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Post by gerrywalsh on Mon 6 Jul - 10:32

Had a try on the lures on friday and blanked. Conditions were far from favorable with week tides big swell and lots and lots of weed Crying or Very sad
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Post by barry on Mon 6 Jul - 18:03

weed is big problem at the moment tried plugs the weekend myself but nothing but weed every cast had to pack it in.
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Post by coaster on Mon 6 Jul - 22:18

Whats the story with all the weed... even before we had the rough seas it seems to be a problem in the whole south and east..... never seen it so bad and for so long?????

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Post by barry on Tue 7 Jul - 6:44

the backstrand is full of it ,dont think all the fertilizer been washed down the rivers and stream and high water temp helps
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Post by Admin on Tue 7 Jul - 9:39

barry wrote:the backstrand is full of it ,dont think all the fertilizer been washed down the rivers and stream and high water temp helps
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japweed(strangleweed) The common name for the brown seaweed Sargassum muticum; the seaweed originated in Japan but has become established on the coasts of Europe and North America. It is regarded as a pest, fouling boat propellers and fishing nets and disturbing the natural balance of the indigenous marine flora and fauna.
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