Latest Fishing Reports: United Kingdom

  • 19/05/2019 Fishing Report by DEREK ANDERSON on Oceanic & Sagittarius (Eyemouth, Scottish Borders)

    19 May 2019 by DEREK ANDERSON

    Report on-board Oceanic & Sagittarius

    Well it was a hectic weekend,most anglers on the cod with a few sea sick on Saturday best angler 14 keepers,on Sunday weather was better with best angler 23 fish only keeping 6 for the pan tight lines: Needing a trip give us a call we go that extra mile

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    Sat 25/05/2019 3 Spaces 6 Hours £35.00pp
    1pm to 7pm cod trip
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  • 05/2019 Fishing Report by Roy Smith on FairWay AQUA STAR (Amlwch, Isle of Anglesey)

    May 2019 by Roy Smith

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    hi plenty of fish about loads of herrings some days Pollack coalfish on most reefs . loads of big huss bottom fishing. with plenty of whiting about for bait. Considering big tides reasonable fishing. cheers Roy

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    Sat 25/05/2019 2 Spaces 8 Hours
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    Mon 27/05/2019
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    Wed 29/05/2019 4 Spaces 10 Hours £55.00pp
    Offshore wreck fishing cod pollack coal fish 10 hours £55 each
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    Sat 01/06/2019 10 Spaces 8 Hours £25.00pp
    Special deal Whole boat available or places fishing for pollack Huss spurdogs coalfish gear and bait inCluded if needed
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    Sun 02/06/2019 10 Spaces 8 Hours £25.00pp
    Special deal Whole boat or places available deep water fishing spurdogs Huss skate etc gear and bait included if needed
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    Tue 04/06/2019 6 Spaces 8 Hours £40.00pp
    Tope fishing sail 8 am to 4 pm. Gear and bait included if needed
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    Mon 10/06/2019 10 Spaces 10 Hours £55.00pp
    Offshore wreck fishing 10 hours £55 each
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    Tue 11/06/2019 10 Spaces 10 Hours £55.00pp
    Offshore wreck fishing 10 hours £55 each
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    Wed 12/06/2019 10 Spaces 10 Hours £55.00pp
    Offshore wreck fishing 10 hours £55 each
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    Thu 13/06/2019 7 Spaces 10 Hours £55.00pp
    Offshore wreck fishing 10 hours £55 each
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  • 05/2019 Fishing Report by Pat Jones on Kerrykim (Amlwch, Isle of Anglesey)

    May 2019 by Pat Jones

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    Hi
    Out today on the wrecks. Pollock to 12 lb and loads of coley's. A good day all round.
    Cheers
    Pat

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    Wed 29/05/2019 2 Spaces 8 Hours £35.00pp
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  • 22/05/2019 Fishing Report by Pete Rose on Sea Urchin IIl (Whitby, North Yorkshire)

    22 May 2019 by Pete Rose

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    Out today a good set of anglers on board, Tony Barrett, Dave Wilson and Tony's son in law fishing for the first time all three landing good bags of fish also on board Graham Foster and his son who also fished very well, old timers Ian Kellock, Dave Guest and Mark Kanarski they had a good days fishing as well, we still have spaces available for Saturday and Sunday and right through the week if you fancy a go call Sea Urchin on 07855439380.

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    UPCOMING INDIVIDUAL SPACES ONBOARD Sea Urchin IIl
    Sat 25/05/2019 2 Spaces 10 Hours
    2 shaun 4 b christmas 1 marek 2 lee 1 k martin
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    Sun 26/05/2019 10 Spaces 10 Hours
    2 karl
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    Tue 28/05/2019 6 Spaces 10 Hours
    3 jim bob 2 lee 1 jon holder
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    Wed 29/05/2019 7 Spaces 10 Hours
    1 paul 2 ian 2 ian kellock
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    Sun 02/06/2019 11 Spaces 10 Hours
    1 kevin
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    Sat 08/06/2019 7 Spaces 10 Hours
    2 shaun 3 b christmas
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    Sat 15/06/2019 3 Spaces 10 Hours
    3 shaun. 2 m garnett 2 d currie 2 ash
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    Mon 17/06/2019 10 Spaces 10 Hours
    2 k valentine
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    Wed 26/06/2019 5 Spaces 10 Hours
    FESTIVAL 1 paul 3 wilf 3 a gunner
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  • 22/05/2019 Fishing Report by Colin Penny on Flamer IV (Weymouth, Dorset)

    22 May 2019 by Colin Penny

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    A busy few days with a variety of trips.Had 2 days species competition fishing with the Welsh team v the Army team, pleny of different species caught which included Personal Bests for Peter Gardner 15Ib Undulate Ray(pictured) who was the top angler on the Saturday with the highest points total,Medwyn Jones landed his Personal Best Thornback Ray weighing 14Ib 8oz .
    The flatty trips produced Turbot Brill and Plaice with Roy Bailey landing his Personal Best Plaice weighing 3Ib 8oz . The Wrecks produced Pollack,Cod and Bass.

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    Fri 24/05/2019 2 Spaces 10 Hours £75.00pp
    Wreck Trip for Pollack,Cod,must have own tackle,
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    Mon 27/05/2019 7 Spaces 9 Hours £55.00pp
    Deep Water Reef/Bank Trip for Rays,Tope,Bull Huss,Conger etc,( 8 to 9 hour trip )
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    Wed 29/05/2019 8 Spaces 10 Hours £75.00pp
    Wreck Trip for Pollack, Cod, Ling,must have own tackle,
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    Fri 31/05/2019 8 Spaces 10 Hours £60.00pp
    10 hour Flatty trip for Turbot,Brill, Plaice,
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    Sun 02/06/2019 3 Spaces 10 Hours £75.00pp
    Wreck Trip for Pollack, Cod, Ling,must have own tackle,
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    Mon 03/06/2019 7 Spaces £55.00pp
    Flatty Trip for Turbot,Brill,Plaice,
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    Sat 08/06/2019 1 Space 10 Hours £75.00pp
    Wreck Trip for Pollack,Cod, must have own tackle,
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    Sun 09/06/2019 2 Spaces 10 Hours £75.00pp
    Annual 3 boat competition - Flamer IV v Meerkat v Supanova II,This year it is for Biggest Cod (wreck trip), join the Flamer IV dream team,Must Have own Tackle,£5 entry fee,
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    Mon 10/06/2019 4 Spaces 9 Hours £55.00pp
    Reef/Bank Trip for Rays,Tope,Bream etc, (8 to 9 hour Trip)
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    Fri 14/06/2019 1 Space 10 Hours £75.00pp
    Wreck Trip for Cod,Pollack,Ling, (must have own tackle)
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  • 21/05/2019 Fishing Report by Colin Graham on Blueye 2 (Tyne, Tyne and Wear)

    21 May 2019 by Colin Graham

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    Our evening trip went pretty darn well tonight, had 9 individuals on the boat 5-9pm landing over 30 cod to 7lb, the seas are really starting to settle now and clearing nicely, macky just around the corner and more cod to come. Get booked up as days are filling quickly now.

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    UPCOMING INDIVIDUAL SPACES ONBOARD Blueye 2
    Sat 25/05/2019 2 Spaces 9 Hours £45.00pp
    Wreck/ground fishing 7am-4pm
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    Sun 26/05/2019 2 Spaces 9 Hours £45.00pp
    Wreck/ground fishing 7am-4pm
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    Mon 27/05/2019 8 Spaces 9 Hours £45.00pp
    Wreck and ground fishing 7am-4pm
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    Tue 28/05/2019 2 Spaces 4 Hours £25.00pp
    Evening trip 5-9pm
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    Sat 08/06/2019 6 Spaces 9 Hours £45.00pp
    Wreck and ground fishing
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    Sun 23/06/2019 5 Spaces 9 Hours
    Wreck fishing
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  • 18/05/2019 Fishing Report by jon old on High Flyer 2 (Great Yarmouth, Norfolk)

    18 May 2019 by jon old

    Report on-board High Flyer 2

    May 18th 2019 weather was great for once few thornbacks pictured here with Ian Blyth catching the most today! Only one reasonable size smoothound rest of them small pups biggies should be about soon i would imagine. Decent whiting for this time of year and a spotty dog every 5 mins at times a pain but all sport. No bass today but thats fishing. Cheers to everyone was a great day enjoyed it.Big thanks to Geoff riley (Ipswich) for organising all the lads much appreciated. Doing a evening trip this Wednesday 22nd 6pm till midnight limited space usual number if interested. Cheers Jon (High Flyer 2) 07920043979

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    UPCOMING INDIVIDUAL SPACES ONBOARD High Flyer 2
    Sun 26/05/2019 6 Spaces 8 Hours
    6 places left
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    Sat 01/06/2019 7 Spaces 8 Hours
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    Sun 02/06/2019 5 Spaces 8 Hours
    1 places left
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    Sat 08/06/2019 6 Spaces 8 Hours
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    Sun 09/06/2019 7 Spaces 8 Hours
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    Thu 13/06/2019 7 Spaces 8 Hours
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    Sat 15/06/2019 4 Spaces 8 Hours
    4 places left
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    Wed 19/06/2019 7 Spaces 8 Hours £65.00pp
    Tope Special £65 per head 7 places left
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    Sun 23/06/2019 9 Spaces 8 Hours
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    Sun 07/07/2019 2 Spaces 8 Hours
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  • 18/05/2019 Fishing Report by Jonathan Law on Privateer (Rhyl, Denbighshire)

    18 May 2019 by Jonathan Law

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    First trips out this spring at last, with previous trips booked being very unlucky with the weather.

    Big tides this weekend gone, but easily fishable on both days I don't think any one had to use a lead over 8oz which is very pleasant. We were slightly unlucky in that there was a bit of an algae bloom showing which cut down water visibility quite drastically and although not targeted on either trip, I had hoped we would pick up some of the Mackerel and Herring that are around by accident on the baited rigs but it didn't happen. Some of the other Rhyl boats that did try feather rigs caught a number of Mackerel but fair to say the last two days, numbers were down due to the water clarity.

    To the trips. First on Saturday was the 2nd of the Rhyl species match series ... the 1st was cancelled for weather so this was the first opportunity of the year for most of the lads to get into their match fishing groove. The first hour was slow for species but plenty of Whiting, Dabs and Dogfish plus a couple of Gurnards kept the scorer busy but it wasn't the fishing we were after so a quick move onto some more broken ground livened things up a bit and the species tally started to rise with quite a few Codling and Huss showing. The Huss varied in size from the small up to double figures, with a couple estimated around 13lb, on match gear a good scrap. The scores were close around the boat with one angler getting a few high scoring Codling, whilst directly opposite him on the boat, another angler maxing out on his whiting. The rules in these matches are only the first 10 of a species count towards your score .... lots of banter around the boat as said angler no matter what he tried, just could not avoid more and more pesky Whitings ... infuriated him but kept humour levels up around the rest of the crew ��

    As the tide eased it was time to try a bit of drifting. A little bit early for my drift marks but we gave it a try. Whilst it was not frenetic a few Ballan wrasse, Poor Cod, Codling, Pouting and Goldsinny were caught and nice to see that some of the Ballans were a good size and as one angler needed a photo with his card, for his yearly species hunt I grabbed a moment to give it a weigh .... 3lb 6oz which a nice fish up here but in future I must weigh a few more because last year we had plenty of larger ones ��
    With the large tides, the short window of opportunity was soon over, it was time to steam to our last mark with the main target being Smooth hound.

    The last couple of hours were used by the anglers to max out on their Dogfish and Dabs and shared amongst the anglers 15, 8 point Smoothies and a nice Thornback Ray. As the light faded we made our way back to the pontoon and to tot up the scores.

    Between the 7 anglers overall 13 species were taken with most of the competitors having 9. The scores were very close which keeps the league nicely competitive but coming out on top was John Traynor with 9 species and 265 points in 6 hours actual fishing. The lads all enjoyed the fun but I'm expecting the points and species to rise quite a lot for the next one as the summer species arrive in numbers and the water clears a little ����

    Sunday due the tide size and times was a 5 hour introduction trip for a family group of new anglers, most of whom had never caught a sea fish or any fish for that matter before. So with the water clarity and a bit of a northerly wind blowing I decided to stay close to port in more sheltered waters and set the crew up for bait fishing.

    All the anglers caught which was great to see. Mainly Dabs, Dogfish and Whiting but a nice Huss and lots of hard fighting Smooth hound. A nice gentle introduction with lots of pics of their first ' Sharks' �� .... Next time out I'm pretty sure they will want to progress to the 50lb Tope and full strings of Mackerel �� ..... expecting them to arrive in the next couple of weeks in numbers ����

    So all in all a nice start for me and I hope, think the anglers enjoyed it too. Thanks for reading and I hope your all getting a good bend in the rod very soon wherever you may fish ��
    Tope are nearly here and I'm getting excited �� .. Cheers

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  • 21/05/2019 Fishing Report by Philip Higgins on Mistress Linda (Poole, Dorset)

    21 May 2019 by Philip Higgins

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    The last few days have provided some excellent fishing with plenty of Bass up to 6lb many being sizeable but small and nearly all being returned, not even taking 1 fish per person, as the tide eases we have caught some nice Plaice Gurnards and a bonus Turbot. At anchor over slack water we have been plagued with tiny Conger Eels and a few Undulate Rays.

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    UPCOMING INDIVIDUAL SPACES ONBOARD Mistress Linda
    Mon 27/05/2019 8 Spaces 3 Hours £25.00pp
    Short 3 hr morning trip
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    Tue 28/05/2019 4 Spaces
    Singles Day
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    Thu 30/05/2019 6 Spaces 8 Hours £50.00pp
    Bream fishing
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    Tue 04/06/2019 6 Spaces 8 Hours £50.00pp
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    Tue 11/06/2019 3 Spaces 8 Hours £50.00pp
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    Sun 07/07/2019 8 Spaces 3 Hours £25.00pp
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  • 05/2019 Fishing Report by Sam Cumming on Silver Spray (Poole, Dorset)

    May 2019 by Sam Cumming

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    We have just come back from our first visit to Alderney of the year and I’m pleased to see the weather is nicer on this side of the channel. We battled it out in easterly winds for four days with one day of light winds in the middle proving to be the most productive. Despite conditions it was our best flat fish trip for a few years in terms of numbers. Turbot to 9lb 8oz and brill to 4lb were the top fish; due to the weather we couldn’t really try many other types of fishing. In the Channel the wreck fishing is going well now the may bloom seems to be clearing. Still plenty of good pollock around and the first of this year’s cod, last trip produced 6 which is encouraging for our top month of June. Inshore fishing is going along very nicely with a mix of bass and black bream. The bass have been falling to lures of many varieties as well as slow jigs. Today I am out with Jon and Ben Cannings fishing for bass with LRF gear and it hasn’t disappointed with over 30 fish coming to the boat on 2-8 gram gear. With the right conditions this really is the best way to fish for the inshore bass. Biggest fish so far goes to Dave Mynor with a fine summer fish of 9lb 5oz caught on a skerries eel with a long trace. The bream have been plentiful some days and difficult to hook others as the visibility hasn’t been great in the bay. This should clear up as the month pushes on. Best bream so far is 3lb 8oz caught on a whole squid head by Barry. Looking forward to our first crack at Guernsey next week to target some new grounds, still a few spaces on our trip on 10th June if your interested.

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    UPCOMING INDIVIDUAL SPACES ONBOARD Silver Spray
    Sat 25/05/2019 2 Spaces
    purbeck bream and tope fishing - £55 2 spaces
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    Sun 02/06/2019 2 Spaces
    purbeck bream fishing - £55 2 spaces bass fishing possibly tope over slack - £65 10 spaces
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    Tue 04/06/2019 4 Spaces £65.00pp
    bass fishing with tope over the slack - £65 4 spaces
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    Wed 05/06/2019 10 Spaces
    bream fishing - £55 10 spaces
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    Thu 06/06/2019 10 Spaces
    bass fishing £65 10 spaces
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    Sat 08/06/2019 5 Spaces
    bream fishing - £55 5 spaces
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    Sun 09/06/2019 1 Space
    wreck fishing for cod pollock and ling - £75 1 space
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    Mon 10/06/2019
    4 day Guernsey trip. long distance Wreck fishing and banks for turbot and brill. £360 plus B&B 3 spaces
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    4 day Guernsey trip. long distance Wreck fishing and banks for turbot and brill. £360 plus B&B 3 spaces
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    4 day Guernsey trip. long distance Wreck fishing and banks for turbot and brill. £360 plus B&B 3 spaces
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