North Dublin 31.07.2021

Sun Aug 01, 2021 2:00 am

When: 31/07/2021
Where: North Dublin
Who: Myself
Duration: 23:30-01:00
Low Water: 23:50
Equipment: 9ft Spinning rod
My Bait: Shamrock Bass Attack Shallow Feed 128mm Charteuse Ghost
Conditions: Flat calm, chilly evening
Result: 2 Bass (both around 48cm)

Couldn't resist going back out tonight after getting bass the last 2 nights. I saw the craziest thing while wading out, bioluminescent algae were lighting up every step I took, never seen anything like it in my life, ended up messing about with that for a while before I actually started fishing :lol: anyways I was fishing for about an hour before I had a hard hit from a bass just as the tide turned and this bass was stripping line like crazy! After I got that fish in and dispatched I quickly got back to casting, and the second cast I got another bang, this one fought even harder! Another lovely bass of 49cm, I wanted to return this fish but because my lure had treble hooks and it swallowed it so deeply, I had to dispatch it. I could have kept fishing but because of the treble hooks I decided not to continue. So I need to change my hooks to singles for next time.



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