Durley Chine 2009 – Kayak Bream

May 10, 2009 | By | 2 Replies More

Got to the car park at 4.30 am after leaving home at 2am !

Went down to launch and realised I had forgoten something – the fishfinder transducer did not fancy the 2 hour trip back to Bris so, carried on regardless

There is something very special about being on the water at that time in the morning; when there is not a breath of wind and the sky seems to show every shade of blue possible.

Had some mackerel on the way out – only 300 yards from the beach.

Nobody else around – but I would not have to wait too long.

Then the bream came on the feed – shame they were not very big – probably about a pound and a half at most – I put ’em all back to hopefully grow bigger. But what they lacked in size, they certainly made up for in numbers – Overrun seemed to have his own personal shoal of them located under his yak

It was great to see so many yaks in one place and put names to faces – thanks Zzippy – a great day out.

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Category: Bournemouth, Kayak Fishing

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  1. Gerhard says:

    novice but very keen enjoyed your article liv in poole

    • Dizzy says:

      Gerhard – There are lots of other kayak fishermen in your area – I am sure they would love to meet up with you. If you join the AnglersAfloat forum and say “hi” and tell them where ou are from, I think alot of them will get in touch – they are a really friendly bunch too. We have a flounder meet in the kayaks every winter in Poole harbour.

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