Latest Fishing Reports: United Kingdom

  • 28/03/2010 Fishing Report by brian poppy on Cleveland Princess (Lowestoft, Suffolk)

    28 Mar 2010 by brian poppy

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    28/03/2010 we were a bit late in getting away today due to the clock alterations,weather was a bit lumpy to say the least but we stuck it out, fishing was the same as saturday very slow but once the the tide started to ebb we started to catch fish paul had the biggest of the day a nice fat cod of 16lb with kurt his son having a one eyed baby about 3lb, 9 cod came to the boat with most weighing in at 7lb--8lb a great day was had and look forward to seeing you all again,brian.

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  • 27/03/2010 Fishing Report by brian poppy on Cleveland Princess (Lowestoft, Suffolk)

    27 Mar 2010 by brian poppy

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    Sat 27/03/2010 left moorings at 7.45 with Ashley and his freinds steamed out north of e/newcome about 4 mile off fishing was a bit slow with the flood nearing the end when the ebb started to run we started to catch a few cod it went a bit slow in the middle and picked up again at the end with a nice 14lb cod coming into the boat we finished up with 8 nice cod,weather was very good and so was the company,i enjoyed the wild boar pate that ben brought its a shame he get to eat any,thanks for some great entertainment see you all soon,brian.

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  • 29/03/2010 Fishing Report by Colin Penny on Flamer IV (Weymouth, Dorset)

    29 Mar 2010 by Colin Penny

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    FLAMER III MARCH REPORT - The wreck fishing continued to be good with plenty of pollack and quite a few ling being caught on a variety of lures.But the rhubarb and custard sidewinder doe's seem to work the best on most trips.The inshore fishing was a bit quiet but rays,smooth hounds,whiting etc were caught on squid and mackerel baits.The flatty's started to put in an appearance with plaice and turbot being caught.18 different species caught on Flamer III so far in 2010.Flamer Fish of the
    Month for March was awarded to Antonio Comparetto for his superb 19Ib 8oz pollack.Features - Flamer III was featured in two angling magazines in March,1/ a Pollack fishing feature in Total Sea Fishing and 2/ a Spring Species feature in Boat Fishing Monthly.Check them out if you have not seen them already.

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  • 27/03/2010 Fishing Report by stuart belbin on Razorbill 3 (West Mersea, Essex)

    27 Mar 2010 by stuart belbin

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    The fishing has picked up with some good THORNBACKS landed.5 anglers had 22 THORNBACKS the biggest was 18lb but only one COD, It's good to see that most of the fish (all the females) are returned and only males are taken.

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  • 27/03/2010 Fishing Report by gary humm on Swin Ranger (Brightlingsea, Essex)

    27 Mar 2010 by gary humm

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    although fishing is still abit patchy it is improving with every trip cod skate whiting all showing up

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  • 27/03/2010 Fishing Report by Bob Marshall on Duke IV (Ramsgate, Kent)

    27 Mar 2010 by Bob Marshall

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    First trip out since the relaunch with Jane's group from Deal. We managed to find the fish with some nice Cod to just over 8lb. Been a long wait but looks like the start of the sping run of Cod & Skate!

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  • 03/2010 Fishing Report by Bob Marshall on Duke IV (Ramsgate, Kent)

    Mar 2010 by Bob Marshall

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    Duke IV has just been relaunched following the annual service & we are ready to go!
    Best of all the Cod & Skate along with a few Bass & Tope have arrived off Ramsgate!
    Shake off those winter blues & come fishing!
    Space available throughout April & with prices the same as last year.
    You know it makes sense!!!

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  • 25/03/2010 Fishing Report by stuart belbin on Razorbill 3 (West Mersea, Essex)

    25 Mar 2010 by stuart belbin

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    What can you do on small tides? Around this part of the coast for uptideing we need the tide to run so neep tides can be hard to fish with not so much movement in the water the fish don't move about so much and that means the skipper can his work cut out!!!!
    Yep, that's right, today was one of the smallest in this set of tides, after some thought ( yes i know skippers are not very good at that!) i went to a deep water mark to see if the THORNBACKS had arrived yet? Thankfuly they had , and in some numbers, The total was 31 THORNBACK'S to 12lb 8oz and a codling.

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  • 25/03/2010 Fishing Report by stuart belbin on Razorbill 3 (West Mersea, Essex)

    25 Mar 2010 by stuart belbin

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    A late start today as this tripo is more of an outing for a family, After Sunday's trip i thought that we would go for some more THORNBACK'S, The tides were a bit smill for this mark but with the limited time that i had it would br our best shot.
    Almost as soon as we anchored we were in to a fish, a THORNBACK about 6lb, not big but a start, as the tide began to run harder the fish movement increased. We landed about 10 to 11lb at this mark then we moved to see if we could get some CODLING,At the second mark we landed more 6 THORNBACK'S to 8lb and 8 CODLING to about 4lb. Not bad for a short trip.

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  • 25/03/2010 Fishing Report by stuart belbin on Razorbill 3 (West Mersea, Essex)

    25 Mar 2010 by stuart belbin

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    A late start today as this tripo is more of an outing for a family, After Sunday's trip i thought that we would go for some more THORNBACK'S, The tides were a bit smill for this mark but with the limited time that i had it would br our best shot.
    Almost as soon as we anchored we were in to a fish, a THORNBACK about 6lb, not big but a start, as the tide began to run harder the fish movement increased. We landed about 10 to 11lb at this mark then we moved to see if we could get some CODLING,At the second mark we landed more THORNBACK'S to 8lb and 8 CODLING to about 4lb. Not bad for a short trip.

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