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PostSubject: fishing the Mersey   January 29th 2011, 21:39

we locked out about 7-45 ish this morning, anchored of seaforth the fishing was slow 2 codling between 5 of us me ,ronnie richie grant, billy ully and my mate frank, the biggest was just on 3 pounds ,we went over to the c23 for slack water and some good sized flatties where caught, nice day ,good company, and a good laugh, on locking in we got talking to some other boat crewes,black dog had 5 between 5 of them biggest was 5 pounds goldilox had 6 , lady helen had 2, the cod are still about but an east wind made it hard going
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PostSubject: Re: fishing the Mersey   January 30th 2011, 21:47

well in to you all ,good days fishing

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PostSubject: Fishing the Mersey   February 3rd 2011, 13:04

Sounds like you had a good day.
Went to pick up boat at 6.30 minus 5 very cold my fingers were freezing.
Nevertheless had a good day out on the river despite catching NO cod.
Nice to be out on the water again.
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PostSubject: Re: fishing the Mersey   February 3rd 2011, 20:59

Well done Lads
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