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I don’t associate decent Pollack fishing with summer, but located a number of good fish in West Cornwall that tested LRF gear to the limit. Great fun on metals and weedless plastics.
During the first few days in May and the weather decided it wasn’t best for My Way to set sail, we r... ...ttled down over the Spring Tides. Conditions were still breezy but quite good given the conditions, pollack and codling on the drift with doggies, whiting, more codling, huss & others coming to the boat ... ...nots of tide, this really did put up a great fight.Plenty of species showing up inshore, with small pollack and wrasse making far more regular appearance whilst on the drift around the rock marks and on the ... ...h July promising to be a great month once again, check our spaces here - boat or current individuals
Weird. All the Pollack have turned into Bass :0) Perfect way to christen the new 5g Rock n Force though
Cast after cast I made to the grassy edge of a small island. On the retrieve my lure, a gold Johnson Silver Minnow, stopped dead in the water and a split second later something pulled on the other end... ...rabbed it. The rest as they say, is history. Another story which originated around the coastal area and is actually believable, states that saltwater fishermen of the 1930s often fished for bluefish, pollack and striped bass using spoons made from the metal shroud around the headlights of automobiles of the time. I have no idea how true these stories are, but they are interesting.I spoke to Kurt Mazurek ... ... this much history behind them they should not be hidden at the bottom of your box. Dig them out and use them. When that bull red or black drum almost breaks your rod in half you will be glad you did.
With temperatures hitting 20OC at the weekend and the light winds that came with it, it was all very... ... hooks and baits were the order of the day and fish caught were mostly pouting, whiting, wrasse and pollack. The winner was Rob Tuck with 5lb 11oz, runner-up James Doe had 3¾lb, Nik Highfield in third weighed in 1lb 5oz and the heaviest fish was a 12oz pollack for Rob Tuck.The Frinton beaches have seen the first of the thornback rays arrive. Colchester Sea A... ...of small bass plus a few eels.The high tides for the weekend are Saturday 18.38pm and Sunday 19.45pm
What a month April has been, weather wise we often refer to April showers, but this last month I thi... ...great spurdog fishingI had avoided drifting the inshore rock marks for a number of weeks, sadly the pollack were slow to move in and the waters far too cold still for wrasse. By Mid April, it was time for another try.Thankfully the smaller pollack were around together with a few coalfish. Nothing big, but a start for inshore fishing and with fis... ...71 924046 or visit his website where a handy calendar displays the boat availability for each month.
Hailing from New Hampshire Dana Benner has been writing about fishing and the outdoors in the traditional press and digital media for more than 30 years. In his first feature for Planet Sea Fishing he... ...any areas in an effort to protect the remaining cod population which has been over fished. Just because the cod fishing is closed doesn’t mean that we aren’t still out there wetting a line. There are pollack, haddock and flounder; there are mackerel and bluefish, and then there are the famous striped bass.Though the striped bass has been heavily fished as well as the cod, thanks to strict regulations, bo... ...o.You can contact Stripers-R-Us by calling +1 (508) 362-9195 or email them at Stripersfirstname.lastname@example.org. You can also visit their informative website to book and admire catches from previous outings.
A 90 minute Night Game session at Poole Quay resulted in some good fun with the local Pollack population. All fish were caught in the top third of the water column. A couple of big Smelt even managed to inhale the size 8. Best of all, and what really gave me payback for braving the(...)
Out on the boat. Obligatory LRF over slack water resulted in Pollack – entirely expected at this time of year. Briefly tried to target one of a small number of early Garfish but this only ended in frustrating, if not entertaining follows. For both, I was using a miniature Carolina Rig, with a free running(...)
March 2016 was true to form, plenty of wind and rain mixed in with some gloriously fine days aboard My Way. The fishing, when able to get out was generally very good for early season, with some great ... ...tland, and third was the RAF with 968%.Our general fishing trips in March tend to centre on our mainstay species, dogfish, whiting, codling and huss. These are caught in abundance with rays, coalies, pollack, dabs, congers and a few others making an appearance.When the weather permitted, we travelled to areas of Holyhead Deep and encounter some fantastic sport from the packs of spurdogs passing through o... ...ig spurdog with a fine specimen of 15lb 15ozFor trip bookings contact the skipper Gethyn Owen on 07971 924046 or visit his website where a handy calendar displays the boat availability for each month.