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Weymouth update.......

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05-08-2013

Pictured above is Bob Hill age 81 from Stockport with the Personal Best Plaice he caught which weighed in at 5Ib 12oz. Bob was using 12Ib class tackle with a short trace that had a silver spoon and several coloured attractor beads. With the successful bait being ragworm, black lugworm and a strip of Ammo calamari squid. Mark Laker landed a Personal Best Plaice weighing 6Ib 2oz. Mark was using 8Ib class tackle with a two hook flatty trace with lots of coloured attract...

A great new e-zine from Shakespeare.......

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23-07-2013

A new Saltwater e-zine with loads of great gear......

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23-07-2013

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Flamer fishy news...July part 2...

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17-07-2013

Pictured is Don Abbott age 44 and member of the St Helens SAC with the 20Ib 8oz Ling he caught while drifting a wreck. Don was using 15Ib class tackle with a flowing trace baited with whole Ammo calamari squid. St Helens SAC member Martin Buck age 46 landed his Personal Best Ling weighing 20Ib.Martin was using 15Ib class tackle with a flowing trace baited with whole Ammo calamari squid.Martin is pictured with his specimen Ling.

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FLAMER IV FISHY NEWS July 2013

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10-07-2013

61 year old Paul Costello from Plymstock,Devon landed a 6Ib Plaice while on his annual angling break aboard Flamerv IV with the Gypsy Mariners Fishing Club from Plymstock,Plymouth, Devon.Paul was using 8Ib class tackle with a two hook flatty trace baited with ragworm and strips of Ammo squid.Paul is pictured with his six pounder.

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Terry’s Travels A friendly invite

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09-07-2013

Opportunities to get out to sea have been rare recently, so this blog is about a past trip I had the pleasure to be involved in. I had invited my mates, Sid and Ross up to my neck of the woods for a crack at the Spurdog and Cuckoo Wrasse, two species that are not overly abundant around the waters of Cork. Weather and tides were perfect, and we were soon over the Mackerel marks. A few bonus species showed whilst feathering for bait, including Codling and brightly co...

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Terry’s Travels.....Well actually Sid's travels this time

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02-07-2013

My good friend, Sidney Kennedy took an angling trip to Norway, I asked him to write a short blog on this adventure. Cod Fishing In Norway by Sidney Kennedy This holiday was booked through Anglers World Holidays. Jerry O’Connor, Myself and a group of angling friends, Colm McDade, John Lynch, Jerome Quirke and Josea Clearo headed for the popular destination of Skjervoy, Norway. Tackle Acting on advice from lads that had already been there, and in particular,...

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Terry’s Travels Contingency plan.....

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02-07-2013

This is just a quick blog to keep my hand in, as they say. I tried a new water this week in search of Tench, but having set up the STi bivvy, and committed the bucket of particles to the swim, the temperature dropped (not in the forecast!) and I knew straight away that my three day excursion would be dramatically cut short! Unfortunately I was right, and apart from a few decent Roach that attacked my popped-up corn hook-baits, there is little else to mention. There...

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Mixing up my fishing

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28-06-2013

I’ve been really mixing up my fishing of late. I’d every intention this year of making short evening trips after work to gain extra fishing time. So far the strategy is working well. A recent evening foray was after bass on plugs. It was a flat calm night, sunny and warm. Frankly, after all the bad weather we’ve endured it was a real pleasure to be out and stood in the surf again. I’d chosen a patch of rough ground close to an estuary mouth which has a light run of tide...

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Weymouth mixed species fishing......

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28-06-2013

                                                        Kim Lum from Eastbourne on his first trip aboard Flamer IV for two years landed a superb 7Ib 6oz Plaice while drifting the Shambles Bank. Kim's successful bait was a strip of Ammo mackerel present...