Where: North Dublin (at my new favorite spot
High Water: 00:00
Equipment: 13ft bass rod with 3/0 specimen x pulley with size 1 Aberdeen pennel, and 15ft surf rod same rig.
My Bait: Peeler Crab
Conditions: A lot calmer than the night before, balmy weather, full moon.
Result: 2 dogfish, 83cm smoothhound (my shore PB)
Obviously after catching the bass last night I had to go back to the same spot, I got to the mark about an hour after low tide just to see what I was actually fishing into. About 2 hours into the session I could see my rod nodding but I thought it was the wind, but while reeling in to check the bait it was real heavy like a big clump of seaweed, turns out it was 2 dogfish on the one pulley rig, one on the main hook and the other on the pennel
About an hour before high tide the rod doubled over and I was onto a good sized smoothhound, it put up a decent fight, a few times it actually swam towards me and I thought it had got off but luckily I got it in, 83cm my new shore PB and another species for the hunt!
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