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llandudno north shore between swimming pool and little orme as long as its reasonably calm(no north wind)if water not too cloudy just keep casting and casting and casting,,you can let your feathers go deep cos its a nice gravel bottom,no snags.cast as far as you can but often they take your feathers quite close in as they come in search of the whitebait,good luck.ps if there has been a northerly wind in the previous days it can take a while for the water to clear enough.
 

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had 10 yesterday(wed) morning at north shore but was very slow,hard work.the problem is mainly that despite a week of calm or light southerlies(offshore) winds the water isnt clearing very well,making it difficult for the mackies to see anything inluding our feathers, it seemed like you needed to get lucky and have your feathers pass very close to the fish which are only in very small shoals anyway at the moment.tried again thismorning but sea even browner,gave up after half an hour,no chance.
 
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