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samfishing

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PostSubject: A fish is a fish!   28th April 2010, 5:59 pm

Having not got around to doing any seafishing this year yet, i have had a couple of days coarse fishing with my lad. Heres a few pictures from last sunday when my lad well and truly hammered me! at one point he had landed 36 fish ranging from a few ounces to over 4lb before i landed a single fish! I did loose one at the net around 4lb (it was his fault honest!!!) but my excuse was that i was using bigger baits targeting big fish only! (Honest!!!)
As the day went on i did end up with several nice carp from 3lb to over 6lb but not to be out done, my lad took over catching them after he started sulking because i said he had to stick to using maggot which didnt go down too well, so had to set him up with a bait band so he could use "MY PERSONAL" white chocolate pellets!

Here's a couple of pictures of his fish... the last picture is the best of mine, i only took one picture of my fish as i was too busy being his gillie!!! as well as personal servant!










This one was a bit lively and wouldnt say cheese! (as you can see from my lads face!!!)





I know there not seafish, but a fish is a fish when you enjoy fishing!
Kev, any chance you can add these to the species hunt!!!
lol! lol! lol!
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PostSubject: Re: A fish is a fish!   28th April 2010, 7:54 pm

Great report Sam, your lad looked to be having a great time,
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