Dublin Boat Marks IMELDA 3/6/13

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Dublin Boat Marks IMELDA 3/6/13

Postby JOHN1 » Tue Jun 04, 2013 9:54 am

People:two

Duration:10 hours

Tide:little

Weather:like summer

Bait:rag crab squid launce mack lug

Rigs:various

Results: (9) species. cod, pollack, whiting, LSD, Ballen Wrasse,Launce,Dab,Smoothound,Grey gurnard.

Report:well headed off for a few hours yesterday first stop was my Launce mark to get some fresh bait a few minutes later we had about 20, so off we went in search of a few animals which didnt want to play ball , had plenty of dogs and a few hounds but nothing else seemed interested in our offerings so after wasting a lot of time fishing for what dont seem to be there we went in search of a few more species, headed to a drop of deeper water and scaled things down a bit not long till we were into a few dabs grey gurnards and whiting and more dogs.
another move into an old mark of mixed ground seen us among a few cod on the first few drops the best going to 50cm with a good stamp of wrasse near to 4lb in the mixture aswell with a couple of small pollack turning up to see what was going on.
great day to be out good few fish and great weather what more could you want.


oh yes nearly for to stick the worst part of the day in i arrived back at the slip for 9pm to be met with the slip more or less taken over by two foreign nationals and their roll up boat and gear half blocking the place up, with two fine sized dying Ballen Wrasse on the slip, now the only reason they were left on the slip on display is because there was no room left in the plastic bag that was already full of them, sickening too see this type of shite going on.
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Re: Dublin Boat Marks IMELDA 3/6/13

Postby yappo » Tue Jun 04, 2013 10:02 am

Nice one John good few species and that's a fine cod. :D I must try some of my rays marks and see if any about. Hope to get out thurs, fri or sat or maybe all 3. :D


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Re: Dublin Boat Marks IMELDA 3/6/13

Postby JOHN1 » Tue Jun 04, 2013 10:13 am

I was out on a couple of my ray marks not a sniff, all going well they wont be long coming around. might see you out there on thursday friday and saturday if i dont see you out later today :lol: :lol: wont see you on wed as i have to be on dry land for most of the day :wink:
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Re: Dublin Boat Marks IMELDA 3/6/13

Postby anthony byrne » Tue Jun 04, 2013 10:35 am

Nice one John 9 species was deadly ! The big lads are starting to show up, hoping to have a go this weekend :P still early but sure if your not in you can't win.
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Re: Dublin Boat Marks IMELDA 3/6/13

Postby bassboy » Tue Jun 04, 2013 11:11 am

Lovely session well done ,I hate to see such a beautiful looking fish being wasted,I have the same problem in my local river where a foreign man takes tiny trout that haven't even bred yet. Does anyone know if there is a legal size limit for keeping brown trout,because it really does my head in .thanks

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Re: Dublin Boat Marks IMELDA 3/6/13

Postby JimC » Tue Jun 04, 2013 11:13 am

Nice fishing John!

There are more and more of these types afloat nowadays. In my experience not really nice chaps on many levels.

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Re: Dublin Boat Marks IMELDA 3/6/13

Postby Sweetwrasse » Tue Jun 04, 2013 11:32 am

Very nice fishing John1 and lovely mix of species 8) Shame to see the carrier bag coming out :evil:

bassboy wrote:Lovely session well done ,I hate to see such a beautiful looking fish being wasted,I have the same problem in my local river where a foreign man takes tiny trout that haven't even bred yet. Does anyone know if there is a legal size limit for keeping brown trout,because it really does my head in .thanks


Bassboy, I fish the River Dodder regularly. The minimum size for trout there is 9 inches. I'm not sure if size limits vary from river-to-river?
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Re: Dublin Boat Marks IMELDA 3/6/13

Postby MAC » Tue Jun 04, 2013 11:56 am

Trout limits vary from river to river.. On my club stretch of the Boyne it's 11cm and C&R only after 1st of June. Most club members wouldn't take trout from the river. Most rivers are controlled by a club, and the FN's doing the damage, typically would not be members of the club. Might be worth getting in touch with the club and letting them know what's going on.

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Re: Dublin Boat Marks IMELDA 3/6/13

Postby Rob Millard » Tue Jun 04, 2013 12:19 pm

Great report John. Saw some of the roll up boat brigade on Sunday. Not really sure what can be done about it!
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Re: Dublin Boat Marks IMELDA 3/6/13

Postby FRANK1 » Tue Jun 04, 2013 1:22 pm

I like your parking spot John .I was just out feathering in the Conor with my two girls for an hour and saw you and Harry zipping around outside the harbour.Didnt see where you were earlier .Must bring my binocs next time .Neer a mack around yet .Tried twice last week out of dunaloire as well.All the best .
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Re: Dublin Boat Marks IMELDA 3/6/13

Postby JOHN1 » Tue Jun 04, 2013 4:17 pm

FRANK1 wrote:I like your parking spot John .I was just out feathering in the Conor with my two girls for an hour and saw you and Harry zipping around outside the harbour.Didnt see where you were earlier .Must bring my binocs next time .Neer a mack around yet .Tried twice last week out of dunaloire as well.All the best .


seen the back of you when you were heading in then it clicked with me who's the boat was, heard of a few macks caught last week none since water temp was reading 10 to 11 c so things are on the up :wink: binocs wont help you it's the bait presentaion that does the tricks :lol: :lol:
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Re: Dublin Boat Marks IMELDA 3/6/13

Postby liamemac » Tue Jun 04, 2013 6:07 pm

poor wrasse : (
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Re: Dublin Boat Marks IMELDA 3/6/13

Postby bassboy » Tue Jun 04, 2013 10:20 pm

Most people don't even know that there is fish in it but I don't want to give the location away as it is quite small and only about 10 trout in it at the most ,It's somewhere in the camac is all ill say
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