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Introduction
Issued for the first Cyber Signing in 2004, painter Carol Whaley consulted fishing magazines to create authentic kit and brand names for both sea and freshwater sport. This LP15 was shared with the Sidmouth building. Around 6-7 pieces were painted on London Old Curiosity, retired in 2005.

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A fly fisher wading for wild trout in Nine Mile Water on the Test in Hampshire. This world famous chalkstream is the birth place of modern fly fishing and features in all great fishing literature. 

Hazle Ceramics
Rods ’n’ Reels
Limited Painting of 15
on London Old Curiosity

£97.50 Worldwide
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 Dated 1567, this is a rare survivor of the Great Fire of London in 1666. When Dickens lived nearby in the early 1840s he is known to have visited the shop several times, then part of the Care Market area.
Big-game line fishing for marlin in Mexico. 

Recreational Fishing
“The Compleat Angler” by Isaak Walton in 1653 is still regarded as a defining work. For competition or pleasure, the rules often prohibit nets or non-mouth hooks. Catch (or tag) and release can be required too. Big-game fishing by line for tuna, shark, marlin and other species started with motorised boats circa 1897. Trout tickling and fishing by hand (noodling) or with kayaks is also recreational.

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