox.co.uk/shared/gro..._album=2921231



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Old October 12th, 2006, 01:59 PM posted to uk.rec.fishing.game
Peter Kay
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On Thu, 12 Oct 2006 13:41:48 +0100, "aquazur-dra"
wrote:

" Welcome Back Peter "

Its Been very quiet on this forum Most ( like me ) seem to have migrataed to

http://www.flyforums.co.uk/index.php

http://www.seatrout.proboards21.com/...oard=Game&thre
ad=1127295074&page=8

http://seatroutfishing.proboards34.com/index.cgi

http://salmosalar.proboards80.com/in...=display&threa
d=1134498261

RE http://www.poloniumtravel.co.uk/activities.html

The Polish Angling Association run angling lodges and hostels which are
open all year round.
Boats can often be hired and tourist and angling information are both
available.
Anyone wishing to fish must first obtain a fishing permit which is issued
immediately by the Polish Angling Association.

Peter any English - Urls on Fly fishing in Poland ( In Case the old "
uk.rec.game Brenig Crowd " ) want top visit for a Fly fishing o?


Hi David

Found the links below on a quick search, will have to do more research
now settled. Would be nice to get the Brenig crowd together out here
but distance might be a problem. Cheap enough to get here though and
cheap to live, 3 litres of the best Polish beer for 2.50ukp.Might stay
for more than a year :-)
http://www.fly.fish.pl/index.htm

http://www.fish.pl/flyfishing-in-poland.htm

http://archiwum.fishing.pl/article/a...Override=en_GB

Regards


Peter
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Old October 12th, 2006, 03:38 PM posted to uk.rec.fishing.game
Dave Lane
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Peter Kay wrote:
On Thu, 12 Oct 2006 13:41:48 +0100, "aquazur-dra"
wrote:

" Welcome Back Peter "



I'll second that - good to hear from you..

Found the links below on a quick search, will have to do more research
now settled. Would be nice to get the Brenig crowd together out here
but distance might be a problem.


you bet - hard enough t get the old buggers to come to Brenig these
days, apart from the hard core who probably wouldn;t be allowed into
Poland anyway....

cheers,

Dave
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Old October 12th, 2006, 09:24 PM posted to uk.rec.fishing.game
Alec Powell
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On Thu, 12 Oct 2006, Peter Kay, gave forth these words of wisdom:
Hi all

Sorry for the cross post but I'm a lazy ******* and will only say this
once! Have now been traveling the world for the best part of three
years and have finally settled for a while in a place called Gliwice
in Poland teaching English to potential immigrants :-)

Still have my Dufour 29 in Whitehaven Marina, this is where we live on
our occasional return to the UK. Not getting much (any!) fishing in
over here but will have a bash when we visit friends and family in
December.

Nice to see some old faces still around. I have added a link to our
online photos for anyone sad enough to sit through several hours of
pics :-)

Regards

Peter Kay

Peter we were wondering where you had got to!
I always wondered what happened to yachthawkwind.co.uk

Is it this long ago, on 16 August 1998 that you stated :

"I too have problems with alcohol. However, I persevere :-) You cannot
come to a gathering and remain sober, the posts following such a
gathering would be intolerable if someone remembered who said what and
when!!"

Happy days mate and Poland sounds pretty good to me when I win the
lottery.
Keep in touch and we'll let you know of our future pathetic attempts at
trying to get a few more people to join us in our endeavours :-)

Now...... pike fishing in Poland is supposed to be the tops..........
Cheers.
Alec

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(Waiting for the Great Leap Forwards)

Watlington
Oxfordshire
UK




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Old October 13th, 2006, 12:59 PM posted to uk.rec.fishing.game
W. D. Grey
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In article , Peter Kay
writes
Hi all

Sorry for the cross post but I'm a lazy ******* and will only say this
once! Have now been traveling the world for the best part of three
years and have finally settled for a while in a place called Gliwice
in Poland teaching English to potential immigrants :-)


Well look who's here !

Judging by your e-mail addy - your English lessons must be an
inspiration.

It must global warming, but you've come back and the other day we had a
contribution from Sam Kennedy now then where's the gentleman who went to
live on the Isle of Muck?

Best wishes Pete.
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Bill Grey
http://www.billboy.co.uk
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Old October 16th, 2006, 02:16 PM posted to uk.rec.fishing.game
Peter Kay
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On Thu, 12 Oct 2006 15:38:11 +0100, Dave Lane
wrote:

Peter Kay wrote:
On Thu, 12 Oct 2006 13:41:48 +0100, "aquazur-dra"
wrote:

" Welcome Back Peter "



I'll second that - good to hear from you..

Found the links below on a quick search, will have to do more research
now settled. Would be nice to get the Brenig crowd together out here
but distance might be a problem.


you bet - hard enough t get the old buggers to come to Brenig these
days, apart from the hard core who probably wouldn;t be allowed into
Poland anyway....

cheers,

Dave


Thanks guys. I think our friend who went to Muck was thrown out by the
locals for abusing sheep, or was it 'cos he wouldn't abuse sheep?? Bit
hazy now. Much Polish beer has passed under the bridge since those
heady days of gatherings and 10 message threads :-) Will hang around
and report if I ever get to fish here. Might be a problem during the
winter with temperatures in the -30s...
Regards


Peter
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Old October 16th, 2006, 05:24 PM posted to uk.rec.fishing.game
W. D. Grey
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In article , Peter Kay
writes
Thanks guys. I think our friend who went to Muck was thrown out by the
locals for abusing sheep, or was it 'cos he wouldn't abuse sheep?? Bit
hazy now. Much Polish beer has passed under the bridge since those
heady days of gatherings and 10 message threads :-) Will hang around
and report if I ever get to fish here. Might be a problem during the
winter with temperatures in the -30s...
Regards


P'raps they didn't have enough sheep to go round !
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http://www.billboy.co.uk
 




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