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    Posted: 09†July†2018 at 1:49pm
went out sunday mudder of all hangovers and fished for mackerel   mackerel as soon as I got one I cut it up and put a bait over    on the drift all the   drifts were st Helens to   nab east   had bass and smoothound and ended up with 12 big mackerel after 6 hrs   fishing nice and relaxed
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Sounds like a reasonable way to deal with a hangover!
Well done Ray.
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Coincidence, I did the same on Sunday evening only the wind pushed me north into the anchorage. Still, managed thornback and a dogfish, plus mackerel. I noticed the mackerel were very fat, stuffed so full they were like little round torpedoes.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote palmshank Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23†July†2018 at 12:28pm
Fished yesterday 4 rods for 8 hours Solent east at 4 different places with 6 baits.never had a bite all day.3 mackerel on feathers and a starfish.worst trip out in 20 years!! So bad I'll try again Saturday eve.
oh well, there is always next weekend!!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Ahab Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23†July†2018 at 12:39pm
at least you didn't have to travel   miles   then do badly fishing like I did lol
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Everyone struggled Sunday. God knows why. We fished a banker mark, 2 rays. Worst day in years
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Was out Friday, crappy wind from the east.
Mackerel at Dean Tail, a tope out by the Nab, nice ray on the New Grounds.
Yesterday snorkling on Bembridge Ledge, saw bass, mullet, small pollack, gobies, ballan wrasse, goldsinny wrasse, small fry ( looked like herring). Water was lovely and v clear.
Had to go to work today.
Might try for sole one night. Is Meon worth a bet? Donít want to go too far from Gosport as coming back in the dark.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Ahab Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23†July†2018 at 10:03pm
If your. Still going through. The lope. Gate. Hugh. Look out. For. The. Pot. Bouy. Neater the port. Marker. It ain't got. A lead. Line on it. I went they. About. Low water. And went. StrIght. Over. The. Rope. Luckily I was. Paying. At. And. De throttled.   Quick enough. It. Just. Slid. Under. The. Boat. So. No. Fouling can't. Believe. Ignorant. Potter
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I have a theory. Apparently those huge shoals we see on the fishfinder are small fry. Maybe all the fish are stuffed full with them and not interested in bait? 
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We fished sowley tues night for sole. Not a bite then through hurst the following morning for mackerel nothing. Finished off in Totland and had ray bream and smoothound. We had dolphins around us all day. Lovely day out but fishing very slow.
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