Fern Britton savagely mocks Channel 5 co-star ‘See what she has to say’
Fern Britton impersonates Rosemary Shrager on a boat
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The Channel 5 fishing show has seen Fern Britton join fellow celebrity fishers Les Dennis, Linford Christie, Rosemary Shrager and Shane Lynch as they embarked on a new angling adventure in the lochs of Scotland. The series saw the group exploring the scenic Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park along the way, travelling from east to west. However, Friday’s final episode saw the former This Morning host swipe at her co-star Rosemary as she and Linford went shark fishing.
Speaking on the joys of going on sea fishing boat trips, Fern said: “If the fish aren’t biting in one spot, you can up anchor and move somewhere else.
“This is the bit I like, getting a bit of speed on, wind in our hair, it’s so beautiful.”
The fisherman who were travelling along in the boat with Fern and Linford explained there were many different species they could potentially have caught, including a spurdog which is a type of shark.
Fern asked: “How big are they?” with the fisherman replying: “They can grow about a couple of feet long, maybe more, yeah.”
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“Let’s see what Rosemary would say about that,” Fern said, before imitating her: “Oh, but you left too much meat on there, there’s much too much meat on the bone.”
Fern’s impression of rosemary comes after the TV chef’s typically brash nature in the kitchen.
Linford and the fisherman laughed before interjecting: “It’s not us eating them today.”
Fern replied: “No, the only things getting their teeth into this bait are sharks, hopefully. I’m a little bit nervous, but let’s see.”
Getting into the swing of things, Fern was amazed by the way fishing sharks came about and exclaimed: “This is very clever, I don’t even have to hold the rod, and this is anchored into this tube here, so that, when it pulls it won’t pull me overboard and I won’t get eaten.”
Fern explained that the type of fishing she and Linford were doing was bottom fishing, where a weighted line carries your hook down to a little above the seabed.
A couple of minutes later, Linford caught a fish on his line and exclaimed: “Fish on!” before Fern caught one of her own.
“Ooh, I think I might have something, we’ve definitely got one here!” she said excitedly.
The race was on to see who could land their shark first, as Linford was the first to feel his line pull.
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Struggling to get her line in, Fern joked: “Ooh, I can really feel it, it might be a submarine, I’m not sure.”
Linford was right beside her, giving her words of wisdom, shouting: “Come on, Fern, fight him! Come on!”
Just as she managed to pull up her line, she noticed two sharks were caught, but it soon became apparent that herself and Linford’s lines had gotten tangled and she was, in fact, pulling them both in.
“They’re both tangled, you’ve got one as well,” the fisherman explained to them both.
Linford joked with Fern: “You did all the work for me, thank you!”
Fern responded: “No wonder it was heavy I was reeling yours in.”.
Feeling proud of her catch, the fisherman asked Fern if she wanted to hold it, as she did she turned to Linford and joked: “Mrs Cocky Pants.”
The pair then managed to catch another four between them and Fern described their fishing experience as “totally addictive.”
Proud of their day and all that they managed to catch, the pair joked that when they would return to the others, they were going to gloat at how successful their fishing trip was.
Fishing Scotland’s Lochs and Rivers is available to watch on My5.
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