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Old 07 April 2013, 14:22   #1
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Cracking looking boat Jeff.... Nice spec /layout

We were ashore working on the boats , but was almost warm in the sun.... Was mainly removing sand from places I'd previously missed after a week working in the dunes the previous week (first pic)
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Old 07 April 2013, 15:21   #4
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Salcombe sand! Like yours it got everywhere and the bilge pumps didn't help. Hands and knees next

We had a nice 30knot trip up from Plymouth though (45 minutes)
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Lovely spot, jealous or what. Thought you would still be tired??!!
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6 fish in total, best was 1lb 8oz.

A bit early yet, the big'uns will still be sitting deep.
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Lovely spot, jealous or what. Thought you would still be tired??!!
Never too tired for a days fishing with a bottle of Port for company.
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Not sure the picture will work, but first trip for a NEWBIY from Mudeford to Yarmouth and a big thankyou for the frendly and helpfull people at Yarmouth habour
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Not sure the picture will work, but first trip for a NEWBIY from Mudeford to Yarmouth and a big thankyou for the frendly and helpfull people at Yarmouth habour
Have they marked the run fully yet?

I thought about doing the same, but lay in the sun instead!!
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If you are talking about the channel marking out of Mudeford. Now! That was confusing between my chart and their boys, within the boys but as close to the chart as possible (but I am a newbie).
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If you are talking about the channel marking out of Mudeford. Now! That was confusing between my chart and their boys, within the boys but as close to the chart as possible (but I am a newbie).
And Buoy you can tell
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I had to take it off the dig phone out pocket and take the photo, the kill buttoning this engine is on a hair trigger, any little tug and its off. (Oo er!)
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I had to take it off the dig phone out pocket and take the photo, the kill buttoning this engine is on a hair trigger, any little tug and its off. (Oo er!)
Only joshing with you but there are some keen spotters on here mate
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I was finally out on the water around treadurr bay sea was as flat as a pond but was freezing when we were on the move.saw about 12 young seals playing in the sea and lying on the rock,they didn't mind the cold.
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Great..best advice I can give about charts and Mudeford is...ignore the charts.....the channel can literally move in a week until summer is established.

If you ever want a hand just pm me.

I might be out there next sat...
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Jesus Mick your Eagle-eyed tonight With that eye-sight you'll be telling us next that you actual saw TT going to the bar to buy a round
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