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Back on the Roseland for another day session after what's felt like forever. Started off at one of the rock marks to try and winkle out a few wrasse as the tide started to flood. This provided some good sport for a couple hours and a scorpionfish joined in on the fun. All fell to limpets found on the rocks around, but nothing going past a pound and a half, really needed a few hardbacks to get in amongst the bigger fish, but didn't find any on a quick forage the night before.

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After this, I moved across to the other side of the bay to try for a pollack or two on the lures. Spent another couple of hours here and had pollack, coalfish and a stunning ballan, love the markings on these. All fell to a seeker which punched well into the breeze that was starting to build.

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In the evening I got the beach gear out to try for an open coast flattie on a nearby beach. This turned out to be what I was expecting but not hoping, a dogfest! They seem to be the only thing that's along this stretch of coastline when bait fishing the clean/mixed beaches.

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Fished into dark but it all went dead and even the dogs stopped feeding at high water. Hoping to get out again during the week for a few more sessions before heading back to work.

Hope all is well with everyone, and tight lines!

Al
 

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Welldone mate!!! Should be a few fish about after this blows gone through,
Thanks mate, yeah the north easterlies are bringing a chill! Hopefully with the coloured water daytime might be more productive as well, saw a feeding frenzy further offshore in the distance, my guess would be that the baitfish are out deeper at the moment. Tight lines
 
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