Another decent trip out with me old mate Tim.

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Another decent trip out with me old mate Tim.

Post by Antony » Sun Jul 14 2019 12:17

Had a great time catching codling,pollock,whiting,coalfish and a shed load of mackerel from his boat up in North Yorkshire.Dozens of fish went back as I am becoming more and more into the catch and release trend πŸŽ£πŸŸπŸŸπŸ‘
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Re: Another decent trip out with me old mate Tim.

Post by Mike J » Tue Jul 16 2019 09:20

Brilliant, thanks for sharing.
Nothing like a nice coalie on light line tackle.
Even better is a 20 on 30lb with a good tide running, remember those days Kev?

Look after thise mackies and you'll be well set for winter, and dont forget fish heads make excellent pre.

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Re: Another decent trip out with me old mate Tim.

Post by John Milford » Tue Jul 16 2019 09:33

Mike J wrote: ↑
. . . . and dont forget fish heads make excellent pre.
:laughs: I mis-read that as 'pie' first time! :sick: :laughs:
"He's some sort of lure savant. Or just has an unhealthy addiction to old lures. We are not quite sure . . . . . "

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Re: Another decent trip out with me old mate Tim.

Post by Mike J » Tue Jul 16 2019 10:09

John Milford wrote: ↑
Mike J wrote: ↑
. . . . and dont forget fish heads make excellent pre.
:laughs: I mis-read that as 'pie' first time! :sick: :laughs:


I used to make stock from my Bass heads, used it in my smoked haddock Risottos, really really yummy.
Now we are only allowed one keeper per day and I wont take a fish over 4lb the size makes it impractical.

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Re: Another decent trip out with me old mate Tim.

Post by John Milford » Tue Jul 16 2019 10:17

Mike J wrote: ↑
I used to make stock from my Bass heads, used it in my smoked haddock Risottos, really really yummy.
Now we are only allowed one keeper per day and I wont take a fish over 4lb the size makes it impractical.
:rock: :rock:

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Re: Another decent trip out with me old mate Tim.

Post by Kev Berry » Sat Jul 20 2019 07:07

Mike J wrote: ↑
Brilliant, thanks for sharing.
Nothing like a nice coalie on light line tackle.
Even better is a 20 on 30lb with a good tide running, remember those days Kev?

Look after thise mackies and you'll be well set for winter, and dont forget fish heads make excellent pre.
Sand eeling with a small lead flying collar rig was my favourite method Mike. Had some clonkers. I used to use a 6oz uptide rod ...lots more fun than winching them in.

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