(a) if I don't wear them I would get my feet wet. (B) wear trainers onto the beach for easy walking.Well done Tel!
Why are you wearing waders though?
Seen people before on Chesil with waders, I don’t really get it?
My thoughts being (a) if you did fall in they’d take you down like a stone and (b) not great for walking on shingle
Fair enough, but I’d prefer wellies or water proof-ish walking boots for Chesil, just thinking waders could potentially be a bit dodgy.(a) if I don't wear them I would get my feet wet. (B) wear trainers onto the beach for easy walking.
Sounds good Joe, can I ask (roughly) where you went at Abbo, left or right?I agree good for surf beach’s not so chisel but it was millpond flat last night not a ripple . On plus side caught lots of fish on a new mark so that was nice very busy right thru to low tide then it was like a light switch nothing go figure chisels weird man :ugh2::ugh2::ugh2:
Ooh, bad luck. It happened to me a couple of years ago, even saw the big head n bucket gob before the line parted next to the swivel.After you left the crabs picked my hooks clean then about 5 I got a gar (it's beack tangled on the braid) then as I was packing up I had a good bite, and a nice fight began (me thinking cod) then the rig broke.:mad2: Left the beach about 6.