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Hi theres usually loads of them at the old bridge at Dumbarton as the tide is comming in and also at the bay before Rhu as the tide comes in also although in both locations they can be spooked by just about anything...I dont know what method you are going to try but the usual pilchard oil/ bread ground bait and bread on the hook can do the trick..Something that does work apparently well is the small rag worm on a spinner with a single hook....I have caught two in my angling career on bread, and on other occasions have been driven mental..standing in shoals of them completly camoflaged and they still dont take????as they head and tail around the bait....
 

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Hiya,

Plenty about in the Clyde today, only managed two of them though :(
Funny that, when I saw the thread subject I had a feeling you would be there Mr Spawny:notworthy
 

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I had red mullet the last time I was at The Witchery in Edinburgh (wifes birthday, I'm not usually that posh) it was such a strong flavour that I can honestly say it was horrible! :yucky:
 

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a few dozen biggies swimming around Dunure harbour today at low tide
 

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You never fail Oracle!:bangin:
 
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