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    Posted: 11 May 2017 at 7:18pm

Had 26 taker bream yesterday in a 1 hour spree after a pretty dire day on smoothound & rays. I am afraid the location is a secret but it was neither where most people try or a classic bream mark but it has always come up with them when conditions right.

I knew they were there but I think slightly clearer water & ground bait helped them get on the feed.

A few mackerel, scads & gar at different spots. Lets hope its a sign of better things to come!

The previous week was hard work with last Tuesday week being full of weed but did manage 4 thornback 6 - 11 lb and 5 smoothound between 8 & 12lb plus loads of dogs. 5 moves due to either weed or "dead sea" fishing.
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well done   sniffing em out
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hope to be out sunday weather permitting just got back from hols in rodes 28/30 degrees itching to get out first time this year .Bream smuts rays even dogs i really dont mind i hear there are gars around any mackerel yet .Dont mind if i fish the solent or nab or brack bay areas .
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Well done. Plenty of good marks that hold fish in tight spots if you are prepared to find them. Folk seem to lack confidence and fish where they know other people go. It is always worth sniffing out your own marks.
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Well done - that's a great result
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Sounds Iike you been having a great time. Well done!
Am going to try to get out Wednesday after work if the weather stays. Fancy catching a first mackerel ...
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I am giving my new outboard its first run this pm.

Out on Sunday with a Charter - Flamer ch77
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Bream seem to turn up anywhere that there are rocks on the bottom. What they see in slimey rock is beyond me.
Possibilities. Bayliner 2452 as per the avatar. Listening CH10 on the hour. Solent UK.

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