After seeing Wormys report from last night, and a surplus of crabs a short notice session at Greenfield was arranged for tonight.
Me and Terry were both after a Plaice for the species hunt, and one over 2lb would put either of us in a good position for the clubs specimen trophy for this year.
We arrived to find the spot at the end of the carpark was taken, there were also a couple of other anglers on the rocks to the left so we walked a couple of hundred yards before dropping down the rocks to fish.
We fished 2 rods each, and it was bites from the off for me on both rods.
10 minutes in and the first target of catching a Plaice was achieved.
It was only small, but they all count.
I reeled in the other rod to find its twin on there, then i had a small Flounder before things went quiet over high water.
Terry was struggling, he had one bite but no fish and the sunshine gave way to dark clouds which brought a nasty shower to make the rocks dangerously slippy underfoot. We decided to pack up just after 9.
As i was tackling down my first rod, i had a touch on the one which was still out. I left it until the rain stopped, and reeled in another Flounder. This one was a bit bigger at about 1-04-00lbs.
We carefully made our way back up the rocks as the sun broke through again, leaving me to wonder whether we should have given it another half hour?