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Discussion in 'LRF & HRF Chat' started by {name}, Jul 24, 2017.

  1. Mullet (foul hooked)

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  2. Mullet (foul hooked)

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    Just had a week on the Tamar 90 bass and 2 eels bass to 41/2
     
  3. Mullet (foul hooked)

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  4. Mullet (foul hooked)

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    All went back to the crys of you must be mad from the sailing boys
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  5. Mullet (foul hooked)

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  6. Mullet (foul hooked)

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    I was desperate to use my daiwa
    Gekkabijin 7' solid tip rod rated at o.5-5.0 grams as I had not used it for sea fish !! Looking at the low tide mud banks in front of me I thought I would pick up a few flounders !! But no every fish I court was a bass except for 2 eels lol either the rod I used a 1000 sized exage reel with 4 pound braid and six pound flou .there were two streams running through the mud the fist one 20 yards out the second 45 . The fish were following the tide in and I court fish in 5 " of water as they were after the fry ,with the little set up I could reach both streams with a savagear 5 and 7 gram phyco sprat in white / silver but not with a head wind .
     
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  7. Perch

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    Thanks for sharing Martin, some lovely photos and well done on christening the rod
     

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