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i went off for a drive with the kids today along the coast to check out a few new marks for next year i came upon this place ive been told by a chap who fishes this area thats its red hot and nobody bothers to fish it.so ill be in the kayak checking it out next year to see how hot it is.the first 2 pics are of this new spot the third is a local mark i just put it up cause i liked the picture it was a beautifull day today.i took the pics with the phone so not that good.


 

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Hello Loxia, you should post this in the welcome and chat section bud', this section is just for any questions regarding the running of the site.. Marc.
 

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post re-directed here guys.

Looks lovely in places there. One, the first, of which looks very familiar.

Is that the eastern side of the Tramore backwaters ?
 

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keith the first 2 pics are near dungarvan co. waterford 30 minutes drive from tramore.the last pic with the 2 kids is the other side of where i met you and the lads a few weeks ago.i fished there this morning for 3 hours on the start of the out going tide no wind the water was crystal clear and not a sniff i was using sps but ill be back in the morning to have another go.
 

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Fished a few sessions there earlier this year - looks so bassy there by the lighthouse ;o)
 

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loxia said:
how did your sessions go there any good spitfire?
awful - the weather was well against us (tried down there twice with Pat)

saw some amazing numbers of fish by the oyster beds when I was out with Pat & Arthur

was a very dissapointing week - just one fish to show for it (the highlight was Paul taking his first double when I was out with him & Pat)


theres always next year :)
 

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thats ireland for ya if we had the weather here it would be great.ive had my best sessions out by the lighthouse but there is so many marks its a very good area.
 

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ye the third is a pic of the sand dunnes in tramore its really nice at the moment no wind and sunny no fish yet though.
 

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yep top two are Dungarvan from the west side - first one close to the carpark. Also had a good day with Art earlier this year - he really knows that bay.
 

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fished nearby in october for the first time and got hit by a stonker on the surface,so lookin forward to sussin this baby out in the spring...cant wait..cheers daz.
 

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fished nearby in october for the first time and got hit by a stonker on the surface,so lookin forward to sussin this baby out in the spring...cant wait..cheers daz.

is it a "no path down" jobbie daz ? (looks sweet)
 

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The whole area between Dungarvan amd Ardmore rocks. Arthur (Cortaz) focuses on Dungarvan harbour but knows makrs all the way to Cobh. There' sabout 30 good miles of bass country. If you've never been it's well worth a visit.
 

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also find the far side of this venue interesting,done very well last season from reefs and outcrops on outer edges surf beaches.
 

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Click on the link below, you'll see Les Minquiers and Les Ecrehous, its Les Minquiers that Henry took the pick of the red rods in my hand, 11 miles south of Jersey and is bigger than Jersey at low tide, at high tide its just some huts on a rock. Les Ecrehous is about 7 miles NE of Jersey and is very simular to Les Minquiers. Bass heaven if you get it right.

:wackit:

http://images.google.com/imgres?imgurl= ... start%3D18

And check out Isle Chausey, its a channel island like us but its french not british. :wackit:



If you want some fishing mark porn then check out all out island on this site, I use it alot to see where I am going to try next

http://www.british-islands.com/

I love living in the Channel Islands, I am so lucky to have been born here and guys if any of you ever fancy a break over here there are some great hotels and beaches for the kids and mrs and a little 16ft boat owned by Bob and me with a spare space on it.
 
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