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Steve S

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Steve S last won the day on July 11

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    fishing, boating, skiing, running, gardening and others
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    Tigerfish
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  1. Aye Rob it was great to be out, long time no meet! Yes when I heard Jojo of the radio, I was like, could it be Rob, nah. Roll on the club meeting. The plaice fishing was a bit slow for me, got 10 and some small black bream, some would be keepers I guess if the stocks at home were low. The offshore wind really affected the presentation. A bonus 4 macks on the lazy line, rather to big for livebait but gave it a go, zippo, not a surprise. Finished with a few wrasse. We ate the macks. Diane was going to go but bailed when I got up a 7:30, she missed out, it was sooo nice out there.
  2. nice turbo Kev, I remember that fog, down to 50m at times, not nice, unlike the turbot.
  3. Aye Rob but it is a case of close but no cigar... Shows what is down there though.
  4. We have had a great time thanks Jerry. Today was a bit interesting in the wind it was a good F6 at times. We were made very welcome in the island.
  5. 8lb 6oz of Alderney brill. Caught the day BEFORE the flattie comp!
  6. Tigerfish results Ian Jones - brill 3lb 10oz and turbot 5lb Alun Jones - turbot 4lb Steve Scott - turbot 2lb Terry Bartell - turbot 1lb
  7. All 3 boats made it, getting onto the island was a bit of a procedure but we here now having a beer at The Moorings, yay [emoji3] Reasonable number of flatties best a 8-6 brill!
  8. Stainless Steve, I have used him, high quality work, hopeless timekeeping.
  9. I am taking a tender Charlie, it's officially a 2 man job, 3 is possible plus luggage gulp! Thanks for sorting the admin out gents. Right ho, passports required!
  10. I was expecting a wrasse and up this popped! [emoji2]
  11. Nice bass, well done. Those unedibles may have been there for some time... My boat is fitted with a jabsco water puppy. Been going strong since 2006, can be left on running all day and often is. Water fills from the floor and exits from the top. It keeps everything alive. Alderney forecast is looking great, everything crossed it stays that way.
  12. I have had no problems with the NHS app nor the Guernsey tracker. If you are being requested a photo then I don't think you are using the NHS app, it does not request that, you do need your NHS number. If you don't know it your local surgery should have it. The NHS app is quite handy, I was already using it, I can access my medical records, vaccinations going back a very long time, results of tests eg blood and medicines being taken. It took a few weeks for all that to appear as Southampton hospital have to enter the details, for those in Dorset it will be Poole/Bournemouth hospital. To the lucky ones who have absolutely no medical issues at all it would be less useful!
  13. Terry had a 6-8 (I think) brill on Tigerfish last time we were over. I think that would have scooped the prize 😁
  14. Good news for old gits! ok: https://www.visitalderney.com/inspire/coronavirus-covid-19-update/ confirms this. My aged crew are all fully jabbed so I guess it's back on, what a yoyo.
  15. Yep, Weymouth / Portland a good plan B. Not sure about the tides, I thought the Shambles fishing better with a bit more tide, the 3rd July indicates 1.6 knots max. Any views on that?
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