Angling in Leeds

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Hi folks. Just a reminder to keep things on topic. The last few posts were taking a rather unpleasant tone.

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warringtonrhino wrote:
Fri 24 May, 2019 7:33 pm
If you go to the place you want to fish there is usually notices giving the information you want.
also the relevant ASA member publish a list of the sections of rivers they control.
This mentions the stretch at Linton heading from Collingham but, and its not my field, of expertise it looks like members only given yearbook requirement
http://www.leedsdasa.co.uk/waters-rivers.php#
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Hi Tyke bhoy
did you realize that if you click on the photos on the Leeds ASA, and then the arrow, you get a location map with all the details.

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Thanks Rhino. AV or popup preventer must have kicked in. I could see there were embedded hyperlinks because the mouse pointer changed but for me hovering only showed the url for the page I was on and clicking either did nothing or very quickly refreshed the same webpage
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