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Postby johnwest » Wed Jun 27, 2018 11:14 am

Out yesterday from Carlingford; the fishing was pretty poor with one mark producing lots of small codling and coalfish, only 1 mackerel the whole day. This left plenty of time to play with the fishfinder. First picture shows the track from crossing a large lorry ferry wake with disturbance reaching to the bottom; I wonder if this disturbs the fish?
Next picture shows the water column and seabed devoid of fish. Third image shows small codling(up to 1lb) tight to the bottom. Fourth image shows a set of feathers jigged on the bottom. The recording shows one "wave" above another, the top is the swivel and the stronger lower trace is the lead. Conditions were a flat calm sea with little background "noise".
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ship wake.jpg
no fish.jpg
No Fish
codling.jpg
Codling on bottom
jigging.jpg
Jigging
2011 species; 26

2012 species; 27

2013 species; 31

2014 species; 27

2015 species; 28

2016 species; 32

2017 species;28

2018 ; ballan wrasse, blenny, coalfish, codling, cuckoo wrasse, dab, dogfish, flounder, grey gurnard, launce, mackerel, megrim, pollack, poor cod, pouting, red gurnard, sea scorpion(ls), skate, smoothhound, spotted ray, thornback, tub gurnard, turbot, whiting
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Re: FishFinder images

Postby kayak fishing » Mon Jul 09, 2018 2:21 pm

thanks for info
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