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Post by Brian flavin on Mon 28 Sep - 19:21

Hi there.
I have been spending a lot of nights on the front beach over the past two weeks with Eddie(Edge). and i can say that its been productive for us.. there has been bass,ray , gurnard,dogfish, even got a small cod on friday.Im just wondering has there been any reports of cod been caught yet by anyone else? Very Happy
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Post by flounder king on Mon 28 Sep - 21:50

fished cheekpoint strand last week, plenty of small codling about
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Post by Brian flavin on Tue 29 Sep - 17:02

hopefully it will be good fishing for the winter
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Post by barry on Tue 29 Sep - 18:06

hear a lot of boats in the bay tho last night lets hope they dont start netting it hard again.going to give it a lash this evening.
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Post by Admin on Tue 29 Sep - 18:43

barry wrote:hear a lot of boats in the bay tho last night lets hope they dont start netting it hard again.going to give it a lash this evening.

Boat out of the pier fish nets in the BAY 24 hrs a day he was fishing eels in the river but when the eels were banned he moved to the bay.
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Post by TILERBOY1000 on Tue 29 Sep - 22:16

fished tramore sat night a couple of cod, gurnard and flats
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Post by EDGE on Tue 29 Sep - 22:48

Was out on sunday nite on the ladys silp ......... not a thing not even a knock ........... tryed everything Evil or Very Mad Evil or Very Mad
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Post by barry on Wed 30 Sep - 8:54

may be burn the boat out wont be netting then???????fished beach myself lasd night one tub gurnard to show one of the lads had a dog and a lot fishing didnt see anything else come in.
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Post by dogfish on Fri 2 Oct - 8:23

Was talking to a couple of lads from Wexford who came down to fish they caught Very good Smoothounds and gurnard night before talking to one lad he had Bullhuss and ray looking good at the moment for the Mossy Roche Open.
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Post by barry on Fri 2 Oct - 13:08

its great to see the specices turning up ones that i never herd been caught off the beach wounder is it the water treatment system that went in a few years back.
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Post by TILERBOY1000 on Sat 3 Oct - 22:43

fished tramore sat night nice blonde ray , bass and gurnard
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Post by barry on Mon 5 Oct - 12:28

i would think it was a spotted ray witch are in the bay we dont have blondes in the bay they are very simlure.good fishing lads
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Post by Admin on Tue 6 Oct - 16:32

TILERBOY1000 wrote:fished tramore sat night nice blonde ray , bass and gurnard

Blonde Ray fishing


The blonde ray is most common around Ireland and the west coast of Britain. It is a coastal fish that prefers water of around 40m deep.

Blonde rays prefer sandy bottoms over which to feed and patrol. The young fish may be found closest to the shore.


Identifying blonde ray





The blonde ray has a fairly short snout. Its wings have near right-angled outer wings.

As the blonde ray ages it becomes prickly across the whole of its back. Only the leading edges of the fish’s wings are prickly in the younger fish.

The adults have a line of spines running along the tail, while the young blonde rays have spines along the back too.

The back of this species is light brown with a scattering of cream/white blotches coupled with dark spots. These extend to the very tips of the wings and onto the tail.


Blonde ray feeding


The blonde ray eats crustaceans, worms, herrings, pouting, sand eels, sole and sprats.


Blonde ray breeding





The English Channel is a breeding ground for blonde rays. They can breed here any time between February and August – but the main breeding period occurs between April and July.

They lay egg cases which measure around 11 to 15cm. One side is flat, while the other is bulbous and covered in fibres.

The cases also have long horns.[img][/img][img][/img]
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Post by barry on Tue 6 Oct - 22:53

spotted are very simular to blondes.blondes are very rare now in irish waters only place i know they are caught and got them there myself is cork habour they get them off the antrim too as well as the odd one in shannon area.
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Post by barry on Tue 6 Oct - 23:10

1st pic blonde
2nd spotted
3rd thornback
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Post by Brian flavin on Thu 8 Oct - 0:11

Fished tramore tonite with ed lonergan i had a smashing fight off a 4kg ray.im trying to get a pic up loaded but can only manage to load it to the profile pic
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Post by Admin on Thu 8 Oct - 9:19

Brian flavin wrote:Fished tramore tonite with ed lonergan i had a smashing fight off a 4kg ray.im trying to get a pic up loaded but can only manage to load it to the profile pic

email pic to rinnasharksac@gmail.com and i will put it up for you.
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