WATERSIDE DIARY ************** ************** ************** ************** `Hang on Tight` Welcome, Welcome to Monthly Reports February 2017 ************** ************** ************** ************** Weight Conversion          To Convert                   Multiply By  Pounds to Kilograms  —––––  0.4536        Kilograms to Pounds  —––––  2.2050 Hey where`s the Bailiff, I just cant believe this picture, I leave it on the site each year, its one to  make you smile, I'm not sure which country its from, but its a great picture. ************** ************** ************** Pictures Below: Steeple Court Lakes ************** We will insert pictures/Stories and any helpful information each month as it comes in. Don't forget to `Check Back` Maggots The life cycle of the Fly Fly lays the eggs At the pointed end of the maggot, there are two black coloured hooks, these are used to hang on, and to help brake down food. Hooks Spiracles,  During  feeding, the maggots head (if required) can remain under a liquid surface, as long as                   the  tale (the blunt end) remains above the surface it can breath through it`s two Spiracles. Casters hatch      as Flies Maggots turn   into casters At the blunt end of the maggot, there are two brown coloured dots these are the breathing tubes, known as the spiracles. Spiracles Eggs hatch as maggots ************** ************** Picture Below: Dino Ferrari. ************** River Farm Fishery         Fontley Road            Titchfield               Hants            PO156QZ E-mail: paul-reid@tiscali.co.uk Tel: 01329841215 Established 1994 ************** Pictures Below:    Jonathan Blackman Drawn by Dale Pollard ************** You can follow more of Dale Pollard and his artistic work at `DP Graphite`. Picture Below: John Martin. ************** For membership information  please contact: Steve > 07721089036 or                                                                                     Dave > 07900320858 Bait and Tackle shop closed  as from September 2017