Latest Fishing Reports: United Kingdom

  • 21/10/2018 Fishing Report by jon old on High Flyer 2 (Great Yarmouth, Norfolk)

    21 Oct 2018 by jon old

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    Published by Jon Old · Just now ·
    Few pics from the weekend of 20/21st Oct 2018 just plenty of whitting all day wherever we went, odd thornback still about with spotty dogs but not so many thank god! All the fish inshore couldnt catch a thing offshore complete waste of fuel and time. I presume everything is eating the shrimp on the beaches. Still patchy herring probably due to the water temperature of 14.5 degrees so no fresh bait at the mo. Bad forcast cold winds and snow for weekend with artic blast unfortunately we need it bring on the cod. Many thanks to everyone from the weekend was most enjoyable.Cheers Jon (High Flyer 2)

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  • 10/2018 Fishing Report by Aaron Smith on Bad Boyz IV (Holyhead, Isle of Anglesey)

    Oct 2018 by Aaron Smith

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    As we come to the end of our first week back on the mighty Mersey we take a quick look at the action......

    The Cod river, well we have boated Codling on every trip albeit particularly small at the time being, this is mostly down to the current water temperature being a tad high. We have some cold weather due in this next 7-10 days which will no doubt bring some larger cod into the river.

    The ray fishing has been good for the majority, best day bringing just shy of 30 to 5 rods, with one day only bringing 6, however we did sit out a few hours for a coddie or two.

    Best fish of the week went to John Nicolas with a fine thornback ray of 11lb12oz, Plenty boated around 4-8lb.

    Other catches included Dogfish, Whiting, Dabs and the odd crab ��

    We'll be back next weekend on the cod hunt as the tides start to drop away ��������

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  • 22/10/2018 Fishing Report by Rich Ward on Shy-Torque III (Whitby, North Yorkshire)

    22 Oct 2018 by Rich Ward

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    This last weekend fished very well indeed for both Saturdays and Sundays teams.

    We had a mixed group aboard the boat on Saturday. All regular anglers from as far afield as Birmingham and Barnsley. We fished a wreck around 17 miles to start the day off where the lads picked around 25 fish from it.
    We moved back inshore a bit then, where the lads picked steadily for the rest of the day on the rough ground. Best rod on the day was Simon England from Leeds who ended up with 15 fish with a mixture of Cod, Ling, and Pollack.

    Sunday saw a team of 7 taking the boat for the day. Phil Walker and his mates from around the Hornsea area joined us where we fished around the 9 mile ground for the first few hours with a steady picking of Cod and Ling being boated. With the forecast set to increase by mid afternoon we moved to a strip of ground on the 7 mile where we found some much better Cod and Ling. Cod to 11.5 lbs and Ling to 12 lbs were landed along with a good number of Pollack to just over 8 lb. A great days sport for all.

    Sadly, the forecast is set to be rubbish all this week so time for a few maintenance jobs on the boat. Hopefully the weather will improve for next weeks anglers.
    We do have some spaces left on a couple of the days.
    Tuesday 30th October - Room for 4 anglers.
    Thursday 1st November - Room for 4 anglers.

    Cheers and tight lines as ever!

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  • 22/10/2018 Fishing Report by Paul Kilpatrick on Sea Otter 2 (Whitby, North Yorkshire)

    22 Oct 2018 by Paul Kilpatrick

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    Sea otter 2 recently has had been getting those double figure cod Saturday was no exception with a 15 lb cod and a 16 lbcod a day of 2 half’s wrecking and Uptiding the 15 lb cod Came wrecking and 16 lb was taken Uptiding which over the last the cod fishing has exploded stacks of cod being taken on worm and squid the rods bouncing literally all day long done great sport .

    The up-tiding festival starts on the 3 rd November for 2 weeks with a £1000 for the biggist cod pause a top ten leader board and daily cash prizes as well .

    Here nick with his 16 lb caught Uptiding .

    Tel 07748705695

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  • 20/10/2018 Fishing Report by Pat Jones on Kerrykim (Amlwch, Isle of Anglesey)

    20 Oct 2018 by Pat Jones

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    We were out yesterday and had an excellent day although it was quite breezy.
    We had well over 20 spurdogs most over 10lb, plenty of mackerel and whiting, tub gurnard, red gurnard, ballon wrasse
    goldsinny wrasse ,big bullhuss to 16lb and pollock to 6lb on the reefs. We also got smashed up by big tope but failed to land one.
    All in all an excellent and enjoyable day.

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  • 21/10/2018 Fishing Report by steve wake on Channel Warrior (Bridport, Dorset)

    21 Oct 2018 by steve wake

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    Another good day on the bream unlike yesterday though it did slow up in the afternoon . If this fine weather continues the bream fishing should go well into November

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  • 21/10/2018 Fishing Report by Philip Higgins on Mistress Linda (Poole, Dorset)

    21 Oct 2018 by Philip Higgins

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    This week has been a bit unpredictable the early part of the week the water was so coloured that it affected the fishing but as the week progressed the water cleared and normal fishing was resumed with some quality fish inc a superb 21lb 12 ozs Undulate Ray for new angler Wayne. Yesterday we went offshore and found plenty of Tope ,Eels , small Pollack and a few Bream which unlike previous years were smaller than expected. Today we ventured out to try something new and found plenty of quality Plaice and some early Channel Whiting. Since the Bass restrictions have been lifted we have not landed one over the boat imposed size of 46cms so their have been a few lucky fish returned. It has been refreshing to see the Whiting come in early and the size has been better than usual for the start.
    More updates to follow

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  • 10/2018 Fishing Report by Aaron Smith on Bad Boyz IV (Holyhead, Isle of Anglesey)

    Oct 2018 by Aaron Smith

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    Our first day back in Liverpool for the winter season was a fair success, we did manage a couple of Codling to 2 1/2lb which seemed to be a bonus with the current water temperature.

    The rest of the catch made up with loads of whitings and dogs, along with 14 Ray's to 10lb 4oz and a single dab.

    A stunning sun set to finish off the day ����

    If you want to get out this winter, fire me a message, we have a few midweek dates left for the season on some great tides ������

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  • 10/2018 Fishing Report by Roy Smith on FairWay AQUA STAR (Amlwch, Isle of Anglesey)

    Oct 2018 by Roy Smith

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    hi fishing still good off amlwch although not much wreck fishing due to weather but inshore still loads of mackerel and plenty of tope spurdogs and huss after them. Many large fish lost with snap outs and tope biting through gear . Good Pollack coalfish and wrasse on reefs when water clear on neap tides. Lets hope we contine to get good weather to carry on fishing . Note cheaper rates for winter fishing which can be quite good cheers Roy

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  • 07/10/2018 Fishing Report by Peter Mackintosh on Mistress (Tyne, Tyne and Wear)

    7 Oct 2018 by Peter Mackintosh

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    Another cracking day fishing aboard Mistress. Talk about a mixed bag! It was my best day for catching a number of different species.
    Tony had to search around before he found some fresh mackerel for bait. After that, we set off and headed to a few wrecks, picking up a few Cod. I had a couple to about 4lb before landing a Ling about the 10lb mark. The I hit a Ballan wrasse, a few Pouting and Coley before, taking a couple of whiting. After catching a weaver fish, I had a fierce bite. Reeling in, I thought the fish was decent; it was fighting hard. When it broke the surface I couldn't believe it- a wolf fish. The first I'd ever caught. Not big by any standards, about 6lb but it put up a great fight. Tony showed me the best way to skin it and recommend frying it like scampi. It's an ugly looking fish, but one of the best I've tasted.
    Many thanks Tony, for another's fantastic day.

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