Mariners Wharf Night Seasion - Tuesday 18/9/18

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Mariners Wharf Night Seasion - Tuesday 18/9/18

Postby seaangler » Wed Sep 19, 2018 8:09 am

Me and our kid went to Mariners for the Early tide on Tuesday morning.

Time: 02:00 till 07:00
Tide Height : 23ft

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We had loads of dogfish couple of rays dropped and plenty of whiting came out as well.
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Re: Mariners Wharf Night Seasion - Tuesday 18/9/18

Postby fulhamgeezer » Wed Sep 19, 2018 9:09 am

hi mate, good session, I am hoping to get my 1st session of the year maybe tonight at otterspool prom but my lavers timetable doesant seem to match your times from Tuesday!!

iv got Wednesday, high 0634 and 1741pm, height 24.0. am I missing something?

just waiting to see what happens with the storm.

regards,

steve.

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Re: Mariners Wharf Night Seasion - Tuesday 18/9/18

Postby seaangler » Wed Sep 19, 2018 9:29 am

fulhamgeezer wrote:hi mate, good session, I am hoping to get my 1st session of the year maybe tonight at otterspool prom but my lavers timetable doesant seem to match your times from Tuesday!!

iv got Wednesday, high 0634 and 1741pm, height 24.0. am I missing something?

just waiting to see what happens with the storm.

regards,

steve.

hi steve

we fished this session tuesday am so technically it was a monday night session
High water was at 06:02 so we fished it 4 hours before and 1 hour after. because the tides are very low in height at the moment the mud banks stay covered and it allows you to fish it a bit earlier than usual.

i will be doing sesssion tonight from 4am till 9am if you are interestdd in a fish and meet?
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Re: Mariners Wharf Night Seasion - Tuesday 18/9/18

Postby seaangler » Wed Sep 19, 2018 9:35 am

seaangler wrote:
fulhamgeezer wrote:hi mate, good session, I am hoping to get my 1st session of the year maybe tonight at otterspool prom but my lavers timetable doesant seem to match your times from Tuesday!!

iv got Wednesday, high 0634 and 1741pm, height 24.0. am I missing something?

just waiting to see what happens with the storm.

regards,

steve.

hi steve

we fished this session tuesday am so technically it was a monday night session
High water was at 06:02 so we fished it 4 hours before and 1 hour after. because the tides are very low in height at the moment the mud banks stay covered and it allows you to fish it a bit earlier than usual.

i have just double check your tide times and i make it: 07:34am / 8:07pm. you need to add +1 hour on in the Winter time up unil 31st October. hope this helps.

i will be doing sesssion in the early hours between 4am till 9am if you are interestdd in a fish and meet?
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Re: Mariners Wharf Night Seasion - Tuesday 18/9/18

Postby davie495 » Wed Sep 19, 2018 9:37 am

fulhamgeezer wrote:hi mate, good session, I am hoping to get my 1st session of the year maybe tonight at otterspool prom but my lavers timetable doesant seem to match your times from Tuesday!!

iv got Wednesday, high 0634 and 1741pm, height 24.0. am I missing something?

just waiting to see what happens with the storm.

regards,

steve.



Dont forget to add your hour on for British Summer Time :thumbsup:
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Re: Mariners Wharf Night Seasion - Tuesday 18/9/18

Postby seaangler » Wed Sep 19, 2018 9:48 am

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davie495 wrote:
fulhamgeezer wrote:hi mate, good session, I am hoping to get my 1st session of the year maybe tonight at otterspool prom but my lavers timetable doesant seem to match your times from Tuesday!!

iv got Wednesday, high 0634 and 1741pm, height 24.0. am I missing something?

just waiting to see what happens with the storm.

regards,

steve.



Dont forget to add your hour on for British Summer Time :thumbsup:
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Re: Mariners Wharf Night Seasion - Tuesday 18/9/18

Postby Piotrek » Wed Sep 19, 2018 6:09 pm

Again great session I went on perch rocks last Thursday evening but no rays just 4 doggy few waitings and 1 dab. I seen just 1ray on the beach :confused:

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Re: Mariners Wharf Night Seasion - Tuesday 18/9/18

Postby seaangler » Thu Sep 20, 2018 3:43 pm

Piotrek wrote:Again great session I went on perch rocks last Thursday evening but no rays just 4 doggy few waitings and 1 dab. I seen just 1ray on the beach :confused:

Hi Piotrek. gutted for you on the ray front. If you want to join us on a ray session this weekend or next you are more than welcome to join us
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Re: Mariners Wharf Night Seasion - Tuesday 18/9/18

Postby GAZZ3R » Thu Sep 20, 2018 4:29 pm

Well done chaps, been waiting for the Rays to show at Mariners for ages.
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Re: Mariners Wharf Night Seasion - Tuesday 18/9/18

Postby seaangler » Fri Sep 21, 2018 11:15 am

GAZZ3R wrote:Well done chaps, been waiting for the Rays to show at Mariners for ages.

cheers Gaz. yer looks like they hzve started feeding now aftercthat long period of hot weather we had....Let me know how you do if you ebd up going to Mariners mate
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Re: Mariners Wharf Night Seasion - Tuesday 18/9/18

Postby Piotrek » Sat Sep 22, 2018 9:39 pm

seaangler wrote:
Piotrek wrote:Again great session I went on perch rocks last Thursday evening but no rays just 4 doggy few waitings and 1 dab. I seen just 1ray on the beach :confused:

Hi Piotrek. gutted for you on the ray front. If you want to join us on a ray session this weekend or next you are more than welcome to join us

Hi mate if I will have a time and plan to go on mersey I contact with you. On the next week I have a plan go on Anglesey but must be better weather :thumbsup:


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