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Winter Codling on the Beara Peninsula.
1 INTRODUCTION

Successful anglers need gear and tackle to match the conditions and it is fair to say that cod fishing has led the way in tackle design suitable for surf and rock fishing. Rods may have got longer, When rock fishing longer more heavy duty rods in conjunction with a size reel help winch the terminal tackle, and hopefully a cod, in faster and higher so aiding to avoid snags on the retrieve.

Terminal tackle for cod should be simple one or two hook paternosters being ideal.


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Hook snoods, about cms in length of 9. Make sure to incorporate at least sixty pound breaking strain nylon in the foundation of the trace and the same as a shock leader on the reel. Bait in my opinion amounts to lugworm, lugworm, and if in doubt lugworm. Peeler crab can score higher in summer and in certain estuary marks such as Youghal and Waterford but for consistency look no further than the humble lug. As for cod fishing locations on the Beara, my apologies I am going to be vague, however the fish are there as the images prove and a bit of homework in advance will pay dividends.

Paul supplies bait, terminal tackle, and knows which marks are fishing. After that purchase an ordnance survey map of the area and seek out locations that provide access to clean ground close to headlands and strong tidal flows. Finding and experimenting at different venues coupled with asking the locals can elicit quite useful information as this writer will show further into this piece.

The fish illustrated were caught during a flattie session where the bait was cast onto clean ground off rock platforms. The cod present were feeding on sandeel many of which were regurgitated after the fish were landed. Once a potential mark is established in most cases to reach clean ground a cast of fifty metres over rough or graunchy seabed will be necessary, hence the need for a fast retrieve set up. Given that a walk is usually involved travel light and only bring what is absolutely necessary in a rucksack.

Spare reel, made up traces, leader line, hooks, swivels, small selection of plain and grip weights, clip links, scissors, filleting knife, head torch, super glue, a couple of spinners, and a set of feathers.

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I usually bring just one beach caster and always a spinning set up for bait catching purposes and to pass the time if things are slow. All the above along with some grub, wet weather gear, and a bait bucket should be sufficient to cover any eventualities while also being neat, tidy, and light to carry. Set up in the above fashion and due to gale force weather conditions I found myself on a mark by chance. Weather determines were one fishes on the Beara Peninsula and this day was no exception.

In the lee of a large mountain the relatively calm surface blanketed a medium swell, gusts generated intermittent white caps and a watery sun made an occasional appearance between the showers. Armed with this positive information relating to my prefered species I enthusiastically tackled up. Yes the channel.

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The negative side of social media cooks my head!!! Rant over!! And not just here in the Bristol Channel. Tight lines and happy hunting to you all. She has a top speed of 26 knots and a cruising speed of 18 knots. Now taking bookings for winter Cod fishing! Plenty of options! Anglers fishing South of the Needles have been pulling up some real quality Whiting, averaging 3 to 5lb. Along with the Whiting we are still getting the odd Cod, Thornebacks ,Undulate rays,. Smoothound and plenty and Conger eel.

The most surprising fish last month was a 17lb 11oz Pollack caught at anchor. B, a fish of 11lb 2oz. This group of dedicated volunteers travel all over the country to give up their time for this important annual meeting to select the England teams. Madsen and Tom Bagnall manager. All the facilities you would expect onboard a modern catamaran heated cabin, seating, cooking facilities.

The Conger seem to get bigger the further you go South, however the bonus was some good size Spurdog Inshore over the banks the Channel Whiting are still in good numbers with the average size around 2lb and our biggest weighed in at 4lb. Channel wrecking, reef fishing, 3 to 7 day Channel Island trips. Needles cod - bass fishing.

Bull Huss - Private Venture. Please contact Sandra Johnson at Sandra. A nice steady day inshore with plenty of species including spurdodog to 15lb, plenty of bull huss to 12lb, pollack to 6lb and whiting up to a stonking 4lb.

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There will be a few whiting still about and other species such as red and tub gurnard, pout, dogs, hounds and possibly a bonus cod. Reports from inshore commercial netsmen reveal that there has been a steady run of plaice from marks on the west side of Portland throughout the past three months…so. Anchoring on the Shambles Bank can be very productive in February for various rays plus late whiting and turbot.

There are also many more competitions taking place with an increasing amount of pleasure anglers learning from these competitive anglers whose catch rate is very impressive. Whilst this sound very much like uptiding, it is a variation on the theme with tackle deliberately being allowed to travel and search the ground. Rigs to handle this approach need to be carefully and thoughtfully constructed with special emphasis on streamlining and bait presentation.

Thank you to those who have persevered with the usual challenge of the winter weather and supported the Weymouth Charter Fleet. Good Luck for February and may the weather gods be generous. Individuals, Parties, Beginners welcome. Specialising in offshore wreck and ground fishing.

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I, fully licensed and insured. Hot drinks and rod hires available. Ring Dave on boat direct or evening Email dave oceanwarrior3. The editors decision is final. The claim will have to be backed by photographic evidence and weighed on accurate scales. Full name and address will be needed plus details of where the capture was made. If you wish to have your photo returned please enclose an S. Usual competition rules apply.


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RAF Valley provided accommodation for all competitors throughout the event. Competitors were provided with quality bait packs of 3 frozen mackerel, 2 packs of frozen sandeel, a small packet of frozen squid, and a packet of black lugworm daily by Malcom Gilroy the proprietor of Anglesey Bait Centre.

Match times were set from 1pm on Thursday 29th November until 6pm , with a high tide of 6. Bait combinations. The 40 minute drive back to the airbase gave time for the Championship organiser Sergeant Malcolm Hore of the RAF to sort out match cards and with the help of Team Captains and Managers they were double checked and the Day 1 results were quickly announced.

The 25 year old Chinook helicopter ground engineer serving at RAF Odiham is a very experienced match angler having represented England at full and home international levels winning Individual Gold and Silver Medals. To take the top three spots and open a 15 point gap over the Army was as good as it could be on the day. The Army have a top team and great history in this event. They are the team to beat and hopefully we can do it, especially this year. The Victorian structure is 1. The Breakwater is accessible in good weather and has a promenade on top which leads out to the Breakwater Lighthouse.