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Well last night I couldnt decide whether to go in the boat, or have a fish on the beach today. Well as they predicted some swell, and Friday market prices are generally poor, I decided to go on the beach. I salted down some raw prawns to toughen them up, then put them in the fridge for the night. I went down Caister beach today to get the last 2 hours of the ebb, and the first two hours of the flood. There no point in me writing anymore, as I took a video of the session!
 

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Nice video James. Good to see the little Coddy, who knows there may be a run of Springers at the end of February through March? 馃
We can only hope. There are so few of them now, its nice to see any. We didnt know what we had until it was gone really, I think cod will always be the east coasts favourite fish. Ok we have more bass, roker and smooth hounds now, but you cant beat seeing a codling.
 

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Well last night I couldnt decide whether to go in the boat, or have a fish on the beach today. Well as they predicted some swell, and Friday market prices are generally poor, I decided to go on the beach. I salted down some raw prawns to toughen them up, then put them in the fridge for the night. I went down Caister beach today to get the last 2 hours of the ebb, and the first two hours of the flood. There no point in me writing anymore, as I took a video of the session!
Nice little session and great to see the little unicorn.
I'm a great fan of raw prawn never tried salting down but will have a go next time, I can remember a few years back fishing with shell on tiger prawn at Shingle Street raided from the freezer and ended up with 5 different species all on prawn.
 

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Nice little session and great to see the little unicorn.
I'm a great fan of raw prawn never tried salting down but will have a go next time, I can remember a few years back fishing with shell on tiger prawn at Shingle Street raided from the freezer and ended up with 5 different species all on prawn.
They are an underated bait. I only had shelled ones in the freezer, and they are a little on the soft side, but salting them toughens them up nicely.
 

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Well last night I couldnt decide whether to go in the boat, or have a fish on the beach today. Well as they predicted some swell, and Friday market prices are generally poor, I decided to go on the beach. I salted down some raw prawns to toughen them up, then put them in the fridge for the night. I went down Caister beach today to get the last 2 hours of the ebb, and the first two hours of the flood. There no point in me writing anymore, as I took a video of the session!
Nice informative video Beany 馃憤
I enjoyed the watch.
Well done on the little codlet.
Shame the Dabs weren't big enough to give you a good ole fry-up.
Did you see many seals around?

All the best
 

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Nice informative video Beany 馃憤
I enjoyed the watch.
Well done on the little codlet.
Shame the Dabs weren't big enough to give you a good ole fry-up.
Did you see many seals around?

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Hello, no, surprisingly enough I didnt see a single seal which shocked me. The last couple of times fishing, there was always several about.
 
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