This week my plan was to test the Clyde , actually with not much expectation , however with some reasonable mild weather , Marcos , Glen and I went .
We choose Gourock , right across the Gantocks , one of the best cod ground back in the days .
Finding an easy launch spot was not easy , eventually we managed in the heart of the town . Today's tactic is light , Lrf rod , 4lb fluorocarbon and some tiny lures .
I then had my hook straighten .
Every so often the ferry boat would create a massive wave , adding a little spice , although we did stay stable on our kayaks . Glen and Marcos were enjoying the species tied on some buoys , even caught a mackerel .
We then fished altogether looking for some more pollock , slowly drifting close in . I stopped counting after a while , that good that was . The dead Clyde turned out to be alive .
We finished our day fishing the bay looking for more species . Still on the lrf rod working some baited sabiki we started to nail some mackerel . The whiting , small codling , baby haddock even flat fish were all on the species list . And so we went back to the town with an interesting day to remember .
On a more serious note . Lrf , Light rock fishing Rocks . With fine tuning those flimsy rods can take a pounding . Although a fine day on the water always be aware of the massive wave a ferry boat can create . Enjoy the photos , watch the video and tight lines all .