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Old 03 June 2016, 17:47   #1
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Old 03 June 2016, 19:34   #2
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I left the UK for warmer waters, just not sure if it was the right decision!!!!




















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Old 04 June 2016, 13:20   #3
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Lol, and there's me all impressed with my little catch

Also caught a conga ell in the moat at Calshot Castle in 2 foot of water!

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I left the UK for warmer waters, just not sure if it was the right decision!!!!
Yeah I hear you: 'Boomerang Poms' flee Australia's traffic and TV - BBC News

I served a year out there in 1998 and I couldn't wait to get home!

Keep yer pecker up and it'll come good...
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Old 04 June 2016, 20:16   #5
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I broke my boomerang and have never been back though I do miss the fishing I used to do around the IOW, just hated that cold wet weather especially as I worked outside for a living.

Had me a conger or two back there as well as threshers and porbeagles, we used to eat shark 30 years ago before we became vilans so for doing so!!!

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had to stop after an hour as its a small boat and it was filling up

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Here's some "pan size" fish for you Whisper.












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Here's my 15 year old daughter pulling up a couple of deep water species we catch in 700m of water bottom fishing, pulling them up takes around 30 mins from that depth on light medium game outfits and braid lines.





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I catch mine not much further than that from our house.

Nice fish by the way, what's the toothy one?
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