Watersports

Tackle Review – Black Minnow by Fiiish

  This is Fiiish’s Black Minnow. I really like the 12g, it swims really nicely and you can easily work it over shallow ground, which makes them ace for bass. They’re a French soft plastic lure but are now getting very popular over here. The Black Minnow is made up of three sections. 1. Weighted head with big eye which is sure to attracted predatory fish. 2. Soft plastic body which gives it a great swimming motion. 3. Weedless style…

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The Man Cave

Top 5 Horror Movies of the 70’s – Ready For Halloween

  We are now in October, the month of Halloween. So being a horror fan, I thought I’d write a series of posts about my favourite horror films of each decade. I thought I’d start chronologically with the earliest post – the 70’s. Here we go… Halloween Directed by John Carter who also wrote the memorable theme, Halloween is one of the films that started off the slasher genre and introduced the now infamous character Michael Myers (no not the…

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Outdoor Adventures

5 Degrees West – Beer and Cider Festival

  I spent Saturday afternoon down at 5 Degrees West in Falmouth, it’s normally one of the better pubs in the Town for a good pint, but this weekend, it was definitely the best.  There were over 25 beers and 20 ciders on offer and it was fantastic. A good beer festival is brilliant for several reasons: You get to try lots of new beers you probably wouldn’t already. A room is filled with people who drink too much beer,…

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The Man Cave

Bye Bye Breaking Bad (No Spoilers)

  Today is a day for mourning, for Breaking Bad is over, the final episode of the final season has been shown. On the other side of the coin, there is call for celebration, for Breaking Bad was amazing. I enjoy loved, every single minute of it, from start to finish. I want to encourage anyone who hasn’t seen it to see it, so I will not give away anything. What I can tell you, is what makes Breaking Bad…

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Outdoor Adventures

101 (almost completely free) Good Feelings – Part 2

  Here they are, the next 10 ways to enjoy the little things in life. Enjoy:   11. Popping bubble wrap – This must be a prehistoric instinct, every person, in every country loves this. 12. Swinging – No! Not the dodgy type, just plain old simple swinging on a swing. Fantastic. 13. Tea – Which ever type is your preference, plain old builders, fancy types, weak tea like my gran likes. They all rock our worlds. 14. Making the…

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Outdoor Adventures

Cornish Flag Crispy Cake – Recipe

  This is a cake that will bring a tear to the eye of any patriotic Cornish gentleman or lady. What’s more, it’s massive, delicious and easy to make. It’s basically one of those little crispy cakes you see at village fetes, but with the slight tweak of going supersize and using two types of crispyness to create the beautiful image of the Saint Piran’s Flag. Now strap yourself in, here we go: So basically for this recipe you are…

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Watersports

Dusky Surf at Godrevy

  A couple eves ago my friend and I had a great dusk session. The surf was good and the sea was busy until about 30mins before the sun disappeared below the horizon. With about 30mins left before pitch blackness everyone left and we finally had almost the whole beach to ourselves. Awesome.

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The Man Cave

Upgrading VW Transporter T4 Speakers

  One of the very first mods I did to my T4 was to upgrade the dash speakers. This wasn’t a permanent solution to the lack of good tunes in the van, but as a very easy and temporary fix – it’s a must. The standard head unit and dash speakers are as rubbish as you can get, so upgrading them is essential. I’d recommend getting the best head unit you can afford. The speakers are a bit more flexible…

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Outdoor Adventures

Ale Review – Cornish Mutiny from Wooden Hand Brewery

  I met up with a friend today for a catch up. As we were in Falmouth we decided to pop down to The Front. When we arrived I scanned their every changing selection of beers. I plumped for Cornish Mutiny by Truro’s Wooden Hand Brewery as I’ve had a selection of their ales before and they’re always top notch. I had also just walked past a massive billboard advertising their brewery on Killigrew street (so subliminal advertising might have…

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