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#1 stonefish

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Posted 15 January 2012 - 04:17 PM

On Saturday i met up with Col and Mally for a spot of kayak fishing
The plan was head to North landing Flamborough for a go bouncing hokeyes and other shiny and coulurful stuff off the sea bed

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When we got there it was lumpy and very very cold
Mally and Col are brave souls but yhis is to much this cold
We opted to go South instead as the sun may help

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It was a lot nicer on the South side of the head

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It looks nice and sunny but it is god dam frezzing
It is best to keep dry when its cold but a launch here requires wet feet

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We were armed with jigging stuff and here the water was a little coulered
we had a few unsucsessful drifts

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The tide was running very fast so we dicieded to hook up to a crab bouy
The bouy seemed to take forever to get to
We were not equiped to bait fish so armed with a mackeral and hokeyes stared to fish for whiting and flat fish

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we got a few of each and put a few back
2 other kayak anglers past us on the drift aproxx 20 miles an hour
I felt for them knowing what paddle back lay ahead

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after about an hour a crab boat wanted to be at his bouy
my feet were cold now so it was good to get moving again
we went to some kelp beds to drift our macky over it in the hope of a hungry cod
2 shore anglers were doing the same

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We were getting cold so we called it a day mid after noon

I got home and still had cold feet
i set about turning fish into tea

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I filleted the whiting and flatty
put em in a dish added garlic salt , pepper butter and some lemon

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This warmed my feet up nicley stood in front of the rayburn
i cooked it on 5 bits of wood heat for 15 mins
i took it out and poured the jucie away and gave it another 5 mins

Result warm feet and tea was lovley

al

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Posted 23 January 2012 - 06:48 PM

Great report Al,looking forward to getting up that way again myself ;)
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Posted 21 May 2012 - 08:19 AM

Thank you so much for coming up with an idea to keep our feet warm.

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Posted 21 May 2012 - 04:43 PM

Welcome to Anglers' Net jin1234i.
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