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Traditional Angling - Fennels Journal - No. 6 Fennel Hudson

Traditional Angling - Fennels Journal - No. 6

Fennel Hudson

Published August 16th 2013
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Kindle Edition
136 pages
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Fennel’s Journal is the heartfelt and entertaining account of one man’s search for an old-fashioned and peaceful rural life. Written by eccentric English countryman Fennel Hudson, the Journal traces his attempts to balance the pressures of modernMoreFennel’s Journal is the heartfelt and entertaining account of one man’s search for an old-fashioned and peaceful rural life. Written by eccentric English countryman Fennel Hudson, the Journal traces his attempts to balance the pressures of modern living by following the mantra of ‘Stop – Unplug – Escape – Enjoy’.Brought to life by a mixture of thought-provoking and humorous incidents, Fennel’s writing is deeply personal, self-effacing, and honest. As one reader commented, “Fennel is the only author who can make me laugh out loud and cry in the same sentence. His Journal had me constantly in tears, for all the right reasons”.Traditional Angling celebrates old-fashioned fishing, where the angler uses vintage tackle and fishes in an uncompetitive way, for the pure pleasure of being beside water. It wears its heart on its sleeve and a wildflower in its lapel. Its passionate, provocative and eccentric, written for those who appreciate the aesthetics of angling and uphold its sporting traditions. As such, it appeals to both fly and bait fishers, and to non-anglers as well. So, with great enthusiasm, we ask that you read this, and bring out your bamboo rods for an adventure that proves there’s more to fishing than catching fish.About the author:Fennel Hudson is a lifestyle and countryside author known for his Fennel’s Journal publication and Fennel’s Priory website and broadcasts. He is a traditionalist who values old-fashioned things and champions a relaxing and peaceful rural life. Much of his writing centres on what he calls ‘The Quiet Fields’ – those quiet corners of the landscape where time moves slowly and nature exists undisturbed.