Another oily calm day on Wednesday, with a haze that cut visibility to a mile. As the plaice hunt had been very dissappointing on Saturday I decided to try Bullocks for bream. The last of the ebb was running as I arrived, and the first three drops produced two pollack (don't they go on a light rod!) and my first bream of the year, of about two pounds. I thought that would be that start of a grand day. Unfortunately the tide was such a small one there was very little movement to get fish feeding, and the rest of the day only produced dogfish, pout and the occasional garfish to get the pulse racing. With a bit more tide I am sure the bream will feed now. I expect Bullocks and Boulder will look like Sainsburys car parks for the next few weekends. Lets hope tope and smoothies arrive soon to spread the interest out a bit.