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Fished at the bottom of Portman Ravine from about 8pm til 11pm.

Fished a mackerel head on one (untouched) and mackerel strips at distance on the other. Most of the fish took the hook with a flouro pop-up on it about 12" off the deck.

Pretty much a ting a chuck, but sometimes it took them a little while to find the bait, so it wasn't like there were millions out there but a relief that at least some life seems to have returned to my bit of beach!

Will try the next weekend for something flat with worms.......... May have to book a boat trip over the shambles to feed my habit for the flats??

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Fished at the bottom of Portman Ravine from about 8pm til 11pm.

Fished a mackerel head on one (untouched) and mackerel strips at distance on the other. Most of the fish took the hook with a flouro pop-up on it about 12" off the deck.

Pretty much a ting a chuck, but sometimes it took them a little while to find the bait, so it wasn't like there were millions out there but a relief that at least some life seems to have returned to my bit of beach!

Will try the next weekend for something flat with worms.......... May have to book a boat trip over the shambles to feed my habit for the flats??

Tite lines
I am avoiding the Bourne due to the Whiting plagues.....I went down a few weeks back and had the same as you.

I am tempted to give Hengistbury end a go if this weather improves more.
 
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