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I’ve had no time to fish recently but I have visited some interesting places that have a sense of disconnection. Disconnection from what you may ask? Phones, computers, roads, builders, politicians, the list could go on but I shall stop. Fishing is in fact my way of disconnecting from all of that and reconnecting with a natural, uncontrolled, un-sensored way of being, its why so many anglers fish. So with this in mind I have set myself a task to find a remote and disconnected water to fish, an un-managed and neglected place, the getting there will be paramount to the experience of disconnecting. I have a few ideas, from the west coast of Scotland, maybe high up in the Brecon Beacons, a remote bit of coastline or possibly a lowly fen in Cambridgeshire. Rucksack is ready with camera and tackle for my first trip which will most likely take place as the season starts in June, unless of course a trout beckons?

The search is on…