Hoyle Bank

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Big Kev
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Hoyle Bank

Postby Big Kev » Mon Oct 23, 2017 6:34 pm

How long after low is it worth fishing ? The plan is to fish 1 down 2 up then shoot to Seaforth Rocks for the last couple of hours of the flood....can`t decide between Hoyle and Formby for the low water :roll:
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Re: Hoyle Bank

Postby Steve Duffy » Mon Oct 23, 2017 7:59 pm

Big Kev wrote:How long after low is it worth fishing ? The plan is to fish 1 down 2 up then shoot to Seaforth Rocks for the last couple of hours of the flood....can`t decide between Hoyle and Formby for the low water :roll:


When me and Ian go out there we generally get there 30 mins before low,pump some worm and then walk back in as it floods.It seems to fish poorly on the ebb and then comes to life on the flood.It can race in once the flood gets going.The Urfe/Pyramid set up works well out there as you can twitch it back without fear of snagging.
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