Trying to get away from the rain sodden upper channel I decided to have a short evening session down at the Knab in search of Dabs. Sadly when I pulled up I was met with the same murky, muddy water that I've been fishing in at Penarth, that coupled with the stiff Northerly blowing across the bay dampened my spirits a bit but I tackled up the light gear and cracked on with it. It proved a very quiet evening. I had a few bites on my left hand rod baited with appetising Dab 'crack' (vintage, well manky frozen black lug) the other rod baited with Mackerel stayed motionless all night. I heard that a few Whiting were pulled in along with a solitary Flounder and that was all she wrote. Good to get out for a few hours but roll on a few days of settled cold weather. On a more promising note I did see signs of activity on the Pier (either that or they're building a huge bonfire).