Blankpool North Wall .....1st September

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Blankpool North Wall .....1st September

Postby Shacky » Sat Sep 01, 2007 6:24 pm

Us BLAS boys had a match today. Here's how it goes.................

Five of us showed today. Things are starting to improve :roll:
Me, Kammy, Baby Shrek, Millsy and our new boy, but, old friend Ashley (Ash).
I arrived to see Millsy walk right past my car without recognising me. So i text him to say no one was going and was sorry :badgrin: . I won't tell you what he said to me, when i caught his attention :shock:
Anyway we all met up at the boat club. The sea was a bit rough and decided to fish the Cavendish rd area of the North Wall. This section has a nice sand bank and is noted for Bass.
We got to our chosen area and found a patch between the noddies :shock:
First chuck in, we were all hoping.....



From the start we were plagued with a lot of sea weed and strong tidal pull. Then Ash got the first bite of the day......In came this fella (37cm) :) .....


It was quickly measured, logged, photo, then into Millsy's fish bag :roll: .....


Do you ever get that feeling, when looking up at your rod. Wish for a bite.....


Next cast, Ash was watching a bite "Flounder" he said.......Guess what he caught ?......


Same again. Measured (36cm) :( , photo and put back to fight another day.....


Eventually the weed started to decline, along with the tide and the fish :(
Full tide came and went. We hoped the ebb would be kinder and we would all catch........Not today.
With half an hour to go, Ash pulled in a pin Whiting.
We all re-baited for the last 15 mins and sent our baits seaward......Then Ash declaired a bite at the end. In came another Silver Bar
8) .....


This was also measured (37cm), photed :( and returned to its watery home.....


It was a good day out. Nice to see some fish at Blankpool and Ashley taught us all a lesson.......You need to cast to the Isle of Man :wink:
Seriously though. He did well today and christened his new rod.

Well Done :)

Many thanks to all who attended, the company was usual :D
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Postby moan it in mid » Sat Sep 01, 2007 7:07 pm

nice one lads :D great report :D and some great fish aswell :D ;)
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Nice one

Postby midlifecrisis » Sat Sep 01, 2007 9:30 pm

Nice read, that looks a great venue. I'm now mobile on my mobility Scooter so thats got to be a possible. Its been suggested to me by members and now I see those pics I see why.

Good report,nice fish.

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Postby Tight Lines » Sat Sep 01, 2007 11:02 pm

Was thinking the same thing mesel` ;)

O yeah, good report Shacky. Some nice fish there..
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Postby Lee the chef » Sat Sep 01, 2007 11:47 pm

Nice fish well done
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Postby neil.price37 » Sun Sep 02, 2007 9:35 am

well in lads 8)

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Postby Paul Tucker » Sun Sep 02, 2007 9:51 am

nice fish there lad,s :D

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Postby bodget » Sun Sep 02, 2007 3:13 pm

good day and nice pics,where do you get your car onto the front?

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Postby Shacky » Sun Sep 02, 2007 3:15 pm

Either from the prom at Bispham (boat club), Gynn square or the Norbreck.
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Postby svenbren » Mon Sep 03, 2007 5:49 pm

;) well in ladies and ash :lol: :lol:
do you need a scaffold i can supply and erect tube and fitting/mobile fixed pasma scaffolds

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