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Afternoon/evening trip - first mark was Langland reef, the wind was far stronger than forecast, and from the south-east making things a little uncomfortable; a few little pouting, poor cod, 3-4 bream, a good codling, a red mullet, goldsinny wrasse, huss and dogs made up the bulk of the catch.

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Once the tide picked up enough strength we headed offshore to have a go for bass; we found a few fish but again, once we ran out of live baits the bites died off.

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We were going to call it a night at dusk but when we got back to the bay the sea and wind had settled out so we dropped anchor on a wreck for a few hours, here we had more jumbo pout, whiting and dogs - strangely no eels or bass, even though we were bang on the money with our positioning; either they were full or no one was home!!
 

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Afternoon/evening trip - first mark was Langland reef, the wind was far stronger than forecast, and from the south-east making things a little uncomfortable; a few little pouting, poor cod, 3-4 bream, a good codling, a red mullet, goldsinny wrasse, huss and dogs made up the bulk of the catch.

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Once the tide picked up enough strength we headed offshore to have a go for bass; we found a few fish but again, once we ran out of live baits the bites died off.

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We were going to call it a night at dusk but when we got back to the bay the sea and wind had settled out so we dropped anchor on a wreck for a few hours, here we had more jumbo pout, whiting and dogs - strangely no eels or bass, even though we were bang on the money with our positioning; either they were full or no one was home!!
well done mate
 
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