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Adjusting the angle which the sides of a spectacle frame make with the plane of its front. See pantoscopic angle; retroscopic angle.
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David's boat partner from the Aberfeldy Angling Club drew a blank.
Angling technique: Look for flotsam, any debris that can start an ecosystem of fish looking for cover; 100 dorado can be caught under a paper plate.
Director, Countryside Alliance Campaign for Angling, Kennington Road, London
Tony Bird, chairman of the National Angling Alliance, will join the board of the Countryside Alliance immediately, and Richard Burge, chief executive of the Countryside Alliance, will attend the meetings of the National Angling Alliance.
Stewarton Angling Club A Team, nine trout for 22lb 15oz.
Gilbert, Thack Angling Club, eight trout for 21lb 14oz.
The two competitions are sponsored by the Record and Tennents and run by SANA, the official ruling body of game angling in Scotland.
The heaviest trout of the night, a beauty of 3lb 7oz, was caught by Dunfermline Railway Angling Club competitor J.
At the weekend, on the Lake of Menteith, Michael, who fishes for the St Serf's Angling Club B Team, pressed the Snatcher into action for the fourth heat of the Champion of Champions and Scottish Club Championships.
They are: Albert Angling A Team, Alloa Angling Club, Caurnie Angling Club, Crieff Fly Fishers A Team, Cupar (Fife) Angling Club, Eaglesham Fly Fishers Angling Club A Team, Glenrothes Kingfishers, Greenlaw Angling Club A Team.
One such angler was Fort William lorry driver Tom Findlay, of Coull Angling Club, who boated three rainbows weighing 6lb 3oz on the night
That catch puts Rab, a member of the Clatto and Stratheden Angling Club, into the final of the Champion of Champions on October 10.