Chesil Sunday AM

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Well fingers crossed the weatherman has it right for once. Just picked up some fresh lug and hoping to hit chesil for morning high water ill let you all know how it goes.
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you might find it a tad rough ,blowing very strong now and chucking it down

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Its suposed to drop off for the morning. We live in hope
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Try this link it is updated hourly

www.xcweather.co.uk

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Cheers Colin wicked site not looking to bad
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Post by bossman »

Hope all went well, look forward to your report - I'm hoping to go monday if the weather holds.

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Not good Still blowing a gail and very rough fished for two hours with no luck so came home to the warm ill try again in the week
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You are a braver man than me!!!!!!!!! I was walking along Chesil this morning and there were twenty foot waves. PLEASE don't even try fishing at night in those conditions - In the day light you can see the rogue waves at night you can't.
As a local I can turn and go home - If you travel distance, don't be tepmted to 'give it a try' as a diver I know what the undertow is like in mild conditions, you would have NO chance of getting out of a rough sea on Chesil. If you do get down there when it is like that, give the stone or pleasure pier ago, It is always calm around them and they offer shelter, no you won't get a 20lb cod, but would you on the beach???

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should never be fishing in them conditions any way just put rnli in unnecessary position sorry

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boris didnt mean to step on toes with that last report just think too many folks try their luck just to fish a top mark

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handy to know tel no would be good if you got one firm beleiver of preparing befor you go was hoping to pop down for a bit may well leave it until the storms subside cant think of better place to be on weekend than chesil just chill and watch amazing sunsets and great fishing

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Here you go - http://www.denningtackle.co.uk/

Speak to either Paul or his missus Carol (they do good bait too, I have not heard anyone complain about the quality of their worms) Paul is a match fisherman himself so knows his way around sound advice.

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cheers mate for info

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