Picking a swim and making up groundbait to get a bed of pellets and scent down is always a buzz on a new river, with the small particles giving them something to grub around
on hopefully drawing them in to your hookbait.
MINISTERS and their staff are being fed the best food available thanks to taxpayer subsidies - while schools and hospitals are having to serve the cheapest grub around
Amid much hilarity, wild boar, they explained, were very canny creatures and would not be put off by music or voices, if they were going to grub around
in a corn field.
Feed the birds - there's not a lot of grub around
at the moment for them so fill up the bird feeders this weekend.
Upper-slot reds will prefer a rougher, oyster-laden bottom and slightly less current, so they can freely grub around
for a crustacean or two.
It has been brought bang up to date by dishing up some of the best pub grub around
Sawfish use their spectacular and highly sensitive rostra (saws) to grub around
on the bottom for invertebrates, and to slash at schools of prey fish such as mullet and herring.
One in particular serves the best grub around
, but I'll be damned if I'm going to give you directions to Nick's place, or I'll be 100-1 against to get a table myself next year.
He was renowned for his sharp intellect, but what made him unusual as an administrator was that he did not grub around
for votes come re-election time - that he always topped the poll was down to his reputation for getting things done.
Probably because you don't have to grub around
in the brush looking for the lost shot from your shells.
For around a tenner a head, you can dip into Antoine's or Arnaud's for the beguiling memory of some of the best lip-smacking grub around
They are willing to grub around
in the real world when they think it necessary.
Abstract, highfalutin ideas are for philosophers, but we grub around
in the stuff of daily life.
What was missing in 1810 was a sharp lawyer prepared to grub around
without fear or favour.
He started his quest in April and has written 33 reviews of the grub around
Glasgow and on his travels in London and New York.