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Kitchen Sinks and "Little Brown Jobs"

June 25, 2005 By: Marshall Cutchin

These are the implements required for fishing for sea bass in the River Torridge estuary just outside Biddeford, England, according to this piece by Richard Donkin in the Financial Times. “There is something quite spooky about wading a river in near blackness. Above the run of the stream every noise is magnified. The constant rustling of unseen creatures about their nocturnal foraging is punctuated by the screeching of tawny owl chicks, a cow coughing, a startled pheasant and, most exciting of all, the occasional big splash.”