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PostSubject: River Mersey   Sat Nov 29, 2008 4:56 pm

Just had an invite to fish from small boat on the Mersey Tomorrow for the Cod. Any reports, advice etc, where are the fish gonna be. Should be there for the first of the flood
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PostSubject: Re: River Mersey   Sat Nov 29, 2008 8:54 pm

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Just had an invite to fish from small boat on the Mersey Tomorrow for the Cod. Any reports, advice etc, where are the fish gonna be. Should be there for the first of the flood

myself and a couple of other charter boats will be out tomorrow over high. were fishing by dukes right on the edge of pluckington bank. loads of decent whiting, a good few dabs and if you get very lucky you might catch a cod or a thornback ray (like some jammy owner of this website did the other day) elsewhere in the river has been fishing poorly. just the odd cod coming in but the ones that have are good sizes, starting at 2lb and 10lb 9oz being the biggest so far this year.

big worm baits!!!! just use squid for tipping if you are going to try for cod

also tomorrow is a big tide so stay in the shallower water because the tide run won't help you at all

good luck, might see you out there
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PostSubject: Mersey Cod   Sat Nov 29, 2008 9:41 pm

Thanks Simon, I know what you mean about Mike, i think his middle name is Hartley's Laughing . I'm in the lap of the gods tomorrow but I will pass your advice on to the skipper. I'm gonna be up tiding with big baits all day hopefully a big one might take.
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PostSubject: Re: River Mersey   Tue Mar 10, 2009 10:12 pm

how big does a boat have to be before its no longer called a small boat?
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PostSubject: Re: River Mersey   Wed Mar 11, 2009 8:51 am

ian40nw wrote:
how big does a boat have to be before its no longer called a small boat?

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PostSubject: Re: River Mersey   Wed Mar 11, 2009 9:44 pm

ian40nw wrote:
how big does a boat have to be before its no longer called a small boat?

I think its 20ft Question I don’t think boats over 20ft can enter a small boat comp. confused
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PostSubject: Re: River Mersey   Wed Mar 11, 2009 9:52 pm

john wrote:
ian40nw wrote:
how big does a boat have to be before its no longer called a small boat?

I think its 20ft Question I don’t think boats over 20ft can enter a small boat comp. confused


Cheers.............been wondering for a while but didnt want to sound stupid Laughing Laughing


Im sure one of our resident oracles........meessrs Lever and Parry could put us right................they know everything but with 150 yrs experience between the old buggers its no wonder lol! lol! lol! there goes my nice new reel
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PostSubject: Re: River Mersey   Wed Mar 11, 2009 9:56 pm

I thought if you can tow it behind your standard car/4x4 its a small boat
if its in a mariner or moored its not
we have a couple of 20 foot boats in our club I think you would call them small boats
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PostSubject: Re: River Mersey   Wed Mar 11, 2009 10:06 pm

all my boats are small, 26', 32' and 34' put them alongside the QE2 they look even smaller

Then again looking at this little baby even the QE2 is small



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