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I propose to hold an AN LRF fish in at Samphire Hoe on Sunday 13th September;

Samphire Hoe is off the Dover to Folkestone carriageway of the A20. You access Samphire Hoe through a traffic light controlled tunnel in the cliff. Samphire Hoe postcode: CT17 9FL and Samphire Hoe is signposted.

There is ample parking available at a reasonable £2.00 per day and an angling day ticket is £6.00 for the day

High tide is at 12:10 so meeting around 8:00 The park opens at 07:00, but you need to get there.

Expected species will be Wrasse (Ballans, Goldsinny and Corkwing), Pollack< Pouting, Blennies and Mackerel. If you have drop-shot gear it will be ideal I will have a couple of rods spare. The best lure to use id the Isome or Power Bait worms also ragworm works if you are desperate for a bite.

 

Tony

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Well the weather was OK until 12:00 and then it p**d down and we got soaked, still we managed quite a few species: Tompot Blenny, small Pollack, Ballan and Corkwing Wrasse, and Pouting, I managed one

I was down at the Hoe on Saturday and did well on Isome worm catching Pouting, small Ballan Wrasse and three species of Blenny. A pity the Pollack didn't show up.

You wil be able to pull in the rocks with that outfit Barry, we will be fishing with 2kg line and 5-20g weights and size 6-10 hooks, the Congers will not stand a chance.    

Me too!

 

 

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I was down at the Hoe on Saturday and did well on Isome worm catching Pouting, small Ballan Wrasse and three species of Blenny. A pity the Pollack didn't show up.

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I was down at the Hoe on Saturday ............................................three species of Blenny.

Shanny, Tompot, and......... ?

 

 

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n4lly I will have a couple of spare LRF rods with me so this will not be a problem.

 

Shanny, Tompot, and......... ?

Black

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Black

???????????????????

 

Never heard of a black blenny

 

Black goby , yes

 

Is "Black blenny" a local name ?

 

I was hoping you would answer Butterfly or Montagu's Blenny, either of which would be a new species for me.

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Yes of course it was a Black Goby, locally wrongly called a Blenny, I have never even seen the Butterfly or Montagu's Blenny which I understand are very attractive little fish.

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