Report for Sandown (deal)

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Report for Sandown (deal)

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Went out Wednesday after the breakwater at Dover called off again. Decided to fish from Sandown over the High Tide. Nothing feeding in the morning, after two bursts of rain and sleet decided to ditch last of my worms and squid and pack up. This done reeled in the rods and
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Typical, just as the buggers show i,m heading for home. Still, a personal best for me, can only get better. Seems sandown fishes best High tide down.



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Not bad fish m8 wot size?

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Knife is 10", so about 15-16".No scales so couldn,t give weight.Sorry.

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My guess is it must be bout apound surely well done though m8.

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nice knife but cant see the fish it blends in sooooooooo well with the pebbles lol nah nice fish mate gary :D

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well done mate

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Nice one mate :)

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How far were you casting, was the sea rough, and did you catch it in daylight or at night ?
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Adrenaline-Junky wrote:How far were you casting, was the sea rough, and did you catch it in daylight or at night ?
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AJ i think he casted until the weight went down, the sea was wet, and it was between dawn and dawn :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D

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ha ha very funny mate, do you ever go fishing bass man or do you spend ur whole life on here comenting.

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Adrenaline-Junky wrote:ha ha very funny mate, do you ever go fishing bass man or do you spend ur whole life on here comenting.
i have not been for about 6-8 weeks mate because i've been very busy with darts tournaments also when i wanted to go either the weather has been bad or i've been ill :(( :((

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stop niggling lol

wish my knife was that big then i could show a fish that size too hahaha i only get tidly ones blaaaaaaaaaaah
nice fishy!

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Thanks folks. Aj, the sea was calm the bugger was landed at just before two o'clock. Hope he was a loner or it means i missed out on some great fishing. :( Chap just along from me had tried a variety of baits with bugger all to show for it and followed me off the beach so believe mine was a loner. Hope this helps. As for the knife, did i say knife, silly me, it's one of those replica samurai swords obviously :D

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