I'm lookin for those bass leaky! Hoping Saturday's light winds are going to hold up and give a good day for a fish.I reckon the photo is of Istanbul. I went to that bridge once, to take a look. The odd thing is how few tangles they get.
A few more small bass showing down in Cornwall -- but right now the water is too stirred up and weedy for lures. Maybe next week.
hi Basslooks a bit like folkestone pier when the mackeral are in lol!
Frank, I do realise you are fairly new here (it wasn't long ago I joined the masses!) but did you realise that you have replied to a post that is 7 years old? You might get a response but don't get too excited! Good luck Wrassing!hi Bass
I recently moved to Looe , I’ve just started sea fishing last week, or LRF should I say .
I fished around Looe (white rock) and a few other places along the quay side last week and blanked...
I had a lot of trouble with my soft lures picking up all the moving seaweed on literally every cast.
I managed to buy a weedless soft lure and tried again, I started on the rocks near portnadler and got 2 wrasse in a couple of hours and then headed over to hannafore rocks (close to the harbour entrance) for another hour and had another wrasse (first time I have ever caught wrasse)
2 of the wrasse were around 1.5 - 2pound and put up such a great fight I am now buzzing to get back out again and specifically aim for wrasse .
Is there any good places you know of where I can aim for wrasse generally between Looe and pen Carrow ?
Willing to travel further if needed though .
Im looking for a mark where I can aim for big wrasse, would love to feel the fight of a 5 pounder .
I’m also looking for a mark where I can go to aim for numbers of wrasse rather than weight , somewhere I can go and catch a dozen small baby wrasse
really appreciate any help or advice you could give me