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It's the North Sea.

 

Our last few trips out have been dire though. Last one we had 3 Cod 11lb, 4.1lb and one less than a pound, one small Ling, a few Whiting and about three Mackerel between 13 anglers.

 

The two lads next to me had driven from Wooler to Co Durham and didn't catch even a Mackerel. You'd be sick!!

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That 10.7 Ling was my first ever boat trip and I won the sweep with it lol

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It's the North Sea.

 

Our last few trips out have been dire though. Last one we had 3 Cod 11lb, 4.1lb and one less than a pound, one small Ling, a few Whiting and about three Mackerel between 13 anglers.

 

The two lads next to me had driven from Wooler to Co Durham and didn't catch even a Mackerel. You'd be sick!!

i was supposed to to be out from Hartlepool last week but we got 'winded' off :no: ..........was looking forward to it all week but i guess better to be on the shore wishing you were out at sea than out at sea wishing you were on the shore :laugh:

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Aye Bell it's no fun at all. Spend more time trying to steady yourself than fishing.

 

Drop me a PM when you're next planning a trip out from Hartlepool, it's my home port ;-)

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Talk about grass yourself up.,.lol

the old boy I hunted with when I was young had a big sable german shepherd that could find a rabbit anywhere

we used to ferret it during the day, we never got any myther probably thought it was a sillyold f*cker and his grand son walking the dog

 

and loads have fished that lake at night he was just unfortunate to get caught

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