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well i got to king alfred 6,30pm set up , cast out god full of weed again but had so much bait to use up i was not going to throw it away , no bites just weed had to reel in evry 10mins , around 8pm i sied balls toit i'll have a cupa and a *** , started back 10pm , cast out ahhhhhhhhhh no more weed great , had a tiny knock reeled in and this flattie was on the beach iv not got a clue whot it was very smooth skined no markings on it light green in colour but the fins was a pinkish tone ? eny one got eny idea i dont think it was a flounder , next knock was a tiny whiting , cast out again whole squid sat down for a ciggy and it as in slow motion the rod bent right over the tripod and rods just gently fell over i thought f拢%^&*拢$%^&( weed back again , picked up the one rod that had bent over reeled in and thought mmmmmm this not weed weed dont pull back lol carryed on reeling in and out came this lovly thing first glance at it come on the beach i thought yess a coddling but as i got closer it was a bass bang on 6lb then as unhooking it down came the rain so a few piccys then legged it home :clap2::clap2::clap2: Fish Organism Flatfish Bony-fish

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well done on the bass !:thumbs:
looks like a flounder to me
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Well done Mike,nice to see you back in the fish again,can`t make out the flattie from the picture so i won`t comment on it,but a great bass in what seems to be the normal conditions for this year,personally i`d take a bass over a cod anyday......Alan
Nice fish Mike, i have a feeling we may see a few more of these next week with the easterly winds forecast.
Nice Bass Mike :) Flattie looks like a flounder to me as well ;)
looks like i missed a good fish then mike ended up at the hospital with me grandson got out of there at 1230 so well done on the bass mike nice fish
Looks like a flounder from pics but smooth skin and greenish tinge and going by the size it sounds very much like a dab. Great bass well done!!
Looks like a flounder from pics but smooth skin and greenish tinge and going by the size it sounds very much like a dab. Great bass well done!!
thats whot im thinking and it was very thick as well tasted great :yeah:
Hi mike when you gutted it to eat was its guts a small section or run pretty much down the length of its body? If the length was a flounder if small a dab and dab are exceptionally good tasting fish!!
Hi mike when you gutted it to eat was its guts a small section or run pretty much down the length of its body? If the length was a flounder if small a dab and dab are exceptionally good tasting fish!!
my wife did it and she eats flounders but sied this was a driffant taste and i had a mouth full of it and it did taste completly driffant to a flounder , so the verdict is ,, ITS A DAB
Nice Bass that Mike.....well done :clap3:
I was there the other day but packed up at 8 pm cos the weed got the better of me. Nice bass Mike.
Thats a flounder Mike, if it was pinkish its a Brighton male flounder probably making its way along the coast looking for another male flounder, you know the score, they are called poofy flounders.:yucky:
Nice Bass though:thumbs:
Cracking Bass that is fella well done, As for the flat fish it looks like a flab to me.
That looks a nice fat bass. Good fishing!
Well done on the Bass Mike, how's the casting going?
Congratulation on the bass. I was out at Southwick same night and had a simlar experience with the weed except my bass never made it to the beach after throwing the hook about 5 yards out.
Well done on the lovely bass, sometimes its worth fishing through the weed- so good on you for perservering. The flattie looks like a flounder, the tail gives it away for me.
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