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Wednesday 14th
Got myself off the mark,went out on wed morn and fished a mark in Dublin id fished there a couple of times before but had no luck,High water was around 12.00 fished from 8.00 till 12.30,I had 2 Bass 5lb and 3 and a half lb both on a megabass spindle worm.Happy days.
 

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Thanks Barry was down your neck of the woods last week and blanked,to be honest I just wanted to get out and try out my new rod and reel couldnt believe my luck,things have been very slow for me ive been out about 15 times maybe more and have only had 1seatrout and those 2 bass.
 

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Graet effort Ken, good report and pics !
 

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Hey Ken, been off the site for a while buried in studying.

Just caught sight of your catch. Fair play to ya. I know you've been working hard on winkling out those Dublin spots so fair play!!
I'll catch up with you in the next few weeks.

Colm
 

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Thanks for the replies Lads ,hope your exams go well for ya Colm give us a shout when things settle down and we ll try and get out the seatrout are keeping me busy til the ban is over.
 

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HIi Sam, Rod (luckycraft esg 2-20g) is great for the lighter stuff im using a rarenium 3000 with it ,im still in the market for a new rod to cast bigger lure and a new reel will have to get a look at your Branzino cant make me mind up on what to get??
 

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Hi Colm I got one off Jim Hendrick think it was his last one, mine is a lucky craft esg 8"7 2-20g,monster tackle are doing them its the esgII its a little more of a faster action than the first version so I hear, I use mine for sea trout, its a great rod for the lighter lures up to about 16g.
 
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