cork day out 10/8/05 (Boat caught Guilt head bream)

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cork day out 10/8/05 (Boat caught Guilt head bream)

Postby screeming reels » Fri Aug 12, 2005 3:30 pm

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Duration:10hours

Tide:[/b high /low/ high

[b]Weather:
excellent, no wind , bright sunshine calm seas

Bait:mackeral,

Rigs:shrimp rigs , spreader bars

Results: 9 guilt head bream,( poss new irish boat record, if verified by specimum commitee)) 2 turbot, plaice,dabs, whiting, cod, pouting, poor cod, haddock, cuckoo/ ballan wrasse, bass, lsd, scad, launce, red gurnard/grey gurnard, pollock



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good day out with the benifit of a suprise catch of guilthead bream, had read about the posts from cunninger, and though to give it a try close inshore from a boat , and we struck rich.Average size 1lb, had 3 aound 1 3/4 lbs, great fighters)
great days fishing, cork area a great venue for different species to be caught all within 10 miles of the harbour.
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Postby Tanglerat » Fri Aug 12, 2005 10:31 pm

Screaming Reels, can I come play on your boat? :) That's a cracking day out and no mistake!
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Postby bigcol » Sat Aug 13, 2005 8:27 am

Cracking day out mate.What rig did you catch the turbot with and what bait did you use as I have been trying for them with no success yet?
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Postby screeming reels » Sun Aug 14, 2005 9:31 am

Hi,
just a long three hook flowing trace, with a delta spoon about 7 inches above the hook, plenty of beads etc, as for bait, just a sliver from the belly of a mackeral, about four inches long, keep your fingers crossed theres no whiting around!! they can be a pain.
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