High tide roughly 10.30 a.m. today at Carsethorn. I arrived about 11 a.m. just as the sea began to fall back. After yesterdays session I had very little bait left, only about a dozen crabs in various stages of peeling. Car park quite full but managed to squeeze in. A couple of lads fishing in front of the village, so I moved right to fish at the last groynes. Put out two rods, both light estuary ones, with 2 hook flappers, into a fish right away, then another seven before tide started to race out. A gentleman in the house behind me offered a bucket with crabs that he had collected yesterday, but they were all hardbacks. I thanked him and showed him how to tell the difference between useable and non useable. Fishing the ebb was rather slow, but once near the low water mark the bites became plentyful. I ended up with nineteen before running out of bait, all very good flounder, which I would estimate as a 30 lb. bag. missed at least six bites. Had to use the same bait time and time again, otherwise I believe tally would be much higher. Got some snaps of this session which I will display as soon as poss. Talked to one guy at the car park, he only had two fish to lugworm, but his mate with crab bait had twenty one.