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It goes both ways, many times when fishing the river in winter, nothing about, boats have come past me close enough to hit the end of my rod, why not just move across. One incident I did enjoy was after launching my dingy at sutton, I moored at the top end of the 24 hour moorings to wait for my frie...
- June 14th, 2020, 5:15 pm
- Forum: Environmental
- Topic: Remove Sunken Houseboat From Norfolk Broads
- Replies: 10
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I saw the owner of the sunken vessel was moored with it a couple of weeks back, probably unloading some more crap onto it.
- May 13th, 2019, 6:54 pm
- Forum: General
- Topic: Onboard The Norfolk Trading Wherry, 'Albion'
- Replies: 2
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Was lucky enough to sail on her last summer from Womack to Ranworth and back, can feel the power in the sail when underway, advise anyone to do it if you get the chance.
Regularly launch at sutton with a 14ft boat, can be a bit awkward sometimes but never had a massive problem. Use Thurne slip way in the summer, quite steep and can be shallow on a low tide, honesty box alongside!
- January 19th, 2019, 8:29 pm
- Forum: Norfolk Broads News
- Topic: Thousands of fish saved from salt water during tidal surge
- Replies: 1
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This does a fantastic job, why a similar thing would not be done at acle bridge which would save many more as well as flooding prevention, salt got above ludham bridge and up to horning in this surge!