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  1. Scotland
    We've been lucky to have had lovely weather for the most part in May and this allowed me to fish a lot and also visit some more distant marks.. Had some great sessions with fish pushing the 80cm mark although skinny as theyre postspawn. Recenty got the first mackies of the year and also a bonus...
  2. Scotland
    Its been a couple weeks now since ive returned from Greece (down to -15c and 2 weeks of snow!) to find some lovely weather up here in Skye! Ive taken full advantage of this and thankfully the fish have obliged as well! Some solid action with decent coalies around 40cm and pollock in the 50-60cm...
  3. Scotland
    just a catch up with the fishing done in the last couple months. In the end of October I had a good day fishing with Scott and Lee and after a slow start we found some good fish up at Neist Point. Plenty of pollock to 7.5lbs but the best catch of that day was a beautiful near 8lbs ling that...
  4. Offered For Swap
    I have a Job Lot of Soft Plastic lures that I do not use. Fiiish Black Minnow Shore 12g Colour: BM001. Quantity 8 (1 used- 7 unused) Hart Gummy Series Absolut Worms X13: 6 Inch: Colour: IHVAW15044 X8 (Unsed) Colour: IHVAW15043 X3 (Unsed) 7 3/4 iNCH: Colour: IHVAW20041 X 2 (Unsed) Tempest...
  5. Wales
    I never hear of anyone rock lure fishing for pollock in winter around Anglesey. Is it worth a go?
  6. Back to Basics
    I'm on an Island where pretty much no one fishes from the rocks. I need tips to find rock marks for species such as pollock, bass and wrasse for example what sort of ground, how deep should the water be... thanks.
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