carnage on the beach.

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carnage on the beach.

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just been down to hayling this morning collecting limpet .never seen so much sealife washed up.limpets,whelks,clams.all sorts of differant crab.also hundreds of starfish,some around 9 inches across .l
it just looks like someone had emptied a fishing net .
just goes to show how powerful mother nature is.
be out when the weather settles over the nxt few days.



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I have always said the sea makes a great playground but it a hell of a dangerous place for the uninitiated.
Due to the asthma and COPD I won't venture out no till there's a great improvement in the weather.
Cheers
keith :D :D

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dont blame you staying indoors keith .only us nutters prepared to fish the conditions.going armed with a bucket of limpet and rod in the morning to see if i cant winkle out a bass.got a couple of hrs before her indoors goes to work and a break in the wind.

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Was down Hayling Island yesterday too - was mother nature showing who is boss!

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