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Kayaking was blown off yesterday so I dusted down the beach casters and headed down the wall.

On arrival it was horrible, gales, snow, rain the lot. One hardy soul was in bay 20 so I settled into 19. The weather soon cleared up and it was down to business. One rod with a large bait and one with small baits.



The large bait wasn't touched in the next five and a half hours.

Luckily the small baits kept me occupied. Five of these all like peas in a pod



and two dabs. No keepers but nice to see small codling in the river.

Packed up at 6.15. The guy in 20 hadn't had a bite, not sure how the guys in 18 fared. All in all an enjoyable afternoon.
 

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well done on giving it a go in them conditions mate, at least you had a nibbles, nice pair of penn power stixs, looks like my rods proped on the wall ! cheers neil.
 

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Well done Mark . I had one Similar the day before out of 18 - don't you fancy trying from the Kayak down that part of the river

I intend to try as soon as I can but working the next two weeks , Rumour is the big ones are in deep water - Launch from bay 21 - fish down and back up ??

Simon
 
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