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 Curse of the Northerly affected catches first thing. Drifting across the tide, rather than with it, when you find a shoal, you trip across it, rather than moving with it. Not that there were many shoals to be found. Regulars Paul and Mark were joined by Scott and anot...

No sailings planned, as I was having a "smart" meter fitted. Not sure it is that smart. No sign of it doing the times crossword. It knows how much electricity I am using, but my old "stupid" one did that. It can break down the usage to hourly, but so can a calculator....

First sailing, out with regulars Armando and Pat, joined by suddenly more frequent but not yet FF Jon and Jamie down from Essex. Interesting session, with an Northerly wind blowing at strengths not mentioned by the forecasters the previous evening. Snag with a northerl...

First sailing, and regular Paul was joined by Keith, Kevan and Yvette. With all that is going on under the sea at the moment, it is quite hard to work out what to do where, but we started with a look for a coddie. We found two, one wee one for Yvette, one better one fo...

BIF1 bouncing her way out of the mouth once again. Seems like we almost have the settled Summer I was hoping for arrived. Although the once awesome forecast for the week, now looking like it will end with a bit of an Easterly breeze. Great for the shingle actually, but...

First sailing, with James, Ian, Lee and Glenn on board, to see what we could do. Always hopeful for coddies, I was actually quite suprised that we saw zero. Mackerel were a pain, a theme likely to remain for every early saying over the next couple of months. Some prope...

First sailing, and the first of all full boats over this weekend. With the last sailings being a bit less than I would expect for the time of year, I must admit I didnt know what to expect. Or even what we might find. I did know I had Mark, David, Tim and Paul on board...

Nothing amazing to report from today. Not up to my own expectations after so many coddies on the tide a few days previously. Back to a sort of, not so much bait around, hard to find fishes sort of day. Well, not all fishes. Mackerel far too plentiful today on most mark...

First sailing and I was joined once more by father and son duo, Marc and David. Terrible conditions for the fly rod, with a stiff Northerly wind forcing us inshore and drifts across the tide. A lot easier for the heavier lures than the fly lines, which catch the wind i...

Another day of struggle. Although, is it a struggle... I think I got kind of used to the amazing fishing of a few short weeks ago, as if it were quite normal. But now, perhaps we are back closer to normality. Although, I dont remember bait fish being so hard to find si...

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