Portugal boat trip

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Portugal boat trip

Postby Stephen8wood » Wed Dec 02, 2015 3:18 pm

We took an opportunity of an afternoon of fishing on Saturday afternoon last, sailing out of Alvor. Four rods on a beautiful day. It only took twenty minutes to steam out to the mark, a reef, where we had all kinds of sea bream, scorpion fish, garfish, squid, etc. The bites were constant and picked up over the afternoon with the bream growing in size as the light faded. 3 and a half hours in the sun on a well run boat and back to land for another great meal. Happy days!
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Re: Portugal boat trip

Postby Stephen8wood » Thu Feb 18, 2016 3:03 pm

Just a few pics to add. Ah here, life is too short for changing the size of pics
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2012: less fish again,

2013: even less fish.
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Re: Portugal boat trip

Postby Tanglerat » Thu Feb 18, 2016 7:35 pm

Resized pics now! :)
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Re: Portugal boat trip

Postby Paddy002 » Thu Feb 18, 2016 8:08 pm

Lucky bo11ox :lol: spare a thought for us that are gonna get drenched in gale force winds the wknd
2019 Species:
Codling, Whiting

2017 Species:
Mackerel, Dog Fish, Whiting, 3 bearded rockling

2016 Species:
Pouting, Cod, Coalfish, LSD, macks, pollock, dogfish, Bass, Eel, Garfish, Ling, conger, yellow fin tuna, Skipjack Tuna, parrot fish, Trigger fish, Scad, Conger, whiting

2015 species:
Codling, sea bass, mack's, flounder, Dab, three bearded rockling, coalfish, dog fish, bull huss, ballen wrasse, Pollock, European eel, cuckoo wrasse, ling, conger,scorpion fish, cod, pouting, blue shark, whiting
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Re: Portugal boat trip

Postby Stephen8wood » Tue Feb 23, 2016 3:19 pm

Tanglerat wrote:Resized pics now! :)


I'm still confused. What do I do next?
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2012: less fish again,

2013: even less fish.
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Re: Portugal boat trip

Postby chuckaroo » Tue Feb 23, 2016 8:49 pm

Stephen8wood wrote:
Tanglerat wrote:Resized pics now! :)


I'm still confused. What do I do next?

Are you using a computer/laptop or iPad or phone?
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a specimen flounder (2.5lb+ or 40cm+), first tope, first bluefin tuna
First wolffish, a 35lb+ shore-caught halibut, a 20lb+ shore-caught cod, a 10lb+ coley, a 4lb+ plaice (Norway)
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Re: Portugal boat trip

Postby Stephen8wood » Wed Feb 24, 2016 4:31 pm

Computer
List 2010. fish

List 2011: less fish

2012: less fish again,

2013: even less fish.
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Re: Portugal boat trip

Postby chuckaroo » Wed Feb 24, 2016 11:48 pm

Stephen8wood wrote:Computer

Assuming that you have access to the pictures on your computer, and assuming that you have Microsoft office and not a Mac... This may read long-winded but i assure you it takes seconds:

1. open your picture in Microsoft Office Picture Manager. One way to do this is to right-click on the icon of the image and then choose Open With then Microsoft Office Picture Manager. The other way would be to simply just open MOPM and then open your pics in there
2. once a picture has been opened in MOPM, click Edit Pictures and in the menu that appears on the right-hand side click Resize
3. from 'Predefined width x height' click on the little drop-down menu and select Web - Large (640 x 480px) or whichever size that suits you. Press OK once selected
4. the image is now resized but must be saved to a location so that you can then upload it to the report. To do this click File and select Save As then save the image to desired location e.g. Desktop. NB it can be useful to rename the resized image at this stage so as to be able to distinguish it from the original un-sized image.

when posting a report, editing a report, or posting a reply to a topic/report at any stage, you will always have an option of 'attaching one or more files', this is to include resized pictures. this option is offered below the main box where you type the report/reply.
so, below the text box of the report/reply click on Choose File. Then go find, select and Open the resized picture, then click on Add the file. thats it done. Submit when you have uploaded all pics you want to - i think 5 pictures can be added to any one report/reply at any one time.

Let me know if you get stuck

Looking forward to seeing lots of pics :)
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