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  1. 4 points
    Greg

    Cerviche of Sea Bream

    Now I don’t normally do recipes but I wanted to try Bream in a different way. And wow it was amazing
  2. 3 points
    Maverick

    Evening trips Logistics , names , dates

    Group A: Boats needing bridge lifts 1. Fisheagle. May have crew space. Leaving and returning to F Pontoon at Cobbs. 2. Madness. Skipper Martin/Crew tba. Leaving Cobbs B Pontoon 3. Marichelle Skipper Mick/ Crew TBA. Leaving Cobbs F pontoon Group B Trailer boats: 1. Group - Boats not needing bridge or assistance 1 Doombar - Skipper Hooky - Leaving from pontoon F @ Cobbs approx 6.30 launch , 11.30 return Places available 2 ( strictly one rod and one bag each please) full club members only please Bridge lift not required (Route plotted so you can follow if needed ) 2. MegaByte - Skipper Brian - Leaving F Pontoon @ Cobbs, times to be decided, Might have room for 1 club member - Bridge lift not required Group D - Kayaks 1. Slice of life - Lofty: Tuesday 21st I’m working in Swanage so I’m in. If people keep adding their names I'll maintain this list
  3. 3 points
    jerry.shutter

    Bream Comp 12th May

    Thankyou Nigel, I don’t do Facebook. 1, 3lbs 5oz Matt Osborne 2, 3lbs. 2.5oz Peter Richardson 3, 2lbs 14oz Garry Galbraith 4, 2lbs 10z Jan Tryska Top charter skipper Andy Adams Random Harvest Club results TBC 1 Jan Tryska 2lbs 10oz 2.Greg Toms 2lbs 3oz 3. Alan Green 2lbs Well done all who took part, it sounded tough. Result adjusted after some confusion.
  4. 2 points
    gonorn

    Hydraulic tilt and trim. Oil leak

    I'm not sure if it will help but I have a full Mercury workshop manual for this engine it also covers all others mercury 2 strokes from 1970 I think. I bought it when I had a 1988 115 merc 2 stroke for fault finding and it came with a manual for each 2 stroke model merc made. I can zip it up and email it across if it helps with servicing and checking part numbers. Send me a pm with your email if you would like it sent across. Mike
  5. 2 points
    My thoughts , a social trip, just get out for a few hours in safety , in the company of others so we can sort out any issues between us. Dates ; All neap tides that will suit all , a difficult thing to do ! Saturday 25th May / HW 6:15 ( Swanage, a bit of a try out) Saturday 8th June / HW 6:00 Venue TBA Tuesday 14th June / HW 9:00 Saturday 22nd June / HW 5:30 Tuesday 25th June / HW 7.30 groups A & B & C & Kayaks Group A , Boats that will need a bridge lift ( Alan will be looking into this) Group B , Boats that will be launching from a slipway .( Baiter slip gates close @ 11.00) Group C Boats that can come and go with no assistance needed Kayaks ( they will be launching from Swanage ) ( hot coffee avaible from the boats ) Using channel 6 on VHF . The dates , Tuesday evening ,Saturday evenings, Tides have to be good for all. I will take any club member on my boat , a open evening , first come , first served, If you have a space on yours please bear in mind this may also encourage new members to see what a brilliant club it is ! Lead boats : Stick with them if you have not been out night fishing , . If you do not need help, do not need looking after , ignore the above , please try to stick with the group.. Suggested timescale depends on tides, bridges etc All boats must give the lead boats a call out on leaving , they must also give a shout when the leave . The first Venue will be Swanage Bay Area . Things you will need !!! A headlamp . A social attitude ! Drink Life jacket Please reply so I can sort out the logistics ( it's never that simple )( I be contacting the RNLI to keep them aware of what's going on So far we may have upto 14 boats & craft coming to play ( please be aware we will have Kayaks attending ! ) Some will be in the bay late afternoon Sorry if I have forgotten anything , it was a simple idea to just meet in Swange bay for a few hours on a summer evening , I believe a social evening needs be just that , to encourage in safety for all , to actually meet and invite members wether they have a boat or not . I strongly believe this may increase the membership , we need to look at ways to do this , have I got this wrong ????? ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Boat. Doombar Skipper. Hooky Leaving from pontoon F @ Cobbs approx 6.30 launch , 11.30 return Places available 0 strictly one rod and one bag each please) full club members only please Bridge lift not required (Route plotted so you can follow if needed ) Group C Crew @Gummage @Mike Hall
  6. 1 point
    Greg

    Cerviche of Sea Bream

    Rob have you ever squeezed 6 halves of limes cause that’s what it took to get 3.5 table spoons of lime juice, also 4 halves of lemons and two halves of oranges. believe me after squeezing that lot you need a G&T to chill out !!!
  7. 1 point
    Rob

    Cerviche of Sea Bream

    No wonder you didn't have time to cook the fish I'd you don't have time to cut a lime! (Good excuse for a G&T if you ask me!) R
  8. 1 point
    Rob

    Cerviche of Sea Bream

    just incse the link dies: Ingredients 1 600-g fresh sea bream, filleted, boned, skinned, diced into 1⁄2″ cubes 1 tsp kosher salt 1 clove garlic, minced Marinade 1⁄2 cup Goya bitter orange juice 3 1⁄2 tbsp fresh-squeezed lime juice 3 1⁄2 tbsp fresh-squeezed lemon juice 1 tbsp tamarind concentrate 1 tsp minced ginger 1 tsp kosher salt 1 tsp white sugar Topping Vegetable oil, for frying 1 leek, white and light green parts, washed well, thinly julienned 1 red Anaheim chili pepper, seeded, thinly sliced 1 Serrano pepper, seeded, thinly sliced 1⁄8 red onion, thinly sliced 1⁄4 cup cilantro leaves 1⁄4 cup mint leaves 1 ripe avocado, diced into 1″ cubes Kosher salt, as needed Directions Yield: Serves 2 Season sea bream in medium mixing bowl with salt and garlic. Toss and let sit 5 minutes. To make marinade, combine all ingredients in second medium bowl. Reserve 1⁄4 of marinade, and add rest to bowl with sea bream. Marinate fish in fridge 15 minutes, stirring every 5 minutes. Meanwhile, heat oil to 350°F in frying pan. Fry leeks about 1 minute, until crispy. Transfer leeks to paper towel-lined plate; season with salt. Remove fish from fridge and add peppers to taste, red onion, small handful each cilantro and mint, reserving some leaves for garnish. Toss gently. Add reserved marinade and avocado to fish mixture. Gently toss again. Taste and add salt if necessary. Top with fried leeks and garnish with remaining cilantro and mint leaves. Serve with extra chilis if desired.
  9. 1 point
    Adam F

    Cerviche of Sea Bream

    https://houseandhome.com/recipe/sea-bream-ceviche/ This one I’m guessing?
  10. 1 point
    Rob

    Junior Comp 2019 Dates

    Sorry ya'll thought I had posted these already!!! Round 1 13/14 July Round 2 10/11 August Round 3 / Final 15 September Thanks Rob
  11. 1 point
    plaicemat

    Evening trips Logistics , names , dates

    Oddly, it's usually a condition that you don't go out after dark but you can come back in after dark if you're caught out. Terry.
  12. 1 point
    Rob

    Evening trips Logistics , names , dates

    if only it was this weekend coming up! R
  13. 1 point
    Saturday Evening May 25th. Group A Boat needing Bridge Lift. Fisheagle subject to crew and weather. 17.30 pm outbound Bridge.Return 22.30 pm. I expect to do a later Bridge next time. Leave and return to Cobbs F Pontoon.
  14. 1 point
    Hooky

    Evening trips Logistics , names , dates

    Dates as above for the next month ( Tuesday & Saturday ) Dates will change the following month , trying to stick with neaps to allow for trailer boats . Very difficult trying to keep it open for all, some travelling down, some can't do Tuesday's & Saturday's , some doing other stuff, , some work , can't get crew , etc , etc Some won't be able to travel out very far. Some evening won't happen due to weather , skippers decision Squid evenings, Sole evenings , Conger evenings , ? Im sure you can see it's impossible to keep everyone happy 🤔
  15. 1 point
    Saturdays would be better for my crew as they work till 6 weekdays. Interested in doing it though. Bridge lift dependent on dates and tides.
  16. 1 point
  17. 1 point
    Hi Hooky, happy to assist with Group A boats ( those that will probably require a Bridge Lift.) Two small points, contact should be by radio on Ch6, but I think it would also be useful if all boat mobile contacts were shared as a back up. There is not normally a reception problem in the likely fishing area. Secondly, I would suggest that the first trip should be on a Saturday evening. This is for several reasons. Firstly, there is an extra Bridge Lift at 17.30pm. This would give us a bit longer fishing time and allow us to return to the Harbour towards dusk and to get the 22.30 Bridges, so for the first trip at least, only the final leg in the Harbour would be in the dark. After that, let's see how people feel and get feedback. I will put up the latest Notice to Mariners and have spoken to Bridge Control who are happy for me to check there are no foreseeable changes on the day.
  18. 1 point
    lofty

    Evening trips Logistics , names , dates

    Tuesday 21st I’m working in Swanage so I’m in. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  19. 1 point
    Tiddler

    Trip west

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