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Hi All,
Got the date wrong should be the 29/3/7 late night!!
Decided on a sesh on Thurs night at TC with my good mate Sshorepunk.Set up at one of our favorite marks about 17.30 ish,seems others had been here before us and nobody told them where the bins were:uhuh: ...
Had a tidy up and got set up with two rods out each.

Baits used were Lug,Squid,Sandeel and Macky on pulley rigs,scratching rigs and a 6/0-4/0 running ledger...
Everything now in place sat down and waited :)

Tony was soon into fish on his scratching rig pulling out Coalies,Doggys and Flounder at quite an alarming rate,Sorry if iv,e forgot some T...I was sitting it out waiting for the Ebb and darkness so i could put out the big baits on the Running ledger on the offchance of a Ray or two.
Sadley the Rays didn,t appear but this Badboy did a Handsome Bullhuss..:thumbs: Awsome

Weighing in at a pleasing 10lb 7oz..

Coupled with a handfull of sporting Doggies and Coalies for myself collectivley we were well into the twenties so a good night was had by all...Thanks for your help T:clap3:
Stampy.
 

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nice one stampy rakin up the speci list mate
 

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Good skills, hoping to be over that way next Thurs.

wrt my post from last Sat that was the rock the scousers were fishing over, not saying it was them losing the line over the rocks, but it is a hell of a coincidence
 

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Its a nice place and dosn,t take 5 mins to chuck your cr*p in a plastic bag...
Thanks for the replys lads.
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Good skills, hoping to be over that way next Thurs.

wrt my post from last Sat that was the rock the scousers were fishing over, not saying it was them losing the line over the rocks, but it is a hell of a coincidence
It`s gunna be another long summer with everyone but the Welsh getting the blame for the shyte left on marks............:g:
 

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Lets not have any regional group blamed for litter problems :uhuh: It most certainly is not the preserve of any particular group of anglers and its unhelpfull to point the finger in that way.

Sadly its endemic throughout angling and occurs anywhere that is not patrolled. All I would say is that if you witness littering by any one, you should let it be known to the perps that it is unacceptable, in as tactful a way as you deem appropriate for the situation.

Unfortunately Ty Croes, like most popular marks, suffers badly because a lot of people fish there, a percentage of them will be litterers :yucky:
 

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It`s gunna be another long summer with everyone but the Welsh getting the blame for the shyte left on marks............:g:
no yozzer there are welsh lads litter too sadly.shaggy
 

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litter seems to be more of a problem wherever you go. when will people realise that many a venue has either been lost or will be lost if this continues.it doesnt take a lot to bin your rubbish or take home to your own bin.seems to me that all this will fall on deaf ears and its just those deaf ears that will shout loudest when there favourite mark is closed because of this problem.:schmoll:
 
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i'll be fishing ty croes in a few weeks time and me and the lads will certainly not leave any rubbish behind.we'll most likely clear any up that's already there.

it's a shame people behave like pigs there coz it is a nice part of the world.....dave.:)
 
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