Mayo beach

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Mayo beach

Postby joe the junior » Mon Jul 16, 2018 12:51 pm

Fished friday night at a beach mark 10pm-1.30am. weather was favourable and big tides running. first cast produced a small flounder. after this was a small turbot teabag sized. afew casts passed and in came a turbot of 23cm and another flounder. the dogs then appeared. had 8 for the night with a 15cm weever and a coalie inbetween. the weed moved in with the tide and i called it a night. enjoyable nights fishing. lugworm and mack the bait.
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2018 species: whiting, coalie, flounder, turbot, plaice, dab, sea trout, thornback ray, dogfish, sandeel, Launce, Mackerel, Pollack , Bullhuss, corkwing wrasse, ballen wrasse, rock cook wrasse,Cuckoo wrasse, grey gunard,tub gunard,Red Gunard, weever fish, 3 bearded rockling, Five bearded rockling, ling, common blenny , rock goby, conger, Pouting,silver eel, scorpion fish, scad, poor cod, mayo bass (35 species)

2019 Flounder, Dab, Turbot, Plaice, Pollack, Coalie, Pouting, Whiting, Codling, 3 bearded rockling, Sea Trout, Dogfish, Bullhuss, black goby, rock goby, corkwing wrasse,Ballen Wrasse, Conger Eel, Shore Rockling, Long Spined Sea Scorpion, Lesser weever, common blenny, bass, twaite shad, smoothhound, Dragonet

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Re: Mayo beach

Postby corbyeire » Tue Jul 17, 2018 10:46 am

Seems like a decent but not very interesting session that we regularly get out west. Do we envy those lads down south and east with all their species!
fair play on the report all the same
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