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Launched the boat from Dunure,yesterday and went to the heads of ayr with a mate.
Between us we caught two Pollock,a small cod,a gurnard and loads of mackerel.
The gurnard was a first for me.
We went in close to the shore in 20 feet of water and dead calm and suddenly the water started boiling with what looked like small herring,but not sure,suddenly the water exploded with larger fish attacking the smaller fish,almost jumping out of the water trying to get them.
Has anybody any idea what the larger fish could be,there seemed to be about a dozen of them.
Another boat got a cod about 5-6 pounds.
Also saw massive amounts of sand eels
 

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probably bass
 

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as said probably bass mate.try feathering some launce and livebaiting them if you can,either freelining or float fishing might work.
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Launched the boat from Dunure,yesterday and went to the heads of ayr with a mate.
Between us we caught two Pollock,a small cod,a gurnard and loads of mackerel.
The gurnard was a first for me.
We went in close to the shore in 20 feet of water and dead calm and suddenly the water started boiling with what looked like small herring,but not sure,suddenly the water exploded with larger fish attacking the smaller fish,almost jumping out of the water trying to get them.
Has anybody any idea what the larger fish could be,there seemed to be about a dozen of them.
Another boat got a cod about 5-6 pounds.
Also saw massive amounts of sand eels

Sounds like a fantastic day out and that's a good cod for around those parts.


Thanks to the Muppetshow in Edinburgh no Livebaiting allowed
That's only in fresh water.
 

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:fishing1: well done m8:clap::clap::clap:
 
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