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had a stroll along hayling ,inn on the beach to sandbank,casting my ragworm as i went.wasnt as rougth as hoped.got back to the inn for hw.2hrs later first and only bass of the session,around the 1lb mark.blank avoided.
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Surprised you didn't have more mate, a bit of wind usually brings them in. Mind you we really need a good blow to throw up some limpet, they usually go mad when that happens. Hasn't happened so far this year tho'

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Well you certianly got that accordingt to the BBC News.

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We sure have had a blow now. My sister in law took a cracking picture from Port down when we had them storms on Monday, 3 lightening strikes and a pair of tornado's which by the way are called Sisters, all in the same picture. I'll try and get the pic on here.

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castman wrote:We sure have had a blow now. My sister in law took a cracking picture from Port down when we had them storms on Monday, 3 lightening strikes and a pair of tornado's which by the way are called Sisters, all in the same picture. I'll try and get the pic on here.
look forward to them pics mate.

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WOW a cracking pic mate.

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It's pretty good hey???? I knew the weather was bad but it's not until you see pics like this that you realise just how bad we had it.

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like the sister above fratton park.no wonder the game got called off.

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I was at Fratton park never seen weather like it, looks like Mondays going to be bad too!!

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I am being told that the picture is a possible fake and has come from the states.

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Post by nthendpompey »

it looks like a view from portsdown hill.the lights to the right could well be mountbatten centre,the line of darkness is normal along hilsea lines.no need for anyone to post a fake pic,no gain.either way still abrilliant pic.

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Post by castman »

Well defending my sister in law she's not the type to lie, plus she loves thunder storms and loves tsing photos of them, hence the reason she was on the hill taking the pics. I don't think I'll bother putting anymore pics up.

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keep posting them exciting pics.one persons view shouldnt stop you posting pics
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Post by castman »

Thanks Mick, I thought you might be out wetting your lines???

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