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taking my boat out of red bay tomorrow, anyone been out anywhere lately???
 

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well went out of red bay and caught mackrel, 6 doggies, 1 dab, 1 haddock, 2 whitting and 1 grey gurnard. good selection but nothing big. was forcast for light winds but turned out to be very windy.
 

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nice one cffa, what did you get them on?
 

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was spinning for them, with various different lures, the one that worked best was a life like sandeel. [dont know its real name] but ordinary wee jelly worms were working too. you been at red bay again, i hope to get up either mon or tue this week if the sea stays calmish
 

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heading to donegal this w/end (not fishing) but i'll hit red bay the next w/end. i'll let you know how i do :)
 

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was out on the bay again last trhursday, between me and my mate we had 17 pollock and a few small codling in a few hours, the bay seemed to be full of fish
 

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are you fishing from the shore or from a boat
 

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i must keep an eye out for you when im up, what kind of boat are you in
 

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im in a dell quay fisher 15. its a white boat with a cuddy and a 6hp mariner. theres usually 2 of us out in it, me and my da.
 

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I went up to Waterfoot last Sunday for a run in the car but had the trouble and strife with me so couldn't fish but there was method in my madness. I wondered were you would launch the boat, is there a harbour master and who would you pay if you use a slipway. Is the slipway easily accessable at low or high tide.

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head round towards cushendall and before you get there you'll see the lifeboat station, a caravan park and a boat yard. if you head down there you'll see the slip. you can launch at all tides and ive never been asked to pay. there is a sign with slipway fees written on it but its not enforced and ive been fishing here about three years now. its a good spot for a mixed bag of fish and i dont think ive ever lost any tackle to snags yet
 
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