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Old 10-26-2010, 04:31 AM
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Levert av: Gratis lagring av bilder. Morning to every body in the forum, put out a few pictures from fishing trip.Sea trout 1.8 58cm.Colie 1.3.Sonik worked like a dream with the coastal int fast sink.. Have a nice day.
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Gotta love the Sea Trout The other fish looks like a really big Candlefish, here a fish similar to that enter our rivers by the million every spring. I could get to like sea trout.

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Hi Ard.Jepp sea trout are tops along with Bass just finished work 22.00 time for some zzzzzz up at 04.00 another day at the sea before work its a hard life fishing.See what the morning brings, have a good one
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Hi Bass Bug,

Now that's a real sea trout. We have what they call trout down in the Gulf of Mexico that look a little bit like trout, but they have teeth like a snapper, don't taste anything like trout and live in 86 degree water.

That other fish looks like what they call pollock in Maine.

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Bass bug,

Great post, congratulations on the fish.

That colie or "coalfish" as wjc said is what we call "pollock" here in the northeast US and mostly caught with cod and haddock in very deep water using clams or heavy Norwegian cod jigs and not usually from shore--- and very, very rarely caught on flies.

Do you often catch them from shore with flies?
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Hi peregrines thanks. Its not uncommon to take them on a flie,specially this time of year same as cod, they can take your flie as little as 3 m from land But you just have to find a ledge that drops away.Using a sink line any thing from sink 1 to sink 4. Was out again 05.00 wind 5m a second and small rain.Result 2 sea trout 1.2 and 500g .]http://sportsfiske.nu/foto/arkiv/43908/108922_s.jpg[/img]
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Levert av: Gratis lagring av bilder.Next fishing friday and the week end.enjoy the pics.bass bug.
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bass bug: Very nice report and some beautiful fish, congrats!

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Thanks Macnerney, as long as people enjoy reading them and i keep catching fish so can i post them on the forum,taking a break now til friday to much at work but soon be the weekend.So hope i can come with some good pics and rapports.Have a good one everybody see you at the weekend.
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