Donaghadee

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Donaghadee

Postby kissafish » Mon Jul 25, 2005 7:54 pm

[b]People:About 12

[b]Duration:3 hrs

[b]Tide:In coming

[b]Weather:Calm

[b]Bait:Feathers

[b]Rigs:Feathers

[b]Results:About 5 keepable Pollock


[b]Report:Very Dissapointing, Took the kids out for a days fishing onboard the Brothers charter boat from Donaghadee (£10 per adult + £8 per child) The skipper drifted over 2 spots over and over again even though there was no fish showing on his fishfinder. Drifted over Donaghadee side of Copeland Islands about 1/2 mile from port.
The kids were totaly drunk off after an hour and just wanted to go home and so was i. WASTE OF MONEY!! :evil:
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Postby Drew » Tue Jul 26, 2005 12:35 pm

:shock: Sounds like a good day on the Brothers to me... lmfao
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Postby Adrian » Tue Jul 26, 2005 1:11 pm

K2,

Sounds like a good day on the Brothers to me... lmfao


Are you trying to tell us something?

Kissafish,

Did he not take you some where to try and get some mackeral at the start so that you could at least bait the feathers?
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Postby raymondo » Tue Jul 26, 2005 1:27 pm

look on the bright side...it was warm, it was sunny, you caught some fish and IT WAS CHEAP!!!!try paying for a place on a boat in donegal E50+ and no discount for children.
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Postby Drew » Tue Jul 26, 2005 3:23 pm

Im saying that was Probably the Brothers best Haul of the year :P
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Postby Adrian » Tue Jul 26, 2005 4:38 pm

look on the bright side...it was warm, it was sunny, you caught some fish and IT WAS CHEAP!!!!try paying for a place on a boat in donegal E50+ and no discount for children.


It was only for 3 hours, so not that cheap really.

The skipper sounds like a certain one I was out with this time last year from Mullaghmore.
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Re: Donaghadee

Postby kissafish » Wed Jul 27, 2005 9:26 pm

4 Keepable Pollock (just made the 30cm) Between a boat full of anglers - Not Good!! :?
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Postby Drew » Thu Jul 28, 2005 3:14 pm

lol, Sorry, My sarcasm doesnt shine through when I write it...
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Postby Guest » Wed Aug 10, 2005 8:05 pm

hi all
I missed the d'dee boat this morning and went out on missy moo from bangor from 2-5pm instead.
had a brilliant afternoon and the skipper kept moving marks when it got quiet.
the boat had about ten people on board and everybody caught plenty of mackerel.
cost was £12 and was brilliant value for money imho.
all the best
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Postby kissafish » Wed Aug 10, 2005 9:31 pm

Anonymous wrote:hi all
I missed the d'dee boat this morning and went out on missy moo from bangor from 2-5pm instead.
had a brilliant afternoon and the skipper kept moving marks when it got quiet.
the boat had about ten people on board and everybody caught plenty of mackerel.
cost was £12 and was brilliant value for money imho.
all the best
cky
I have had a few feedbacks about Missy moo from fellow angling mates, And every one is positive, Seems to be a good skipper.
I have been on a charter fishing trip on missy moo before, But we are talking about 8 or 9 years ago, When i was in the south-east-antrim SAC.
(too long ago to remember in detail)
But what i do recall is that he was very much into safety on his boat, Before we left port we were informed as to where all the safety equipment was and how to use them.
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Postby Drew » Wed Aug 10, 2005 10:41 pm

its a new Skipper now Kissa, Jon Erskinne, Best Skipper you'll find in North down, He'll try his guts out for you to find fish, can't recommend him enough. 8)
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