Please accept apologies as most recent update includes hew manu which has links to a number of dead pages at the moment.
These will be updated and added in phases:
- Phase 1 is to update Our Services
- Phase 2 is to update the Fly Tying Library
- Phase 3 is to add new Market Place
We have made the first steps in migrating from one ISP with their templates and have put temporary pages up.
They are generally working if lacking some of your favourite elements at the moment.
Tonight’s To Do List includes fixing the Contact Us buttons so that they work.
If you find something else broken or missing please drop us a line at email@example.com and we will resolve as soon as possible.
Thank you for your support and please keep visiting us at www.jonbondgameangling.co.uk
As the result of the current MICROSOFT host closing the service that we have been using to write and host our site we are having to rewrite, code and relocate our website with a new ISP.
You will be asking how this will affect you…
First, here at Jon Bond Game Angling it is very much business as usual. You can conatct me by all the usual means – post, telephone and/or email – details are on the Contact Us page at http://www.jonbondgameangling.co.uk
Second, in rewriting and coding the website we are expecting a few gremlins, please bear with us as we complete this processover the next 4-6 weeks.
I thank you for your understanding and support ias I find my way out of the techie maze. I like you prefer fishing…
The Meon Springs Coutry Day this year should be the biggest and best ever,now sponsored by Snowbee.There will be lots of things for everyone to do ranging from Fly Casting Tuition and Demos to Fly Tying,Shooting,Archery,Falconry,Country Craft Stalls,Tractor rides,Yurts and even a demonstration of Milking in the Dairy.I will be there heping the Game Angling Instructors Association with the Fly Casting Tuition,and the Wessex Branch of the Flydressers Guild with Fly Tying Demos so please come and say hello.
How I wish we had this warm weather in Ireland last week.Arrived on Saturday 17th St Patrick’s Day!foggy and bit overcast,had a look around at all of the local marks,then Ireland vs England Rugby so a good start.Sunday bright light winds 2 Bass 1 on soft plastic lure then 1 on the flyrod what a buzz!.Salmon fishing in the afternoon ,3 parr no salmon a great day.Monday weather windy and overcast unable to flyfish went Bass fishing using peeler crabs caught a couple one about 5 or 6 lbs spawned out what a fight,shame it wasn,t on the fly rod.Tuesday Seatrout fishing in the sea but no fish ,back to the Bass but really beaten by the weather no fish .Wednesday Seatrout fishing in the Estuary ,one small Seatrout on spinner (too windy for Flyfishing) tried other marks but no more fish,rain and wind in the afternoon back to bait fishing for Bass 1 fish.Thursday a bit brighter,but windy,a long trek to go Pollack fishing of of the cliffs,caught 1 on a shad (lure),no fish on the flyrod (shame) Bass fishing in the afternoon no fish.Friday windy and wet tried several marks ,too windy to fish most,managed 1 more bass.If the weather had been warmer (we had temperatures of around 8 or 9degs) then we would have managed a lot more fish.Please visit John Quinlan’s website at http://www.thatchcottgeireland.co.uk and see what I mean,what a FANTASTIC Guide,what a FANTASTIC country,I MUST return
I was working at Church Paddock Fly Fishery near Winchester www.churchpaddock.co.uk Beautiful clear water with very fit Trout.Only 2 others fishing and they caught 3 fish weighing 10 1/2lbs ,12 1/2 lbs and 16 1/2 lbs .The 8 year old who I was teaching caught a 6 lb fish on his first lesson.
Well worth a visit. Jon