cathole


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cathole

(ˈkætˌhəʊl)
n
(Nautical Terms) one of a pair of holes in the after part of a ship through which hawsers are passed for steadying the ship or heaving astern
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HUDDERSFIELD Falcon signed off their club championship with the 10th and final round of the series at a bleak Cathole Springs above Holmfirth.
Falcon riders Andy Turner and Neil Savage (right) both impressed at the club championship meeting at Cathole Springs |
The engraving was discovered in September 2010 by Dr George Nash from the University of Bristol's Department of Archaeology and Anthropology while he was exploring the rear section of Cathole Cave, a limestone cave on the eastern side of an inland valley on the Gower Peninsula, South Wales.
Dr George Nash from the University of Bristol's Department of Archaeology and Anthropology had discovered the engraving in 2010, while he was exploring the rear section of Cathole Cave, a limestone cave on the eastern side of an inland valley on the Gower Peninsula, South Wales.
Before you hike, demonstrate how to make an appropriate cathole and discuss the rules for using nature's bathroom.
He blanked but the next day while fishing Catholes landed two springers on a Blair spoon and lost a third.
When I returned in the late '60s, Valdelagua was a ghost town, the doors with their catholes permanently shut, the overripe grapes on the vine climbing up the wall, feeding the humming bees.
For example, on one beat, Catholes, five beautiful springers were caught fly fishing in one day this week.
Catholes, probably the best spring beat on the river, is pounds 40 a day.
He then snapped up the famous spring beat, Catholes, and a three-day share of the small beat at Luncarty.
The Benchil, Pitlochry, Catholes and Luncarty beats near Stanley, in Perthshire, are currently owned by Heritage Investment.
For more than 100 years beats with famous names such as Catholes, Benchil, Pitlochrie Pool, Burnmouth and the Linn Pool have been a magnet for Tay salmon fishermen.