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Old 22 August 2005, 03:34   #1
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Pic of Selsey Yesterday -

Went out in my Boat and my mate in his fishing boat (wilson flyer)
a place called "bullock point" - My mate caught a repestable size smoothound, (looks like flippin shark) - I caught bugger all, my mate, was sick over the back (see image) after a heavy night on the sauce, I nearly went after smelling him being sick, nice conditions on the way out, quite hairy coming back !
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couple more all fish caught were too small were returned carfeully unharmed and very much still alive, the smoothhound was areal fiesty bugger, we slung him back a bit sharpish
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Old 22 August 2005, 04:52   #3
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Bullock Point?

Bullock Patch perhaps, 50 42.085N 000.54.843W. We caught a lot of Black Bream there earlier in the year, but there's only babies there now.

Nonetheless you were lucky! We spent Saturday fishing Whitecliff Bay, the area around Dean Tail, and on the way back the approaches to Langstone. The final bag: 1 mackerel, one (tiny) Bass and an even smaller Pollack. Good job we don't do it for a living! Does anyone know where the mackerel have gone this year? We've hardly caught any.

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(No-one was sick though!)
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Yeah sorry Bullock Patch Dean tail is good spot, like you say dunno were the mackeral have gone
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