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Old 27 September 2010, 23:16   #21
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Old 28 September 2010, 18:49   #22
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Map and info of Ronnies Ty Calch .Launch at 0830hrs

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A video of a few bass we found whilst spearfishing the other day http://vimeo.com/15036578
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Me & the Pikelet are thinking about going down on the Saturday & maybe staying overnight, weather permitting. Is there anywhere to stash the boat on the Saturday night & any recommended digs nearby?
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Good video pablo there in abundance there mate , not sure if it will be the same on the straights here's to hoping .
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Me & the Pikelet are thinking about going down on the Saturday & maybe staying overnight, weather permitting. Is there anywhere to stash the boat on the Saturday night & any recommended digs nearby?
You can stash the boat at Ronnies I believe at a reasonable price , not sure about digs , maybe someone on here can advise .
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When we did the video there was a guy lure fishing in the boat. He changed lure a dozen times at least without a single take. They can't have been feeding. Didn't bother me too much
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do you seasoned pros mind if a complete newbie tags along? i have a 5m rib with 60hp.
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looking forward to it, high tide at 11am (7m) and low not until 6pm, i dont fancy dodging rocks with my limited experience! (looking at previous posts!)
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looking forward to it, high tide at 11am (7m) and low not until 6pm, i dont fancy dodging rocks with my limited experience! (looking at previous posts!)
Hey just a thought here.
Clocks will have gone back by then
So it could be quite darkish by 18.00, -- low water you reckon?

Bass will still be about but even if not , it could be a good day to explore the Swellies at low water

Anyone want a bash (oops scuse pun!) at negotiating said rapids?

I know where the rocks are-- cos I,ve hit em all
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Good point about the clocks ,,Low water,,
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Hi pikey there are plenty digs in camarthon down near the marina, little b&b between £30 & £40 night,within the castle walls.
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do you seasoned pros mind if a complete newbie tags along? i have a 5m rib with 60hp.
Seasoned pro! whose that then? I'm a chuck it in & see what happens merchant. The last time out we caught 12 mackys, a rock (yes a fkn rock which we landed in the boat) a tiny squid & a lobster pot. All in 4 hours
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looking forward to it, high tide at 11am (7m) and low not until 6pm, i dont fancy dodging rocks with my limited experience! (looking at previous posts!)
Eh! am I missing summat? according to tidewizard:-
"Date", "Time","Height","Status",
"31/10/2010 ","03:39","3.93","High",
"31/10/2010 ","10:16","1.78","Low",
"31/10/2010 ","16:13","4.36","High",
"31/10/2010 ","23:14","1.53","Low",
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High tide Menai bridge 17.01 GMT.
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mine were for cearn...canear...camart.... that town near Ronnies

Tidewizard gives the same HW time, 17.00 ish, for Menai Bridge
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yes yours are right, the name is caernarvon not Carmarthen which is another place. Thought I'd clarify in case you guys meet at one of them!
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yes yours are right, the name is caernarvon not Carmarthen which is another place. Thought I'd clarify in case you guys meet at one of them!
That takes me back to a time in the mid '90s when a chap from work, while out on his lunch break, was asked directions by a lorry driver to Crown Street. My colleague was puzzled as he wasn't aware of such a street in Carmarthen........well, you can work the rest out!
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