Dark nights,freezing in ya burger van,whiting & the odd cod,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,ya love it si,,:wiggle:....:fishing:.this time of year is a bit slow we in between seasons for a few chaps its been a good summer for hounds and there are still a few kicking around. a big well done to the folk who put the time in and bagged up :thumbs:. thay know who there are :fishing: as for me i hate to think it will soon be time for dark nights freezing me nuts off in me burger van hoping to earn a couple of quid, but whitting soon be here and if there is a god COD:fishing1::fishing:. ...............si
all that noise etc could well put the fish off in the near by area.... but got to point out myself and a few of the other regular hound hunter's have had what we would class as one of the best summers fishing one could ask for on the linc's coast.....to be honest with you i blame this beach nourishment program combined with the work going on @ the wind farm. if you think about it pumping hundreds of tonnes of sand along the beaches of Lincolnshire is gonna have some affect on fish migration as it would cover most of the natural food sources causing the fish to go further afield. myself and a friend have fished from six marsh all the way down to the boat compound in skeg using all manner of tactics to no avail. as for the wind farm by hammering the poles in they must send off some strong vibrations which in turn unsettles the fish in my eyes its a lose lose situation im no conservationist but this is my take on the whole situation because before all this work started fishing was good dab were plentiful as were flounder even sole,bass,doggies and smuts in the summer months then the winter brought good whiting and cod shoals but last winter they never arrived in the numbers of previous winters and this summer you were lucky to even catch a weever fish lets hope this winter brings the good fishing back !!!!!
Quite a few anglers have had some good fishing on the coast this summer. I think its more of a seasonal thing than to do with the beach re-nourishment programme, they do it every year with no real problems. The boats are catching off shore so the noise from the wind farms is not an issue. There are shoals of pin whiting about just out of casting distance, so why would any fish want to pass them to search for food on the shoreline. It will pick up soon and we might get a good winter season, let's hope so anyway. So finger's, arms, legs and eye's crossed.I had the best hound and skate fishing whilst the dredgers were here! even in daylight!:fishing: