The Fishing Trip That Never Was
Published by Cameron Thompson]
Copyright 2013 Cameron Thompson
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It was a dull day in May 2012, in southern England, and low and behold it was raining yet again. Ever since the drought orders had been put in place at the end of March, after the driest winter since records began, it had not stopped raining. Little did I know that it would rain for virtually every day, from April, right through to June, and July.
I started day dreaming of what it might be like to have a proper summer, a summer with sunshine and blue sky, a summer with warm sunny days and balmy evenings, a summer where it wasn’t continually raining, all dull, cloudy and miserable. I started to daydream of going fishing, sea fishing in particular. So I started to search on Google for ‘Sea Fishing in Rye’
Rye is a beautiful old medieval fishing port and town, perched on a hill in southern England, not far from where the Saxons fought and lost to the invading Normans at the famous Battle of Hastings. Rye is also only about 30 minutes drive from my house down the A21, so I was trying to find someone to go fishing with down at Rye. It took me only a few seconds to find a post on some sea fishing website