Just a couple of shots taken yesterday in the gloomy weather, but they show how a series of sandbanks have formed following the storms with the surf breaking a long way from the water's edge in places. The wide area of calm water in the first shot is similar-looking on big springs at low tide so it must be quite deep. Fishing was hopeless but cold nights coinciding with low tide - apart from the fact that it's a quiet time of year here - won't be helping. A local netter reported a few bass and a single thornback recently, but netting expires at the end of this month via a local fisheries by-law. Better news is that around the low water mark there don't appear to be any snags! I fished a few spots and no problems on that front, but clearly sessions are going to need more planning than usual for the time being.