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On 06/09/2020 at 20:15, Robbusher said:

Caught a fair few of them off Bournemouth pier few  years ago when I used to work away had some nice bass and rays aswell 

Only thing i ever caught from Bournemouth pier was a twat of a jet skier who took my rod over the side,mind you he did give me some money for it after i chased him back to the shore and then borrowed a rod and managed to trawl a hook across the bottom and get it back..still got it and use it as it goes,:thumbs:

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13 hours ago, fireman said:

Only thing i ever caught from Bournemouth pier was a twat of a jet skier who took my rod over the side,mind you he did give me some money for it after i chased him back to the shore and then borrowed a rod and managed to trawl a hook across the bottom and get it back..still got it and use it as it goes,:thumbs:

Was a homeless guy used to fish there and sell fish to local shops jet skis came really close he lobbed a empty wine bottle at them very nearly hit one of them 😂😂

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On ‎13‎/‎09‎/‎2020 at 16:11, Daniel cain said:

Grayling bashing with my lad👌DSC_1158.JPG.c399d6364eb6d46f2783bc9bb1fc154f.JPGDSC_1157.JPG.9ec418a3b641b2626e7e463af101357d.JPG

never caught one but must try lovely little fish, what did this any thoughts anyone

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56 minutes ago, two crows said:

never caught one but must try lovely little fish, what did this any thoughts anyone

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Eels normally eat into them like that when their dead.... 

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5 minutes ago, Daniel cain said:

Eels normally eat into them like that when their dead.... 

that might suggest an eel in my pond, but that's cool, I found a small mirror on the path yesterday with I thought heron damage, and that one floating today.

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Did the late tide on the pier tonight . It was fish from the off and we couldn’t make wraps fast enough to keep all the rods in at times . It was mainly doggies at first and then we started getting rays and huss . Only took one drop net out of the cabin and came unstuck when we both had good rays on at the same time and my mate netted his first and I lost what looked like a double just as I brought it over the net . 

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On 13/09/2020 at 16:11, Daniel cain said:

Grayling bashing with my lad👌DSC_1158.JPG.c399d6364eb6d46f2783bc9bb1fc154f.JPGDSC_1157.JPG.9ec418a3b641b2626e7e463af101357d.JPG

Where i used to catch them they used to hunt otters and old. Bert gripton was terrierman

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