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Out with Brian, Mark and Martynas and much improved sea conditions. The rot has not completely gone, but it has been pushed tight into the edges by the recent gale, meaning the reefs a bit further out are really quite clear. Of rot, and of fish if today is anything is...

Sterile tide... 2 sailings for a grand total of 3 schoolies, 3 gurnards, a plaice and a starfish, and a squid dropped at the net. Enough said. 3rd sailing I cancelled.  Bit of a break now while winds mess it up, and I am not unhappy for that. Good time for anyone after...

Full boat of regulars for first sailing, and a clear agenda of the target, and the venue. And it only came together!! This years target of less bass but bigger bass continuing, with some better fish among quality shcoolies.  First two venues fished very well indeed. So...

Out with Anna and Ross this morning.  Last time this gorgeous couple sailed with me they had a bit of a bonanza day, so it seemed only fair that my first job was to manage expectations... "Guys, remember last time, the big cod and bass?"... "oh yes" they replied. "Well...

The stiff NE wind that had been forecast, most certainly arrived. Mark and Damo were joined by my old mucker from the Essex wetlands, Chris. Drifting off the beach on the new flood was really the only option based on the conditions, although the wind was due to drop aw...

Bass or bust. That was the orders from Jon. And Armando, a bit "plaiced" out as of late, was happy to go along with that. I had popped out the previous day, and had found a nice shoal, nipping two out before a dive boat plopped a string of bipeds in the water. I didnt...

More of the same really... Same wind, same cold, and just a single sailing as that SE was coming back for the afternoon. Mark and Damo were joined by friends Josh and Antony, and we went plaicing... We did shoot offshore to look for a bass and inshore to look for a bas...

It was my absolute pleasure to have on board Dong, Won and GS on board, for a stupidly cold start. The temperatures being forced down by a brisk NE - E wind which was to control the schedule for the whole weekend. Basically, with few bass close inshore, and the wind re...

Quite a quick report. I cancelled all sailings based on a really not very nice forecast. Wind, strong but from the North, and heavy rain. So, when one of my guys refused on the pretext that real men man up to a drop of rain, it seemed only fair to hammer in my point...

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A very similar day again in many respects. First sailing i had regulars Garry and Armando on board, along with a man who had made the trip all the way down from my teenage stomping grounds in Essex, and making up the group was Tracey, who had tasted fishing and liked i...

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