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Old 24 November 2013, 07:25   #21
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I launch at Beaumaris quite a bit, but no jetty - nice big pier though for collecting crews
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Maybe consider moving house ! Would solve all your problems.
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Will try the anglers forum thank you.
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As for moving the problem with that is that derbyshire is the best kept secret in England
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As for moving the problem with that is that derbyshire is the best kept secret in England
It is beautiful,but no sea.always a compromise
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Whitby is an easy launch with a good wide, sheltered concrete slip. A little steeper than many but easy to use.
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Brilliant thanks . Might get chance to try next Sunday if conditions are good
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hope you get out, look forward to the photos
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Only just learnt how to do forums now you want me to download photos !! If we get back safe you can talk me through it
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Brilliant thanks . Might get chance to try next Sunday if conditions are good
Looking at the long range forecast, I doubt you will be putting to sea on the East coast in the foreseeable future.
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