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Not the best of sessions.............but not the worst either.
Fished for the pollack last night,and it rained a bit....then a bit more..........then it hammered down.
Fished two rods,one with floatfished rag,the other with Gulp worm on a jighead.
Managed to scrape two on the float and just one spinning.
Maybe Ive caught em all???........................


 

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Nice autumn pollack there, do they taste any good from those marks?
 

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Nice autumn pollack there, do they taste any good from those marks?
Dont know to be honest...they all go back....they are nice clean healthy fish though so I would imagine they would.
 

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well there cant be many left you haven't hooked- they probably have lookouts posted by now
Got to keep using different lures,they know that weird things happen to them if they try to eat.
 

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Got to keep using different lures,they know that weird things happen to them if they try to eat.
Swimming around minding there own business, nipping out for a quick bite, then all of a sudden pulled out of the water, a bright white flash of light then reappearing back in the water-

i'd be cauious of the next thing i ate as well
 

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New target - 8lb pollack ;)
 

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Swimming around minding there own business, nipping out for a quick bite, then all of a sudden pulled out of the water, a bright white flash of light then reappearing back in the water-

i'd be cauious of the next thing i ate as well
They're used to it now mate, I'm sure 1 or 2 were smiling as the flash was going off. Lol!
 
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