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Old 14 March 2012, 17:17   #101
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Anyone know where's good for scallops in The Solent please and how to catch them without diving and wrecking the seabed?
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Old 14 March 2012, 18:25   #102
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Anyone know where's good for scallops in The Solent please and how to catch them without diving and wrecking the seabed?
To be honest I don't know, but when I've been fishing I have loved it, ok it's only been for a couple of hours and then off for a cruise, but its always been well worth it
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Old 14 March 2012, 18:26   #103
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Old 15 March 2012, 03:51   #104
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Great show again reality of how dangerous it is was shown when he almost went over.
And fair play at keeping going during another bout of Mal de mare.
Love spider crab and off top France soon for a spot of work so shal be filling my face on seafood for the week.
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A bad dose of sea sickness is no joke. I have fed the sea gulls on may an occasion. I have to say he had my pity when I saw him sick again but he did well to stick with it

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Old 16 March 2012, 14:01   #106
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Great program now i want spider crabs
They say you can catch 'em off the web if yer not careful...

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Old 21 March 2012, 15:51   #108
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Thanks ! Work will have to wait !
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First time I've watched it and I was pleasantly suprised about how genuine and down to earth he seemed. Also interesting to see that 48 hrs should see someone overcome mal de mer.
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A great programme again and I thought the footage of the net reaping the seabed was enlightening, however I didn't think the programme really zoomed in and showed the unwanted that gets thrown overboard and probably dead too, such a waste so let's hope that comes across in later programmes.
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