At the back end of 2011, myself Nick and Paul had a day on camera with the BBC. Trying to catch fish on the Manchester Ship Canal outside their new Media City offices.
You can see how we got on here
we are on for 5 minutes at 1.27.30 or part 18 if you click on one of the blue squares down below.
Sadly all references we made to remarkable resemblance of a passing Asian tourist to Kim Jong-il hit the cutting room floor.
The piece was made to encourage people to use the internet – rather than as a film about angling – which is probably a good thing seeing as though we didnt even get a bite.
manchester fishing Irwell Ribble Trout
excellent video Mike, i expect more bloggers to surface in the next few weeks
Really enjoyed that… especially the piece to camera. Very polished, as the previous commenter said, should encourage more to give it a go
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I read with great interest.The piece was made to encourage people to use the internet Your article looks nice!
great video mike
Fishing is one of the most famous adventures especially when you embark on the Alaska fishing-trips where you find a lot of fish like trout, pike and walleye in the famous lakes.
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