Return to the East

By , 5 June, 2009 22:35

Quick report from East arm, Brighton Marina:

Fished bay 16 from 0800 – 1600. Sea was clear and the Mayrot seems to have gone now leaving the water its usual colour (hoo bloody ray). Weather wise, there was a gusting South Easterly breeze, cloudy overcast sky. Baits used were ragworm, lugworm and mackerel (caught at the venue).

Tally for the day was one dab, one bream (on ledgered worm baits) and four mackerel. Disappointing on the mackerel front and the fishing for them was patchy with no great concentrations. I did have one rod out using mackerel (fillets and heads) but no interest shown.

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