well keeping things civil-its a very strange question coming from someone with his background-i would have thought he would be the one advising us-
David McNair Education
David is an angler with over 30 years experience in sea angling including shore, boat and small boat. David has targeted many of the species that frequent the Scottish coastline.
David has also been at the forefront in developing angling opportunities and has been at the forefront of angling coaching in Scotland working on the UKCC source group.
His overall angling skills, and general angling knowledge, backed up with significant coaching experience have given him the skills necessary to help drive our educational programmes.
plus with new things planned it may have been better to be open and transparent [ why ] instead of just taking again.
This guy sounds like one I would be happy to meet and go fishing with, so what is the problem?
dodgey is well known on the forum so no secrets revealed -already well knownBlackmouth, a simple question has been asked and you have felt the need to take away the anonymity of the OP, and plastered his full name on an open forum... can I ask why?
secondly, experienced as he may, or may not be, before being able to pass on his experience, a tutor has to know what level his students are at already, so its a perfectly normal question, if and should that have been the motive behind it.
as I take it, the question has been asked purely and simply as as a pure and simple question with an element of curiosity.
when I go shore fishing I have a first aid kit, sharp knife, a foil survival blanket torch spare batteries , bottle of fresh water and not forgetting the ever useful length of paracord or rope.