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    Posted: 24 July 2012 at 7:27pm
well what a day. me and al took the day of and had ago east. the weather was fantastic and the fishing was even better.

al started the day with a nice bass bout 5lb



i then had a pb brill 5lb 4oz and was super made up, especially as i called "doggy" lol



al had another bass bout 3lb and we ended up with 6 blonde rays, 3 each. last one to me and a monster pb of just over 28lb.



we had small stuff. i ended up with 2 brill, and 2 turbot aswell. al found the bass but couldnt buy a flattie lol. cracking day on true blue flat as a pancake. 22 knots each way, summer is finally here!
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Hi Hugh/Al,

I was down east as well but did not see you. We had a good day on the plaice.
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dont you ever go to work hugh, good fish there mate well done
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Nice flattie Hugh!

28Ibs is my PB blonde, takes some shift'in doesn't it!
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Originally posted by snowy snowy wrote:

Hi Hugh/Al,

I was down east as well but did not see you. We had a good day on the plaice.


Couldn't be arsed with the plaice Andy we had a plan for some fatties with the weather being so good we were fishing from 8.30am and packed up at 4pm. We saw Valkyrie come by but other than that it was quiet as.

Having another go Thursday with Duncan, time to hatch another plan.

Tony like I always say to my father in law, workings a mugs game, I work to live not live to work lol
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i think its live to fish for you mate
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Nice fishing Hugh well done on the pb'sClap . Who the hell wants to work in this heat anyway, just a shame I have to otherwise no fishing for me.Cry
god put me on this earth to acheve a certain amount of things in a given time right now i am so far behind i will never die
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Hugh, when you say east, as a rough area where were you fishing as im trying to fish differant areas p.s. nice catches
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Originally posted by skillpot skillpot wrote:

Originally posted by snowy snowy wrote:

Hi Hugh/Al,

I was down east as well but did not see you. We had a good day on the plaice.


Couldn't be arsed with the plaice Andy we had a plan for some fatties with the weather being so good we were fishing from 8.30am and packed up at 4pm. We saw Valkyrie come by but other than that it was quiet as.

Having another go Thursday with Duncan, time to hatch another plan.

Tony like I always say to my father in law, workings a mugs game, I work to live not live to work lol

There is a lot on Southsea beach at the moment!!!!
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East of the isle of wight lol. Sorry mate I can't give this mark out otherwise I'd get a back hander. It's been given to me in confidence and I want to fish it hard to see what else is there.

If your after blonde rays and flatties head to selsey area, for smaller turbot and brill including blondes head to the banks east of the isle of wight, culver/bembridge area
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