Latest Fishing Reports: United Kingdom
Fishing Report by Colin Penny
on Flamer IV (Weymouth, Dorset)
20 Jun 2018 by Colin Penny
The Smith brothers Rick and Roger had a good day flatty fishing with Rick getting a grand slam with Plaice,Turbot and Brill with his biggest Brill weighing 5Ib 4oz (pictured), brother Roger best Brill was 4Ib 2oz.View Boats Page
NOTE: The Flatty fishing continues to be good with some good size Plaice being landed along with Turbot and Brill.
The Next Flatty Trips with places available are on June 29th, July 2nd, 3rd, 5th,
FLATTY COMPETITIONS - July 7th - Flamer IV Plaice Competition, July 18th - Flamer IV Flatty Competiton, July 19th - Annual Flamer IV v Top Cat Plaice Competition,
July 27th - The Weymouth Turbot and Brill Competition, October 26th - Flamer IV v Supanova II - Flatty Competition,
DON'T MISS OUT - BOOK YOUR PLACE(S)
Fishing Report by Kevin McKie
on Size Matters (Plymouth, Devon)
Jun 2018 by Kevin McKie
We are just steaming back to Plymouth from Guernsey after a 5 day charter.View Boats Page
Fresh bait was a big problem at times but we chipped away and done well in the end.
The lads caught,
Blonde Ray to 16lb,
Undulated Ray to 14lb,
Pollack to 12lb,
Cod to 12lb,
Ling to 10lb,
Turbot to 5lb,
Tub Gurnard to 4lb,
Bass, Black Bream, Red Gurnard, Mackerel, Scad, Lance, Pout, Poor Cod, Whiting, Dogfish.
Star of the trip was 81 year old Brian Webster from Liverpool, he caught his first ever Turbot of 5lb. He has been fishing 63 years and still enjoys being out fishing with his mates.
We only have a few individual places available for 2018.
Thursday 28th Wrecking £75 pp 2 places available.
Friday 29th Wrecking/Conger £75 pp 1 place available.
Sunday 8th 23 hour Wrecking trip £150 pp
1 place available.
Thursday 12th Wrecking £75 pp 1 place available.
If you are interested in booking a trip with us in 2019 from Plymouth we only have 8 days available.
We have now started taking bookings for 2020 Summer season from Plymouth.
Size Matters Plymouth.
Fishing Report by Jason Parrott
on Lady Ann (Ramsgate, Kent)
21 Jun 2018 by Jason Parrott
A trip round to Queenborough for an event that was cancelled, no matter we stayed the night, a few beers the night before and a hearty breakfast before slowly set off for home, Wind was blowing making it a bit choppy butView Boats Page
we managed loads of small hounds but I won the pot with 9 lb hound. Few mackerel showing but need the clearer water, all in all brilliant day
Fishing Report by Rich Ward
on Shy-Torque III (Whitby, North Yorkshire)
Jun 2018 by Rich Ward
Some very reasonable inshore fishing again this week working in the shallow water.View Boats Page
Yesterday we were hard ashore again, working the ground off Port Mulgrave in 60 ft where the lads picked away steadily until the weather turned against us around 2pm.
Fish were coming aboard on the bait and also fair and square on the shads too so the water is nice and clear again there at the moment. Sadly we are predicted a Northerly swell again which will colour the water on the inshore marks again for a few days.
With the summer competition starting on Saturday we will be working the wrecks again looking for the £5000.00 winner !!
Good luck to all those who are fishing with us in the competition again this year.
Fishing Report by Jonathan Law
on Privateer (Rhyl, Denbighshire)
19 Jun 2018 by Jonathan Law
I have only one place left on the Species hunt league, competition. Friday 13th July (2pm-10pm). If you are Interested, please message me and I will send all the details thanks.View Boats Page
In other news, the mackerel have now arrived in numbers, some truly huge ones not un common, closely followed by the Tope. The species numbers are building and I do know of Bream being caught plus other species of Interest, including a John Dory caught just west of us and a very rare Imperial Scaldfish caught by myself .... Dogfish numbers are really dropping and every thing else is really picking up, good signs
Fishing Report by Allan Skinner
on JFK TWO (Tyne, Tyne and Wear)
20 Jun 2018 by Allan Skinner
20th juneView Boats Page
fishing is still really good with a lot of fish on the hard ground and inshore wrecks, although the wind did keep us inshore there was still plenty of fish taken
mostly in the 2-4lbs mark and a few 5-6lbs, prawns and squid are essential. and today I would say the prawns outfished all others
the shads still took a lot of fish, but prawns were best bait, with mick and Johnathan taking around 30 fish each.
and as the wind eased teatime, davy took this lovely ling just over 17lbs
so the fishing is still looking really good
we have places available next week please ring for details 0780 8684358
Fishing Report by Paul Kilpatrick
on Sea Otter 2 (Whitby, North Yorkshire)
19 Jun 2018 by Paul Kilpatrick
The lads have been smashing it on Sea-Otter 2 last weekend it was just mad non stop action Saturdays party from Jedburgh had around 200 cod all on shads tuesdays lads also had a hell of a day weather playing havoc here with northerly winds the £5000 1st prize summer festival starts Saturday just a few spaces left in fancy a dabble give me a bell on 07748705695.View Boats Page
My latest video on here is from Tuesday is plenty of cod fillets for the lads .
- 20/06/2018 Fishing Report by Lee Brown on Kelsey Leigh (Tyne, Tyne and Wear)
Fishing Report by Simon & Shaun Pedley
on Our Joe-L (Paignton, Devon)
6 Jun 2018 by Simon & Shaun Pedley
Plenty of Pollock Showing on the Wrecks now with Cod showing up too. Quite hit and miss on location still though but its great to see them coming up in numbers!View Boats Page
We was catching Pollock and Cod about 2-3 wreck length off the wreck witch shows the amount of fish down there.
Sidewinder Blues, Reds and Yellows were possibly most successful lures of the day but all lures and makes had caught a number of fish.
Fishing Report by Cliff Grant
on Blue Moon (Poole, Dorset)
17 Jun 2018 by Cliff Grant
A trip down to The Shambles revealed there are not to much on the bank. Onlyba ssmall party and one small Brill. Not a good day at the office!!!! Sea conditions rough and the journey onto the mark was barely worth the early start and the exhausting joirney down to bank.View Boats Page
One Brill and the hat was it!!! Lots of boats drifting but didn’t see any action.
Thinking of Isle og Wight next for some Ray fishing.