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50 Years on the Wye by Robert PashleyThis letter is from Robert Pashley, arguably the greatest ever Wye angler known as 'The Wye Wizard' Details

A wartime Fred J Taylor with his guitar Details

AHE Wood SlideshowThis slideshow is of AHE Wood, the father of greased line fly fishing and his family, cars and boats Details

Buller, Fred - Fred J Taylor Bench speechFollowing his death shortly after receiving his MBE, Angling Projects a charity that Fred J always supported decided to honour his memory, and that of his wifeCarrie by siting an engraved bench next to the lake at their HQ. Fred was proud to support their work of taking troubled teenager and getting them to look after themselves and learn how to fish accompanied by knowledgable anglers including Chris Tarrant etc This recording was of the unveiling undertaken by his long time friend, Fred Buller and Pat Walker. There is also an interesting anecdotes from keith Arthur including his novel twist on how deadbaiting was developed (even though Fred J had written about it 20 years earlier) but sit back and enjoy the tale. Please note before listening that the sound quality is VERY poor as it was directly under a flight path to Heathrow and adjacent to a railway line. It was also very windy and Fred Buller was struggling with a sore throat, so you have to listen hard to hear everything. (2008) Details

David Carl Forbes Letters Details

Dick Walker and Fred J Taylor fishing Details

Fleetwood - History & Demise of a Charter PortThis piece of film, donated by Dr Phill Williams charts the history of Fleetwood as a port and the effect the recessions in the 1970’s had on the charter fishing business and how it changed over the years. A fascinating piece of history Details

Fred Buller at River Reads Details

Fred Buller displays his 30lb'er from Ireland, now on display at River Reads Details

Fred Buller in Chubbs of Edgware Details

Fred Buller in Frederick Beesley's showroom in the 1990's Details

Fred Buller MBE Details

Fred Buller on Corrib 1973 Details

Fred Buller with his fishing hat now on display at River Reads Details

Fred J Taylor with the Tring 28lb pike Details

Fred J Taylor and his biggest british carp, 24lb from Sussex Details

Fred J Taylor and Sandy Armishaw the day he was told he was getting an MBE Details

Fred J Taylor in characteristic pose with the London tackle dealers on the River Ouse Details

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