Tagged: Dorset

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Trip #104 – Cogden Calamity

Friday night I was quite excited to be heading out, I’d made a load of new rigs, had a pretty good selection of bait and aimed to fish another new venue. This time it...

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Trip #102 – A Hive of Activity…

Friday night, conditions could not have been more perfect. The weather had been warm, the tide was rising (High tide was at 23:54), and the wind was low and settled. I’d done a lot...

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Trip #101 – Chesil Cove

I had been reading all week that Rays and Hounds were about and popping up all along Chesil, so knowing that I was going to hit the beach for a few hours on Friday...

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Trip #100 – A Dog’s Tale…

After bringing some beachcasters and multipliers back from South Wales I’d decided to get out and give them a go. As I’d said previously, fishing in the day takes away from spending time with...

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Trip #98 – Catch it, Kill it, Eat it!

Trying to plan and execute a fishing trip regardless of length when you have very small child can be like trying to arrange a small military operation, FACT! So on the weekend when I...

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Trip #97 – West Bay Wanderings

This is a quick blog I wrote in the summer, but for reasons described below I haven’t got round to posting! Enjoy! It’s been quite a while since I’ve managed to get out and...

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Trip #96 – Easter Annualisation

In a working world of “week on week”, “year and year” and various other almost meaningless annualisation terminology I thought I would make my own annual observations. I had a few hours spare in...

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Trip #94 – Go Small or Go Home

Contrary to the popular saying “Go big or Go home”, after some trial and error on one my most recent trips (before the blustery onset of winter) size definitely does matter. The tides were...

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Trip #86 – West Bexington Bash

Today we (my Dad and I) were heading down to West Bexington in search of some lunch. I had spoken to some anglers the week before and they assured me that Mackerel were coming...