Saturday 5th August.

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Re: Saturday 5th August.

Post by Captain cod » 25 Jul 2017, 22:58

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Re: Saturday 5th August.

Post by Pete » 26 Jul 2017, 06:49

Stray wrote:I'd suggest 2 man crews if you haven't launched, and landed, from an open beach before.
Do you mean two to a boat Stray?

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Re: Saturday 5th August.

Post by Captain cod » 26 Jul 2017, 07:15

What sort of time are we looking at ????

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Re: Saturday 5th August.

Post by Stray » 26 Jul 2017, 09:13

Pete wrote:
Stray wrote:I'd suggest 2 man crews if you haven't launched, and landed, from an open beach before.
Do you mean two to a boat Stray?
For first time beach launching, yes. Nowt like an extra pair of hands if there's a bit of swell, but if you're confident, and competent it's up to you.
Looking at the long range forecast it doesn't look good, but that can all change. Best bet if you want a meet up is to pick somewhere like Ullswater, but come here if the weather allows.

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Re: Saturday 5th August.

Post by Captain cod » 26 Jul 2017, 16:35

The only problem with ullswater is that there is a 10mph speed limit.

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Re: Saturday 5th August.

Post by Martin » 26 Jul 2017, 16:45

Anybody know the Blackpool launches ?
F-RibsAndSibs.Com.... :whistle
Because it's a big old WWworld out there :mrgreen:

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Re: Saturday 5th August.

Post by Pete » 26 Jul 2017, 17:54

Stray wrote:
Pete wrote:
Stray wrote:I'd suggest 2 man crews if you haven't launched, and landed, from an open beach before.
Do you mean two to a boat Stray?
For first time beach launching, yes. Nowt like an extra pair of hands if there's a bit of swell, but if you're confident, and competent it's up to you.
Looking at the long range forecast it doesn't look good, but that can all change. Best bet if you want a meet up is to pick somewhere like Ullswater, but come here if the weather allows.
Appreciated Stray...My SIB won't go anywhere with two plus gear, and I'll not fit in another plus gear :D
Captain cod wrote:The only problem with ullswater is that there is a 10mph speed limit.

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Martin wrote:Anybody know the Blackpool launches ?
Only from speaking to a lad who fishes there regular...

5 Bar Gate has a slip in to soft shingle, so he takes the boat down and then carries the OB and rest of the gear, and there's a lot of beach if the tides out.
Parking is very good.

Gynn Wall...You need a license apparently to park here, so you have to drop your gear off and then find somewhere to park. I think he said the tide doesn't
go as far out here though.

There is a Water Sports club with a slip, but it's £90.00 pa membership. I thought it might be worth joining as they have private parking and all the facilities.
But I think it might be a bit far off the same fishing grounds as 5 Bar which is where most fish from.

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Re: Saturday 5th August.

Post by pugwash2 » 26 Jul 2017, 21:11

I do know a place on anglesey with a good slip and it isnt manned?

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Re: Saturday 5th August.

Post by pugwash2 » 26 Jul 2017, 21:22

I do know a place on anglesey with a good slip and it isnt manned?
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Re: Saturday 5th August.

Post by pugwash2 » 26 Jul 2017, 21:34

A friend told me about this place he hasn't got a licence and doesn't pay to launch the tide times are looking good but will have to check them nearer the date,
Ill do a little homework about this place over the next few days.
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