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well off out tonight but not got a clue on where to go not many post been put up this week looks like its all gone (*)(*) up....was thinking horden beach or along seaham anyone heard out been pulled in down ere
 

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fished steetly again last night [because its the only place you can catch lately]

only about a dozen fish between dave and myself for an hour and a half. dabs and whiting and all but one were size. then tried near the gate in shallower water for an hour and apart from a blind whiting about 35cm all the other whiting and a coalie were only 150cm.

i think on any beach your going to be lucky to get a single fish size. probably better to stick to the spot you know best and fish at distance and hope for a dab or whiting.
 

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well off out tonight but not got a clue on where to go not many post been put up this week looks like its all gone (*)(*) up....was thinking horden beach or along seaham anyone heard out been pulled in down ere
hello shaun no reports from seaham mate, but good luck its freezing.
 

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dont know mate,im sure he will let ya know
think he said friday, we will just have to catch them all before he turns up, but dint tell him lol. ( HAS HE GOT ANY BEARINGS IN THAT 525)
 

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well then got out of the front door and down to horden beach for about 8 had 2 casts and her in doors on the phone with am bad feel sick:schmoll: ...women god give me a new model as this was is ready for the scrap yard...anyway as i was packing away bloke came along for a quick chat and was saying his mate along the beach had a ray he did not say what size....but the bloke he was talking about was fishing 50yrds up from the white rock
 
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