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With the risk of making it a daily report out again on the S/E coast resulted in not only a few bass but the illusive sight of **** Ward fishing. All of our bass came on the falling tide with nothing found on the rising tide. Most fish fell to the new redgill which I have to say is the ideal weight for our type of fishing.Also coming to the boat was a wrasse of about 2.5lbs, a mackerel that decided it would take a red gill and quiet a few pollack.

Below are pictures of the bass the biggest being just over 4lbs



Please excuse Derek's simple expression


note the peeling paint on the redgill



unhooking the largest fish




Derek with a smaller fish of around 2lbs. We shall see what tomorrow brings when we fish further East
 

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Yes Gary the advantage over the other soft lures such as swim senkos are they are really hardwearing and are good value for money
 

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Lovely report, with crystal clear pics :clap:, thanks for sharing Alan :D

Keep those daily reports coming :p
 

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Who cares about daily reports Alan, you catch em and we will read them, well done and great pics :-D
 

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Good to see you yesterday Al, we were trying for some wrasse with Henry onboard, we had about 10 I suppose but typically there were no big ones, Bob lost one near the boat. Nelson had two on saturday, but he went on his own today and had 9!! No monsters but he said it was a fish a cast for a little while and recons if he had been there half hour earlier the fish may have been bigger as they got smaller as the day went on.
 
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