sunnyrhyl.com

For Anglers Everywhere
 
HomeHome  CalendarCalendar  FAQFAQ  SearchSearch  UsergroupsUsergroups  RegisterRegister  Log in  

Share | 
 

 Formby 7th Oct

Go down 
AuthorMessage
Yozzer
Mantis Shrimp Hunter
avatar

Number of posts : 80
SunnyRhyl-O-Meter : 589
Location : St Helens

PostSubject: Formby 7th Oct   Sun Oct 08, 2017 10:12 am

Got on the beach at Victoria Rd an hour before low to pump some worm for the session but sadly couldn't find any razor to dig out.I was joined by Steve and Dave...a strong onshore breeze put up a good surf and apart from some flounder and whiting I managed to snare a couple of silvers and Dave had the best an hour before high water.....the quest for the 5lb bass continues,
Back to top Go down
Logger
ADMIN
avatar

Number of posts : 6471
SunnyRhyl-O-Meter : 11116
Location : Colwyn Bay

PostSubject: Re: Formby 7th Oct   Sun Oct 08, 2017 10:17 am

Very nice cheers
Back to top Go down
tatch
Mullet Hunter
avatar

Number of posts : 983
SunnyRhyl-O-Meter : 3942
Location : holmfirth west yorkshire

PostSubject: Re: Formby 7th Oct   Sun Oct 08, 2017 10:51 am

Lovely bass worth going out for well done cheers cheers cheers
Back to top Go down
Notbad
ADMIN
avatar

Number of posts : 4788
SunnyRhyl-O-Meter : 9754
Location : Sunny Rhyl, near t'beach and the old folks home

PostSubject: Re: Formby 7th Oct   Sun Oct 08, 2017 3:26 pm

Well in!
Back to top Go down
VALVEBOUNCE
Skate Hunter


Number of posts : 818
SunnyRhyl-O-Meter : 1774
Location : MANCHESTER

PostSubject: Re: Formby 7th Oct   Mon Oct 09, 2017 2:36 pm

Nice one chaps,well worth the effort.
I didn't realise how close you can get to the beach.
I googled Victoria rd,it surprised me how near the access to the beach was.
Does the tide come in fast with it being fairly flat?
Back to top Go down
Yozzer
Mantis Shrimp Hunter
avatar

Number of posts : 80
SunnyRhyl-O-Meter : 589
Location : St Helens

PostSubject: Re: Formby 7th Oct   Mon Oct 09, 2017 5:53 pm

VALVEBOUNCE wrote:
Nice one chaps,well worth the effort.
I didn't realise how close you can get to the beach.
I googled Victoria rd,it surprised me how near the access to the beach was.
Does the tide come in fast with it being fairly flat?
Yeah that`s the downside of fishing spring tides there...great for pumping lug but you don`t get very long in each gulley before the one behind you starts to fill and force you back....i think a 27ft tide would be ideal to give you a good time in the top deep gulley. p.s if you go during office hours it`s £6 to park Shocked Shocked
Back to top Go down
VALVEBOUNCE
Skate Hunter


Number of posts : 818
SunnyRhyl-O-Meter : 1774
Location : MANCHESTER

PostSubject: Re: Formby 7th Oct   Mon Oct 09, 2017 11:27 pm

Yozzer wrote:
VALVEBOUNCE wrote:
Nice one chaps,well worth the effort.
I didn't realise how close you can get to the beach.
I googled Victoria rd,it surprised me how near the access to the beach was.
Does the tide come in fast with it being fairly flat?
Yeah that`s the downside of fishing spring tides there...great for pumping lug but you don`t get very long in each gulley before the one behind you starts to fill and force you back....i think a 27ft tide would be ideal to give you a good time in the top deep gulley. p.s if you go during office hours it`s £6 to park Shocked Shocked

Thanks for the info Yozzer,the tide situation sounds a bit too quick for me,Haha.
Re the parking charge,you wouldn't believe we live on an island would you?So much for the National Trust.
They are grabbing all the coastal areas,then charging thro' the nose to access the sea.
(End of Rant lol! )
Back to top Go down
Sponsored content




PostSubject: Re: Formby 7th Oct   

Back to top Go down
 
Formby 7th Oct
Back to top 
Page 1 of 1

Permissions in this forum:You cannot reply to topics in this forum
sunnyrhyl.com :: Sea Fishing :: Sea Fishing Shore Reports-
Jump to: