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Old 25 May 2006, 21:22   #121
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Can I become an associate member of your membership for 1 ?

"All persons using these facilities must be a member of SABBC and hold either a Launching or Associate Member Pass. "

"Associate Members must be accompanied by a Launching Pass holder, who is responsible for the safety and conduct of their guests at all times. Associate Members do not have individual access to the Port."


Mind you not sure if that means I can launch, you could read it that I am merely using the facilities.

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Sadly not Shaggy, you also need a launching pass, 80 or so, not bad for a year bit steep for a weekend!
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Old 25 May 2006, 21:38   #122
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I just packed some rusty old hooks and a lump of lead. That usually does the trick. Drop that lot over the side and the mackerel get so horrified, they jump into the boat.

Weather's looking shite again, so may just bring the SIB. Will decide tomorrow

Hugh - will probably end updoing a nocturnal trip, through necessity, as I haven't sorted all my kit out yet, so it's looking like a late departure from West Wales.
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Old 25 May 2006, 21:45   #123
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i travelled down last night for the eve to roys and the roads were clear but there are roadworks on the 30 that will be a pain in the arse if you hit them at the wrong time, we will be leaving around 3-4 am to be there for 7-8 if possible

the run for the sun is expected to have 80,000 visitors so god knows what the traffic will be like, dont worry about bringing your rib as roy and i and others will be there so no probs at all, sib is down there as well so we are well sorted either way
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Old 25 May 2006, 21:55   #124
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i feel a fishing competition is emerging


cool but i would like to catch a few bass as well but keep em away from your tubes!!
Are bass that sharp ? din't notice on the last ones I had from Morrisons

After the forecast tonight I feel a bit of lumpy sea may make going far hard work so fishing maybe the answer . sea is calming down today but still 3.4 ft and choppy . Could be some surf at Pentewan for the kids
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Old 25 May 2006, 22:03   #125
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Are bass that sharp ? din't notice on the last ones I had from Morrisons
They're certainly not as thick as Mackeral.

Roy, Phil Speed @ Watercraft Services said to Hi, Abbie that works there is dealing with my Garmin.
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Old 25 May 2006, 22:12   #126
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Old 25 May 2006, 22:16   #127
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He's a great bloke, but could talk for Penryn!!
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Old 25 May 2006, 22:16   #128
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Weather is looking pretty wet for saturday now - but sunday looks fantastic and monday ok too.

Getting back to the original thread topic - the trip to the scillies - next weekend is currently forecast to be perfect.

circa 20 deg C air temp and light and variable winds.

We can chat more about it at pentewan - but I definately think a weekend over on the scillies would be a great idea - id only be able to do the single saturday night stopover though (bloody work)

As said earlier in the thread if we wait untill too far into the season - camping will need to be booked way in advance on the scillies.
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Old 25 May 2006, 23:10   #129
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It is probably one of the last chances for an overnight Roy . Not sure how hard a there and back would be in one day for me , I guess I will know that when I get there .

See ya tomorrow.
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I dont mean there and back in one day - im talking out saturday morning - then back sunday evening.

What time are you arriving tomorrow at pentewan ian - i should be there about 8ish
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Will be trying to get there near to Midday . You mean 8 ish evening I guess ?

I know you meant overnight for Scilly , I was thinking of summer time when its too busy to stop if a day trip would be possible or just too much in my boat .
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Will be trying to get there near to Midday . You mean 8 ish evening I guess ?

I know you meant overnight for Scilly , I was thinking of summer time when its too busy to stop if a day trip would be possible or just too much in my boat .
I dont know about your boat - but me a few mates and bob and sue nipped over for a pint (or 3) on christmas eve
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Thats just it I don't know about my boat iether . 15knts cruising allow say 2.5 hrs to get there another 2.5 back its a long day after a trip around an island or two lunch and a swim etc
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Old 26 May 2006, 00:15   #134
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Long day - big jessy ...

Several times last year i was recovering my humber at mylor in the pitch black at 11:30pm after comming back from some adventure or another - just to be launching it again at 9am the next day and doing it all again.
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Long day - big jessy ...

Several times last year i was recovering my humber at mylor in the pitch black at 11:30pm after comming back from some adventure or another - just to be launching it again at 9am the next day and doing it all again.
Not for me , the kid gets tired and a tired missus is a scary creature . I would do it alone or with a mate preferably .
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Not for me , the kid gets tired and a tired missus is a scary creature . I would do it alone or with a mate preferably .
I had my kids with me...

As for the wife shes always scary - so i don't even invite her out
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so we get the kids together and the wives together Problem solved
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Magic Seaweed are giving 5-7ft swell on the South Coast for the weekend. Airtime!! Not much cop for boarding though. Is it worth me bringing 'Double Trouble' our double biscuit? or are you guys toyed right up? Also, I could bung the QS 2.3m on if it will be of any use. I might nip down Falmouth later and grab 20 dozen Scallops, that'll make a change from our old favourite, the Mackeral.
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If there's a big swell coming in on the beach - we may not get to put the boats in at all
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If there's a big swell coming in on the beach - we may not get to put the boats in at all
It might be a case of finding a slip somewhere. Shame Chris couldn't have plonked himself on a site nr. Falmouth, The boats could have been left in for the week/weekend and we could have tootled up and down the coast at leisure.
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