Burton Bradstock this evening

Discussion in 'Hook, Line and Sinker' started by Phil A, Jul 27, 2016.

  1. Phil A

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    DSCI0826.JPGDSCI0827.JPGDSCI0828.JPGDSCI0829.JPGDSCI0829.JPGDSCI0830.JPGDSCI0831.JPG Could see the sea boiling with Whitebait as I went down the cliff :dancy:

    Connected with a fish first cast but it came off, 3 casts later I had the first fish, followed by a second and third.

    Stopped there as that's all I need for food tomorrow :)
     
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      A fine catch Zigs. :dbgrtmb: Nice evening too. :)
       
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        Fresh mackerel for dinner tomorrow - very nice :blue thumb:
         
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          Hey, what's that shadow .... :th scifD36:

          Looks like a good feed!
           
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            lovely photos too :dbgrtmb:
             
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              Must have been the night of the long zigs :heehee:

              Can you believe this.. Went to get a disposable barbeque from Morrisons, none available and the summer isle is being emptied out and filled with back to school stuff :gaah::gaah::gaah:

              It's the 28th of July for Glods sake :doh::doh::doh:
               
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                Well done Zigs, were they caught with a spinner or feathers, I've been trying to catch one on a trout fly rod, but they are too far out for me to cast to them yet.
                 
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                  Our Morrisons has stopped the 8 for £1 flower buckets until the schools go back......
                   
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                    Ta Burnie :fishing: Dexter wedge spinner, they were in close last night, loads of Whitebait beaching themselves to get away from them.

                    Saltwater fly fishing is quite popular with some folk, not tried it myself :)

                    They must think no one needs buckets or barbeques while the holidays are on :rolleyespink:
                     
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                      Too rough and weedy for fish tonight, but a few pics anyway :)

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                        Loads of fish about tonight :yikes:

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                        That's breakfast and lunch sorted for tomorrow :phew:
                         
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