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High tide yesterday

Postby pros » 18 Sep 2020, 17:56

I had been watching the conditions for a few days and there was an on shore breeze for a change and an overcast day was promised,also it was a fairly big tide. I had the pump out at low and got some blow lug and a few blacks. In addition I had frozen black, squid and sand eel.
I fished mainly sand eel at distance on loop rigs that I found tangled rather on the retrieve and worm and squid at various shorter distances on flappers. The result was another blank unfortunately. I did take some pictures including one of my new tackle trolley but they have disappeared into the ether.
A nice afternoon to be out with more sunshine than forecast.
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Re: High tide yesterday

Postby shacky » 18 Sep 2020, 19:04

Good effort Peter :thumb: Hope you get better results next time :fishing:
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Re: High tide yesterday

Postby Shane ousby » 18 Sep 2020, 22:51

Next time pros :clap: :victory:
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Re: High tide yesterday

Postby Terrybrown » 18 Jan 2021, 20:34

Unlucky Peter, :banghead: hopefully next time. :thumb:
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Re: High tide yesterday

Postby rob f » 19 Jan 2021, 18:43

Unlucky Peter :banghead: Good luck on the next session :thumb:
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