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Post by Jim from Cork on Tue 18 Mar - 22:46

Well done lads!
Hope here's not a pure Deise site!!! Very Happy

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Re: Well Done, Nice forum

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no jim all welcome we have to get the cork reports so we know when the fishig is good to head down Very Happy
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Post by coaster on Wed 19 Mar - 10:31

We have been infiltrated..
Cant slag the cork lads now. Very Happy

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Post by dezzer on Thu 20 Mar - 22:57

dont forget the kilkenny lads,great site,well done,regards,dezzer...........
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Re: Well Done, Nice forum

Post by Jim from Cork on Fri 21 Mar - 22:42

Well boys,
Just sitting down with a blaa and a large bottle of Phoenix (off the shelf). Feel real Waterford you sir!

Will I fit in? Very Happy

Anyway, was out on the Lings Wed afternoon. Plenty of small fish knocking around on the rocks, tons of pollack, coalies to plague proportions and lots of small ling. Poor on the broken ground, very few cod, whiting & haddock. Typical March fishing. Best stay in the east for the moment. Crying or Very sad Still was a magnificent evening on the water. Smile

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Re: Well Done, Nice forum

Post by coaster on Sun 23 Mar - 11:06

Jim from Cork wrote:Well boys,
Just sitting down with a blaa and a large bottle of Phoenix (off the shelf). Feel real Waterford you sir!

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Consider your self adopted u sir. Laughing

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Post by barry on Sun 23 Mar - 12:08

fit right in all you have to do is wipe the dust off the bottles of phoenix Laughing .is it poor down there whats it like inside the harbour was going to head down myself and dezzer early in the morning,hoping to try the bank and harbour rocks ect...in the hope for a few conger and flats ect??any point?
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Post by Jim from Cork on Sun 23 Mar - 13:17

Hard one to call Barry. The harbour hasn’t been fishing well. The winds are meant to moderate. If they don’t die down enough or change from the north it could make for rough conditions for the afternoon on the bank. I would expect congers to be thin on the ground for another while, until the water heats up some more. All that said it could be the time that the blondes start to come on the feed? As I say hard one to call.

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Post by barry on Tue 25 Mar - 8:00

thanks jim ened up staying local in the end went out in dezzers boat shockwaves yesterday morning.first thing got jeep stuck in sand thanks to admin for comeing to the rescue Embarassed .very hungover headed out to try a few marks off brownstown started poor with a cod and pollock and a mackerel for dezzer started hitting pollock then small but plenty of them tried for a ray on way home no luck.had mackerel pollock,cod to over 4lb,doggie,coalies poor cod not bad day day in end.
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