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Arrived at 6-45pm to be greeted by tons of bladder wrack and redweed,gave it a couple of chucks but the swell made it unfishable with the weed, so packed up and headed to Weybourne, on arrival a few were leaving the beach,not a good sign I thought, started fishing at 8-30 the bites were slow on worm so tried fish strips, things got better, caught 5 decent Dabs and 7 average sized Whiting, packed up at 11-30, it was nippy down there as a frost was forming on the shingle as I left the beach, not much weed and the crabs are slowing down, leaving the beach was a bit of a treck as the shingle was so steep I had to go up it sideways like a crab lol, next time I go I'll not waste money on Lug
 

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Hardly any, just a bit on the leader knot,unlike Mundesley I struggled to get my gear back, if you go try fish baits as the fish weren't interested in Lug,
 

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Arrived at 6-45pm to be greeted by tons of bladder wrack and redweed,gave it a couple of chucks but the swell made it unfishable with the weed, so packed up and headed to Weybourne, on arrival a few were leaving the beach,not a good sign I thought, started fishing at 8-30 the bites were slow on worm so tried fish strips, things got better, caught 5 decent Dabs and 7 average sized Whiting, packed up at 11-30, it was nippy down there as a frost was forming on the shingle as I left the beach, not much weed and the crabs are slowing down, leaving the beach was a bit of a treck as the shingle was so steep I had to go up it sideways like a crab lol, next time I go I'll not waste money on Lug
thanks for info ,,youve saved me a 80 odd mile round trip ,,trimmy was my destination ,,i guess if its like that at mundesly ,,trimmy will be the same ..cheers
 
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