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nl_stphnsn Species Hunt 2020

Discussion in 'Species Hunt 2020' started by nl_stphnsn, Feb 2, 2020.

  1. nl_stphnsn

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    1. Flounder

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    2. Codling

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    Keep em coming mate. Not many cod this end of the country. Tough one to get here but never say never!
     
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    Plagued by small ones up this way, think I had over 10 that session. Still looking for marks for mini species.
     
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    Piers, breakwaters, harbours, down the side of beach groynes. That sort of thing. I am always looking for sea walls that never dry out.
     
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    8. Shore Rockling

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    Nice triple mate.
     
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    Thanks mate, I managed to find a couple of piers but was slow going. The rockling threw me at first due to the size of it & unfortunately didn't have my scales with me. But the width of my sheet is 22cm for a size comparison.
     
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    9. Hagfish

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    Not sure if it counts or not but thought I would add it just in case.
     
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    That's one l have noth heard of! Well done.
     
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    It's a horrible fish, produced slime that thick I had to cut through it with scissors. As well as trashing the rig leaving it in a knotted ball of slime twice as bad as an eel.
     
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    Never heard of anyone catching on of those.:thumbsup: They eat other fish alive.
     
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    11. 5 Bearded Rockling

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