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Got out for a work match aboard Atlanta yesterday.

Found that the conditions were a bit breezier than forecast and from a different direction, thus much lumpiness of water and queasiness of anglers...

Fished a variety of inshore marks that all appeared to be very slow, with only Dogs, Mackerel, Scad and a Dragonet to show. Moved into a rock mark which saw a few Ballans landed.

We then anchored just off the harbour wall, where I managed to weed out this Barbie like Red Bandfish



which certainly helps my quest to get 50 species in a year.

Finished off on a nearby wreck, which saw an abundance of Pout, Goldsinny, Corkwing and Ballan as well as a few micro bream, small Pollack, Blennies and a Rock Cook.

I finished 2nd on the boat.

Tight lines
 

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:laugh: Well done, just shows that you dont need to blast to the horizon on a species comp. Plenty of Red Band fish around the breakwater, crackers aren,t they.
 

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Hay Gareth, Well done on the red band that's a cracker for your list mate, so its fifty your after good luck mate hope to do the same my self.
 
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