Latest Fishing Reports: United Kingdom

  • 18/10/2010 Fishing Report by David Hancock on Excel 2 (Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire)

    18 Oct 2010 by David Hancock

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    Small tides and a bit of wind this week has meant the catches have been disappointing as we`ve not been able to get to where we`d like to go. Never mind the option of going shopping was worse ! Thankfully there`s been plenty of doggies and whiting pulling the strings at Kent charter fishing.
    This week should see normal service resume as the tides are building and the wind going westerly, all in our favour for Kent charter fishing from Ramsgate.

    Dave.

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  • 17/10/2010 Fishing Report by Rich Cope on Mistress (Whitby, North Yorkshire)

    17 Oct 2010 by Rich Cope

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    The lads yesterday booked a days wrecking as they had never been before. things got off to a slow start but picked up through the day after a bit of guidance. The wreck we finished on really started fishing well on the last few drifts but we had to leave it to get in. We ended up with Ling to 15lb again, Cod to 7lb and a few pollack too.

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  • 13/10/2010 Fishing Report by Pete Rose on Sea Urchin IIl (Whitby, North Yorkshire)

    13 Oct 2010 by Pete Rose

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    Had a fantastic day out on the distant wrecks yesterday with a group of regular lads from Manchester who wanted to target cod as apposed to ling which was forming forming the biggest part of the inshore fishing of late so I decided to steam off with the forecast half decent and a 2.5 hour journey either way this is always a gamble but the lads knew the pitfalls and were happy to sacrifice fishing time in the hope of a jackpot,

    the anticipation was evident with all the lads having just traveled on a two hour trip from Manchester then another two hours plus on top I was really hoping there journey was going to be worth the wait, as the wrecks grew closer land was only just visible and the sea was threatening a change with fresh northerlies getting fresher this was either going to be sh*;;”t or bust,

    as I run over the wreck I could see a huge feed mark which can be a good sign but alas not always the only way we would know if I had made the right choice was to get the lines down to the bottom first drift the lads were taken completely by surprise all the rods were in before they hit the bottom some had shads some were on the jigger some on hokias didn’t matter there were so many fish down there every hook was taken on every drop, after the first three drifts I asked the lads on the hokias to change on to a single hook it was taking an age to pull fish up with huge cod on every hook, they agreed and all switched to mainly shads of different colours drift after drift saw a fantastic stamp of cod mostly in the 8 to 10lb range with the best at 16lb with enough fish for the table we decided enough was enough and left what must have been hundreds of cod below us for another day and headed home on the long journey with a stiff northerly breeze behind us the trip was slightly faster by 10 minuets and we were back in town by 4pm,

    a day to remember and all the lads agreed they had not witnessed cod fishing like that ever and a few p.b. were broken in the process

    this proved to be a jackpot day which could just as easily been a disaster Whitby will continue to produce the goods for anglers prepared to try alternative trips in my opinion

    the uptide season is just around the corner with heaps of juvenile cod showing this summer the prospects of a good season look promising

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  • 07/10/2010 Fishing Report by Rich Cope on Mistress (Whitby, North Yorkshire)

    7 Oct 2010 by Rich Cope

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    Given the large tides, we had a great day wreck fishing. We drifted using jellyworms until the tide eased allowing us to drop our bait rigs down fishing with mackerel and squid. everybody had a great day with Ling to 15lb, Cod to 7lb and Pollack to 7lb. Other fish included in the catch were, Whiting, Pouting, Poor Cod, Coalie and Mackerel.

    Pictured; Mark & David Seaman

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  • 10/2010 Fishing Report by Paul Fitch on She Likes It Rough 2 (Shotley, Suffolk)

    Oct 2010 by Paul Fitch

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    October so far has seen few trips due to the poor weather we are getting at the moment. When we have managed to get out the fishing hasnt been to bad. Roker have made up most of the trips landing 17 one trip and a dozen another. Nothing huge with the majority of fish being 4-6lb with the odd better fish in amongst them. Stil far to many spotty dogs to mention! A few late smoothound up to 8lb have also put in an apperance. We saw more winter species on the last trip with some good sized Whiting and our first cod of the winter trips was caught by Ahmed a nice 7lber.
    Things stil seem be running that 3- 4 weeks late as everything so far this year has been. Hopefully on the next set of tides a few more codling will show.

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  • 13/10/2010 Fishing Report by paul sykes on Trojan Warrior (Whitby, North Yorkshire)

    13 Oct 2010 by paul sykes

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    A COUPLE OF DAYS FINE WEATHER AND GOOD FISHING .JUST DONE TWO 5 HOUR TRIPS WITH SMALL GROUPS AND THEY WERE WELL PLEASED WITH THE RESULT.
    IF A FULL DAY SEEMS A BIT DAUNTING AT THIS TIME OF YEAR, GIVE THIS SHORTER CHARTER A TRY.

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  • 12/10/2010 Fishing Report by stuart belbin on Razorbill 3 (West Mersea, Essex)

    12 Oct 2010 by stuart belbin

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    Fishing at the weekend was hampers by strong winds again and the weekends will now be knowen as WINDENDS!

    Fishing is seeady when we can get out to fish with THORNBACKS, Good bags of large whiting, Dogs and more CODLING showing.

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  • 09/2010 Fishing Report by Gethyn Owen on My Way 2 (Holyhead, Isle of Anglesey)

    Sep 2010 by Gethyn Owen

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    Sadly September was a very hard month weather wise, following the reasonably settled spring and summer months of 2010, early indications for autumn were gloomy with low pressures appearing to dominate the pressure charts.

    September did however start off on a high, with very settled high pressure and sunshine bearing down on us for the first few days. Drifting offered plenty of ballan and cuckoo wrasse, with weights up to 5lb and 1lb 8oz respectively. I even managed to snare myself a decent wrasse during 1 trip out and break a long standing 4lb pb with a fish of 4lb 10oz.
    The first week of September saw us fishing with the Armed Forces. Teams of 9 anglers from the Army, Navy and RAF fished a hard battle against one another in the prestigious Inter Services Boat Angling Championships, a full report is available on our website.

    Inshore and the fishing was fairly hectic once again with a good variety of fish coming aboard My Way. Along with some good spotted rays, we had a few thornies and a few good blondes.
    Other species included the world famous Welsh Tiger Shark, yep honest, it was reported so in the papers a few years ago - we normally call them dogfish though :-). Plenty of red & grey gurnards around along with a few nice tubs. The Tub Gurnard is not a fish we catch in abundance, but 2010 has seen a fair few around the 2lb mark. Further catches inshore included pollack, huss, whiting, codling, smoothies, dabs, plaice, strap congers and a few others.

    We managed a few trips into Holyhead Deep, however after 5 excellent months gone by with huss, tope and spurs in abundance, the trips of September returned very few hard fighting sharks. Plenty of huss, however only a handful of tope and a few small spurs were really all that put bends in the rods.

    Above one of the many red gurnards that we've landed this year. This was Mike's first ever red, so a great catch for him that was photographed a fair few times :).
    With the weather playing it's part in scuppering a fair number of days afloat during September, I have slowly been building up our Fish Identification pages. They have been under construction for a fair while now and really still have a little way to go. The pages are not designed as a complete species reference tool, more a photographic identification of the many species caught aboard My Way.

    There is however a small amount of text to assist with id and also some facts about the specie -http://www.goangling.co.uk/fish_ID.htm

    Here ends our brief September report, hopefully a better October will help forget a few of the woes that September brought. Currently though, a F6 to 7 NE has put paid to todays outing, though with some high pressure looking to move in early next week I'm keeping my fingers crossed.
    Enjoy your fishing where ever you go .... http://www.goangling.co.uk/availability.htm





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  • 06/10/2010 Fishing Report by Lyle Stantiford on Supanova II (Weymouth, Dorset)

    6 Oct 2010 by Lyle Stantiford

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    September really did Supanova and Weymouth proud. Some fantastic bream, bass and flatfish fishing really made every day an absolute joy!!
    Bream to touching 5lb's, bass to 8lb, Brill to 6lb and two cracking flattys which set new boat records. Ken allard with his monster plaice of 6lb 12oz and Pete Hollingberry with one of the biggest Turbot from Weymouth this year with a life changing fish of 22lb's! This fish takes the Supanova fish of the month for September.

    Long may this fantastic fishing continue and the fine drop of weather!

    TIGHT LINES ALL!!!

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  • 02/10/2010 Fishing Report by paul sykes on Trojan Warrior (Whitby, North Yorkshire)

    2 Oct 2010 by paul sykes

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    Despite constant poor sea conditions the fishing here at Whitby is as good as ever.We just need the weather to improve so we can get off.
    Last Saturday was a weather window and the day worked out fine.

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