Lambay Is

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Lambay Is

Postby Swords Fish » Mon Jun 27, 2005 10:48 am

People: Kiwijbob, Skipper & me
Duration: 12.15 to 12.30pm
Weather: Hot dam hot
Bait: Feathers
Results: 15 Macks, 1 whiting

Plan was to feather for bait for a short period. It seemed every time we dropped we scored.
With enough macks for bait (& the proceeding BBQ) we attempted to move position in search of the bigger fish.
Equipped with Rag, Sand ells & plenty of fresh mackerel for an afternoon of fun we discovered the engine would not start.
After 2 hrs drifting & attempting to fix engine we were finally towed (rescued!) by the crew of a yet to be identified boat from Rush sailing club who generously took time out of their schedule to come to our assistance.

Thank you guys from the 3 burnt Lobsters.

Them macks tasted so good it was nearly worth all the hassel !!
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Postby DAMIEN » Mon Jun 27, 2005 10:57 am

jesus you were lucjy lads i guess the tide was drifting away from the island??oh and theres nothing like bbq macks after a day fishing.. :D
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Postby Swords Fish » Tue Jun 28, 2005 9:06 am

Yeah the tide ensured that the dangerous rocks off Lambay did't come into play.

Just damaged pride .... we had only joined the Rush club a few hours previously. What an introduction to our new clubmates !!!
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