Sunday, 16 August 2009

What a week!

The boys are back in town!!

Here is a picture of the gang minus Cian who on this occasion had to work , shame as this was one of the best mornings i took eight fish and lost a monster, these guys are one of the best groups of blokes I've ever had the privilege of meeting, not to mention very talented anglers!

Here is Henry fishing a new spot one morning,we didn't do so well at high water down, but the luck changed with Henry tacking the first fish ,a cracker! at five or six pounds on a shallow feed mullet..... his favourite next i took a four and a six pounder on the yellow patchinko surface lure. these fish were taken from two hours before low and over low ,so the moral is never give up and work the best tides to suit each venue.

Over the week we walked an impressive amount of miles and fished are socks off, something we all enjoy very much!! Even if it took me a good week to recover fully!
I'm not one to spread rumors but I'm sure Henry has bionic legs?!
Now I'm really missing this place I've fallen for Ireland in a big way. Guys look after it.
It's really very special.
and i must say your all welcome to fish my patch anytime.....but you might need to bring a book!!

Here the lads are trying a spot we've not fished before, The man at the back is Graham Hill keeping a watchful eye on his apprentices .
Watch out graham! Maybe you've told them to much their getting good!

Tuesday, 4 August 2009

While the cats away!!

So Dads of in ireland so i thought id tell you of some of our recent local antics down in the westcountry!!

A few weeks ago we went out to one of dads marks in the search of some Bass.
Altogether i must say it wasnt an amazing session, the conditions weren't brilliant but we thought we'd give it a go all the same.

In this picture we see dad with his tenryu Rod Bar

"O another one of those stupidly expensive rods" i hear you say, yes admittedly they are expensive but i think they are worth every penny! In all the rods that dad has used for lure fishing over the years he wreckons that the tenyru rods are by far the best and i can well believe it, even though i have only used it a few times as he keeps it close for himself to use!

Bellow again you can see some more close up views of the rod in question

Ok so it wasnt a particularly productive session but we had fun and at least we caught something and got to watch it swim away again !

In this picture we see dad with the "catch of the day" caught on a Duo Tide Minnow 120 Surf Holo in White, one of his many many lures!!

Saturday, 1 August 2009

I cant wait!!!!

Well its finally hear im all packed up and ready to go back to ireland for a second time in the hope to catch the ultimate bass!

This week i am really looking forward to fishing with some amazing guys, infact as you are reading this we are already on route to south east ireland where we will meet up with pat,cian and graham.

Although the forecast may not be perfect im sure with pat around well have some great fun fishing!

O What lures do i take ??

Now you could call me abit of a tackle junkie, in the picture above are just some of the fishing lures i have in my ever expanding collection,but now i have to pick some of these lures to take of to ireland with me. decisions! decisions!

Wednesday, 3 June 2009

First ever post!!

Well finally ive brought myself into the 21st century and got myself a blog!

Well over this past 2 years i have realised how much in the dark ages we are in the uk with lure and bass fishing in general and as many of the lads from ireland are now keeping you up to date with all of their exploits over their i thought it was only right that i did my bit to tell you about what we're getting up to down here in the west country.over the past 40 years i have been fishing the south and north coasts of cornwall extensively to try and catch the ultimate fish. i also recently had the pleasure to travel to the south east coast of ireland where i had the chance to meet and fish with some amazing guys and well,i thought we had good fishing! so then this is the end of my first article. Happy fishing!