Weather forecast was was for light SSW today, yet when arrived at the shore it was blowing quite a moderate westerly, but at least it was dry, and remained so all day. Quite a big tide, 8.2 metres locally, and it carried a lot of weed plus other debris. Started by looking for a few peeler to boost the bait supply, then drove to Carsethorn for a short days sport. Five of us were the only anglers on the shoreline today. Peterthefisherman, Andy, Bmac, Tickety boo and myself. Lines out, two rods each an hour and a half after low water, just as the tide began to flood. Not too long to wait for the first fish, a flounder to Peter, then a slow but steady stream of fish came ashore. Not much caught during the retreat to the groynes, then a few again at high water at 15.00 hrs. Lots of weed during this period made things a wee bit difficult, but managed to cope with it. The heaviest fish of the day was caught by Peter, a fine flounder of 1lb.9oz. I stopped at 16.00 hrs. leaving the lads to continue for a spell, which they enjoyed, as the sun was quite bright by this time. The tally then was 64 flounder, most of decent size. Peter had the most with 18, followed by Tickety with 16, then myself with 13, Andy with 10 and Billy with 7. No doubt the others would boost that score before the day was done. Obviously with 64 fish landed we should be very happy anglers yet I was a wee bit dissapointed that we did not hit the ton, which this mark can provide on a good day. Nice to meet Tickety and Bmac though.