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Old 13 November 2005, 05:13   #41
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Originally Posted by Nos4r2
I'd be happy with ANYTHING... So far this year in 6 trips where I've fished I've come up with 2 undersize bass, a baby bream a gurnard,a dogfish and a shitload of bloody wrasse. Must be doing something wrong, but there's no info anywhere on the web about baiting techniques, fishing depths etc...Most sites cover the basics and assume you automatically know the rest so the stuff that actually gets you fish is missing.

What size shrimp are you talking mullolnan?
Anything other than minute. I do a bit of spearfishing, it's great being down there in their world. Wrasse are a pain, they are so dozy that you can almost poke the spear through them without firing! The prob is they're not worth eating. Spider crabs are a treat. When they are about, we hang a net off a surface marker bouy and fill it 'til sinking with crabs.

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Old 13 November 2005, 05:27   #42
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Cheers! Where do you hook them, what hook size, depth etc for bass?
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