THE MARMITE FLY

The ‘Marmite effect’   I still clearly remember the first time I tasted Marmite, and that was about 30 years ago now! We had visitors staying, and over breakfast they produced a small dark glass jar with a bright yellow label. They spread this thick, dark sticky ‘stuff’ over their toast, and consumed it with … Continued

Irish Gold

Late August in the South of Ireland can be a tricky time for Trout Fishing. But today I was spending the day on the river Nire. The river Nire is a tributary of the river Suir. The Suir itself is famous for its dry fly fishing. This river system has a fantastic natural abundance of … Continued

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