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Not a catch report as such but I've just posted a series of short videos on my YouTube that may be of interest to some of you. These are all fish caught from the shore in Cornwall this year.

Blonde Ray:

Gilthead Bream:

Triggerfish:

Greater Weever:

Golden Grey Mullet:

How did you get the weaver off? Trigger fish looked amazing
 

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With the weevers I just get hold of the hook with pliers and give them a little shake and they come off every time. They're funny things, they're notorious for dropping off at the last minute, even when they look well-hooked. I highly recommend eating any you catch - they're delicious!
 

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With the weevers I just get hold of the hook with pliers and give them a little shake and they come off every time. They're funny things, they're notorious for dropping off at the last minute, even when they look well-hooked. I highly recommend eating any you catch - they're delicious!

I have no doubt at all I would get stung at the very least. Probably poisoned if I ate it :)
 

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Not a catch report as such but I've just posted a series of short videos on my YouTube that may be of interest to some of you. These are all fish caught from the shore in Cornwall this year.

Blonde Ray:

Gilthead Bream:

Triggerfish:

Greater Weever:

Golden Grey Mullet:
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Not a catch report as such but I've just posted a series of short videos on my YouTube that may be of interest to some of you. These are all fish caught from the shore in Cornwall this year.


Some nice videos which camera are you using
 
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