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Old 12 January 2014, 09:10   #31
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Me and Hadd have got that covered
Yep!! Might have the chance of a few lobster at that time of year Matt plenty rough ground for the pots
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Old 12 January 2014, 09:14   #32
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should be plenty fish knocking about in July, a big fishy feast & plenty
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Old 20 January 2014, 17:35   #33
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I'm not sure if it's aloud the old brick yard would be a good place to camp at Porth Wen
Its doable Andy I have found this video on youtube of a couple of ribbers anchoring up and camping for the weekend. Not sure if they are RIBnet members or not.

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Its doable Andy I have found this video on youtube of a couple of ribbers anchoring up and camping for the weekend. Not sure if they are RIBnet members or not.
Looks great Steve I'd be up for that a decision on the day I think for that spot, it would be all on the weather if the weathers anything like it was when we did the last fishing trip it would be great to camp there
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Looks great Steve I'd be up for that a decision on the day
Thats what its always down to
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Found part 2 anyone know who they are ??

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if its raining you could always set up camp inside the old brick kilns
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Is there anywhere to get fuel around Anglesey.
I can take my tanks out and walk up to a garage if necessary.
Just wondering if I was to use a lot of go go juice!
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If I am going to go round Anglesey which is approx 80 miles I have 2x22 litre tanks under jockey seat and I also carry additional 2x20 litre jerry cans and a 10 litre jerry can which is more than enough.
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If I am going to go round Anglesey which is approx 80 miles I have 2x22 litre tanks under jockey seat and I also carry additional 2x20 litre jerry cans and a 10 litre jerry can which is more than enough.
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For what size engine and boat?

I have 2x 22 litre tanks in the boat and another 22 litre spare and a 10 litre can too.
So that's close!
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