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Old 19 June 2015, 02:18   #31
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Originally Posted by willk View Post
That'll be a Polling then.
That was a fast strike Willk ...

But Naw..a polling doesn’t get my vote ..even though it looks like an ugly cross between a Sturgeon Fish and a Salmon. IMO Lulu could sing a better tune that that hybrid fishy pair..

My vote is on a well sucked whiting.. that couldn’t swim faster than a snail ...but if an expert can give a positive ID.. please let us know

Two Gurnards were caught by The Gurnard

Four or Five of the evil Eye species of Spur Dogs

And three cod's lungs

The wind blew up in the afternoon.. so we quickly got fed up with the fast drifts..and 2lb lead weights..trying to keep the lures on the bottom.

So we packed up and had a night in Oban Campsite. I really enjoyed a shower that night.. as I looks and stank like the mystery fish above.


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Old 19 June 2015, 09:21   #32
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My vote is on a well sucked whiting
Looking at the fins, I'd have to agree;

a very skinny specimen indeed.

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