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Kevin Parr

Film: Forgotten Lake

    Garrett Fallon explores the fishing potential of a long forgotten lake. There are rumours and myths, and tales of predation – but what can Garrett discover over the course of a couple of increasingly stormy, winter days?

Parr’s Diary – December 2018 – History Repeating

December bustled in with its usual tinsel-edged blur; a flurry of fairy lights and fake snow, sentimentalism and overindulgence. Festive smiles seem ever more forced though. Money is tight and political uncertainty, no matter where you sit, does little to inspire the notion of fun. It can be a tough period for the self-employed. As …

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Film: Sturgeon Hunter

  Earlier this year, Garrett ventured to Canada in the hope of fulfilling a lifetime’s ambition of catching a fish bigger than himself. Nick went with him, and took his camera equipment along. The resulting film is Fallon’s Angler’s most ambitious yet – and is launched to coincide with Issue 14.

Parr’s Diary – October 2017. The start of the perch season…

It has been a little while coming, but this morning brought the first frost of the autumn—with October almost over. The air had a clean, sweet edge that I could even taste from the warmth of my duvet, and as I look out of the window now (just after midday) there is a quality to …

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Parr’s Diary – September 2017. Back on the Dorset Stour…

Growing up among the chalk stream sparkle of central Hampshire left me with a slightly distorted view of river life. The Itchen and her tributaries changed little across the seasons. They would invariably run clear, the weedbeds seemed rarely to thin and the trout could always be found in their usual lies. On rare occasions …

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Parr’s Diary – July 2017: of mushrooms, mackerel and a quartet of carp

It has been a long time since my fishing took a truly unexpected turn, but July has delivered a fresh and local diversion that has given my summer quite a lift. In fact, there has been enough going on for me to start to diarise as a piece for Fallon’s angler Issue 11, providing our …

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Parr’s Diary – December 2016

Festive television is invariably underwhelming. Full of re-makes, repeats and Christmas ‘specials’ that make you smile, but only because the excess of port and stilton has left you mildly stupefied. I did watch Charlie Brooker’s 2016 Wipe last evening though, and it certainly didn’t disappoint. Mind you, the past twelve months have delivered plenty of …

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