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We are on the East coast of Yorkshire in a cottage down a lane in the middle of nowhere. The wood burner has been lit and the hot tub is calling.

Just got back from fishing at Mappleton. 3 rocklings and 4 dabs. One was a keeper. Weather was sunny but cold. About 10 other people fishing.

Used black lug(from Ireland) tipped with squid. 

A lovely few hours on the beach.

 

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We are on the East coast of Yorkshire in a cottage down a lane in the middle of nowhere. The wood burner has been lit and the hot tub is calling.

Just got back from fishing at Mappleton. 3 rocklings and 4 dabs. One was a keeper. Weather was sunny but cold. About 10 other people fishing.

Used black lug(from Ireland) tipped with squid. 

A lovely few hours on the beach.

 

Lucky you 

Hoping to get a little Pike fishing in soon just a little crock at the present

 

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Our lad likes Pike fishing up near Newark somewhere. 

Happy days.

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No fishing yesterday. Weather rubbish. Today we have had sleet. 

Just walked along the cliffs. So much erosion. Terrible. There is a static caravan park where some caravans have been moved and some that will have to be moved this year.

Hopefully we can fish later on.

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Fishing in Weymouth..... Very hard work, been Portland, Chisel, West Bexington.... Last night one fish...a Wrasse. No one else catching much or nothing...:help:

Went West Bay yesterday to do a reccie, but no good there for fishing, too many rocks, although there were a few chaps on the pier fishing. Big tackle shop, but didn't buy owt. 

 

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Jealous 

 

Not had chance to go fishing for a month or so but real soon I'm goingto be wetting a line or two

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Just fished the pier. Not a touch. Got crabbed. :sad2:. Others fishing didn't catch either. Lovely sun. Watched the sailing yachts....

Tight lines to you all.

 

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Got up early to go Mackerel bashing. Hubby caught the only mackerel in the sea. :jump:

Was superb to be on chisel beach (the Cove).:kiss22: Nobody about apart from two kayakers who were well out to sea.

Tight lines everyone.

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Hope 2019 will bring tight lines.

Haven't been sea fishing for ages. Hopefully that will change this year! 

 

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Tight Lines Jill 

 

Not been fishing since we were at Twin Lakes though it was a good month 

with Carp to 22lb and Grass Carp to 22lb - my first ever 

Not been sea fishing for ages hoping to get out in the motorhome within the month who knows

 

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I hope we will too. Miss so much sea fishing, especially when the sun is out! And the pink rod is in action!

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