just back and had my first ever spinning session...damm arm is gonna be like popeye's tommorrow lol.
anyway , after good helpful advise and wee bit reading i decided too go bright and early, up at 5am lol...60 mile one way trip and set off too the rocks.
i read that pollack seem too feed best at dusk and dawn , so i was hoping for a quick knock on the rod. so i fished and fished , changing areas, different colour jelly worms , jelly sandeels , shads etc .
after standing in the showery rain for 5 hours i finally got a fish on , smiling from ear too ear ...hoping it was my first ever pollack.
" nope " only a coalfish, but was good too get summit to save the blank.
but that got my spirits up again and continued , around 30 mins later i got a better take, got it too the side and said , and thought what a braw sized coalfish, but as i looked i noticed the lateral line was way different , then noticed the lower jaw ...yip my first ever pollack :clap2:
not big for a pollack but must have been a couple o pounds.
while i was releasing the fish i noticed a sleeping seal , cheeky bu66er was on the next rock lol...so i got too within a few inches and held camera at arms lenght and clicked ..quickly incase it woke up lol.. so 1 pic then i left it too snooze and went back and collected gear..
enjoyed the wee session and was even better as i got my first ever Pollack.
caught on the black jelly sandeel.