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Hi everyone,
after yesterdays crap result, returned to the tenth green at sandwich today, got off to a bad start as some bloke had the right hump and was actually shouting at another bloke cos he set up a bit close, he was 30yds away! including threats of cutting line etc, etc, a top matchman he was, apparently! i know his name but he'll remain anonymous for this thread! i think he said sorry in the end! created a bad atmosphere though which you dont need when your tryin to have a days fishing!
anyway, fished 2hrs down, 3 up, now armed with peeler n sandeel. again using 3/0 and 2/0 pulley pennels. much better days fishing, had good sized doggies from the off, soon got bored of that and got out my 1-3oz flattie rod n a fixed spool loaded with 16lb braid. had bites straight away on it, hauling doggies in on it was great sport! :fishing1:
by now the heavens had opened up, just after dead low water had a strange bite, reeled in and there was a bit of a fight, I had a smoothhound! albeit an 18 inch one and sharing a pennel with a doggie! then had a few whiting and pouting as well plus more doggies. good day in the end, shame no bass or skate but hopefully the smoothies are on their way! didnt see any other skate either.
apologies for the crap pics but i didnt want me camera soaked!

base camp as it started to p1ss down!


a pouting makes an appearance!
 

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Hi Nick, How do you actually get to the 10th green once in Sandwich, can you park quite close to it or is it a bit of a walk from car park.

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Thats dam right nasty Dave!!!!!!!

Gonna turn yr electric of in yr shed tonight now, say good buy to yr bait :bleh:
 

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Hi Nick, How do you actually get to the 10th green once in Sandwich, can you park quite close to it or is it a bit of a walk from car park.

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scorp n dave!
I'll let you two squabble it out! you can go through the sandwich estate but you'll have to pay a fiver for it! to avoid that little unnecessary cost, go all the way through Deal aiming for the cinque ports golf club, go past the golf club, towards sandwich yacht club, park up on the right n traipse across the golf course, bit of a trek with tackle.
 
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nick,

i spose that's a 3lb pout there eh?:lmao:

well done on your day mate.i had a "good day" at work :yucky: :yucky: :uhuh:

scorp,

i'll not loose much bait as the freezers are near empty!:g:
 

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nick,

i spose that's a 3lb pout there eh?:lmao:

well done on your day mate.i had a "good day" at work :yucky: :yucky: :uhuh:

scorp,

i'll not loose much bait as the freezers are near empty!:g:

yes mate, was a biggun, rod tip slammed over n the rod shot out the rest! :lmao: the bloody impact shield is nearly as big! :blink:

that work thing is highly over rated! :whistling
 

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Cheers Nick will try and find it next week, will have a drive down there and look for it.


Daveooooooo, i will nick yr front wheel on yr pushbike then so ya cant get to Blacketts no more!!!
 

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scorp n dave!
I'll let you two squabble it out! you can go through the sandwich estate but you'll have to pay a fiver for it! to avoid that little unnecessary cost, go all the way through Deal aiming for the cinque ports golf club, go past the golf club, towards sandwich yacht club, park up on the right n traipse across the golf course, bit of a trek with tackle.
legally the best option is to park at the bottom of the footpath from the yacht club. next to a field of cows, that s**t you up when you come back in the dark using your headlamp. LOL. then walk up the footpath to the sea and walk past the slipway.

you can also park on the private estate, prob best at night, it won't be long before the residents get the hump though.

or you can take out the barrier at sandown castle and drive along the top (ancient highway or something). you aren't meant to but people still do.

i don't see why they dont just let us park where we used to, put a fence around the car park and a pad locked gate that you pay say a couple of quid for the key.
 

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legally the best option is to park at the bottom of the footpath from the yacht club. next to a field of cows, that s**t you up when you come back in the dark using your headlamp. LOL. then walk up the footpath to the sea and walk past the slipway.

you can also park on the private estate, prob best at night, it won't be long before the residents get the hump though.

or you can take out the barrier at sandown castle and drive along the top (ancient highway or something). you aren't meant to but people still do.

i don't see why they dont just let us park where we used to, put a fence around the car park and a pad locked gate that you pay say a couple of quid for the key.
alright big guy!
did you fish that comp over at herne bay? how did you do? spoke to roly in ron edwards, he said it werent too exciting!?!?!

ps the padlock n gate option was a suggestion i put to some old geezer who was talking to the golf club about them denying access to the beach. if they even put in a fence with a gate to stop people driving up it would still be cheaper than all the signs around the place now!
 

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i did fish it, but should've stayed at the clubhouse at the bar.

i had to walk a good couple of miles, try everything i had in my box, and walk back with no bloody fish. LOL.

nice clubhouse, people and BBQ as always though. still enjoyed it even though i blanked.

you down 10th for a re, re match at the weekend?
 

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nah mate, off carp fishing up in norfolk this wk end, not expecting much with the predicted weather! wont be sea fishing til i go to anglesey with dave oldman and mates. the league i fish in starts up again in june so fishing round here will be off, the matches are all over the place this year from devon right up to arbroath in scotland! i really want a nice shore caught bass and i wanna make a big effort for the dungie sole this year though. i wish i had the time to fish the kent coast to its full potential.
 

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deal fishes better for the sole now than dungie for some reason.

let me know if you find time to fish round here and we'll see if we can meet up.

them ray had better be there, i'm still looking for a double before they move off.
 

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i would say usually over the top of the tide, not too big, and in darkness. the tides on sun and mon night are perfect.

it can fish over the low and on the slack water, but it's more reliable over the top.

if anyone is down there on sunday i'll be there. PM if you wanna meet up.
 
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