Coalfish

The coalfish is very similar to pollack and is sometimes misidentified by anglers as the latter. It has the same 3 dorsal fins and 2 anal fins, however the lower jaw is almost equal to that of the upper jaw. The lateral line on the coalfish is all but straight The topside of the body is a dark, brown/green colour running to silver down it’s sides, finishing white underneath. Coalfish can be found over a variety of grounds and are fairly common over rough broken areas and wrecks. Sadly the days when we would get large double figure coalfish have […]

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Dogfish

The Lesser Spotted Dogfish is normally light brown in colour and covered in small dark spots. the underside of the dogfish is normally white. Distinguishable from the bull huss by it’s 1 nasal flap that comes to form part of the upper jaw ( a huss has 2 distinct nostrils, read more here ). Dogfish are widely caught around the UK shoreline and are especially common off the north Wales coast. The dogfish frequents many types of sea bed from sandy beaches to rocky areas. The female dogfish are known to lay up to 6 eggs per week for 6months!! […]

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2014 Aboard My Way

MARCH January and February of last year, saw high winds and some pretty atrocious weather conditions blight most of the UK. We had our fair share in our small corner. It wasn’t until March 01st, St Davids day that My Way set sail for the first time in 2014. Our original first sail was two weeks earlier, however with the weather remaining so bad I took the decision to leave My Way in the yard, safe and sound whilst winds up to 100mph pounded much of the UK. Aboard My Way I was joined by 5 regulars, who have become […]

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2013 Aboard My Way

On 08th February 2013 we re-launched My Way after her period of routine winter maintenance and some tender loving care. Thankfully everything went well and over 09th 10th February managed our first weekend afloat of the new 2013 season. With spring tides upon us and not the best weather conditions, we decided to remain inshore on both days and try for a few different species to get the year underway. The first day and it was a slow start for a few hours, with only the odd dogfish and whiting making an appearance. A change of mark mid morning and […]

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2012 Aboard My Way

On 07th February My Way was re-launched following a 4week stint in the boat yard having some well-earned TLC following the rigours of the previous year afloat. The next few days were spent completing a few odd jobs before getting the kit ready for our first trip of the 2012 season. This trip was on Sunday 12th February, with a 30ft tide and 8 novices and 1 angler; it was going to be an interesting day afloat for early February. The big tides would keep us inshore, but a pleasant enough day was on the cards with a few different […]

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2011 Aboard My Way

    2011 cheap mlb jerseys kicked off with My Way being lifted out of the sea for some well earned TLC. We pull the boat out of the water each year for various jobs, along with a routine service My Way was this time due a good lick of paint. Stripping the red right back, the undercoat for the red was pink. Yes I did 2009 receive some very unwelcome comments and wolf whistles!       Our first few trips of 2011 saw is staying close inshore and fishing around our numerous marks in Holyhead Bay. Early season […]

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2010 Aboard My Way

    With wind, snow and freezing temperatures, topped off with a NE force 10 causing havoc in Holyhead, 2010 started in epic fashion. For My Way the year started the same as every other, being lifted out of the water for some well-earned TLC. There were not that many demanding tasks undertaken, more so time consuming. cheap nfl jerseys The deck was ground right back to the original gel coat, so that a new anti-slip surface could be bonded on correctly and also the cabin was given a good sand down and colour change. As ever the engine was […]

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