Pure Fishing July species competition

Enjoyable but hard day afloat today. Winds gusting 25mph put the lads in awkward conditions for the 2nd day of our July Pure Fishing species competition. Plenty of fish at anchor, dogs in particular but also a good few huss and smoothhounds. Fortunately the weather backed off for the last couple hours and we were able to spread our wings more on the drift. Species for the day consisted of dogfish, hound, huss, dab, poor cod, codling, spotted ray, tub gurnard, ballan, pollack and cuckoo. An acceptable return in the seas encountered. Just over 300 fish caught in the day […]

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Harder Fishing

The fish have made it hard work for us over the passed few days, having been blessed with great weather and great fishing of recent months we’ve struggled for quantity and at times quality this week. Some good fish have been caught but they have made the Anglers work hard for every bite. Little surprise earlier this week was this tiny grey Gurnard, caught by My Way regular Pete Minns More photos in Gallery 236  

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Mighty Mini

Fishing as good as the weather yesterday, little bit on the poor side, certainly neither as good as we’ve enjoyed of late. Never the less a mixed bag of species and a joke or two keeping spirits high. Loving this ginormous long spined sea scorpion caught by Mike Kelly, one of the largest I’ve seen

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Service day

Scheduled service day today, normally we just wait for a weather day, but so great is the weather of recent months a plan is required lol. Great day cleaning and a full service on a calm sea with the sun shining down     

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What a ray day

Plenty of rays on Weds 18th, along with a good number of mackerel, huss and black bream. Sadly the tope never showed up for us unlike earlier in the week. Still great fun and some gorgeous sunshine and calm seas to end  More photos in Gallery 236

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Rays of sunshine

Great day afloat today with Stu and his crowd of first time Anglers. Drifting was a little slow in the wind and big tide, few small pollack for our efforts. But the anchor worked well with countless thornbacks, nothing of any great size sadly but a plentiful amount together with some nice huss and a teeny weeny smoothie. More photos in Gallery 235

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