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Old 29-07-2012, 19:42
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Ok, now for some sea fishing talk! lol



I am now the proud owner (well, OH is) of a Ron Thompson Evo Concept, 12' telescopic beachcaster rod, with a ukamu reel, and some feathery spinny thingies, and some sparkly fishy looking thingys lol (I typed it all because I don't know which are the important bits )

We've been beachcasting 4 times so far this week, look at this!http://i1090.photobucket.com/albums/...e/IMAG1044.jpg

We haven't caught any mackerel yet but I'm hoping! and anyway, with sunsets like that to keep you company who cares!

Thanks to all you fishermen/women I've finally joined you

Ps the photo is a little dodgey as it's HD quality, and the subject MOVED!
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Hubby's found two Beachcasters near the bins this weekend, one was a Shakespeare, can't remember the other one.......he's like a Magpie, he also brought a girls Mountain Bike from the Bins.........so not a bad weekends worth

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Old 29-07-2012, 20:06
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Hubby's found two Beachcasters near the bins this weekend, one was a Shakespeare, can't remember the other one.......he's like a Magpie, he also brought a girls Mountain Bike from the Bins.........so not a bad weekends worth

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Oh ML I'm jealous now! lol we paid 31 for the rod n reel, then another 15 on spinning things and feathers .... (sounds like a whole new thread!! lol)
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taking a couple of rods with us when we go to the caravan next month to have a go at sea fishing, will start with a bit of beach casting then have a go at fishing from the rocks then fech the fish back to the caravan to eat
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We don't allow fish cooked in the van

It stinks the place out
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Ha ha thats ok i will have the doors and windows open so everyone else can smell it
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Cook your fish on a barbecue outside like our neighbours do

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Cook it in the microwave.
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My OH went seafishing and brought some of his catch back once (he usually throws it back as he is really a carp fisherman). Anyway, he decided to try and fillet it I can tell you now he will never do that in the van again - it absolutely stank! I could have killed him lol.
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Graham

This link may be of interest to you

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