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Cod For Tea On Lancashire Coast

lancashire latest news logoCod for tea? Now is the time with many anglers finding some good sized fish.

The sea fishing is still extremely active with a huge amount of whiting at the moment along with dogfish, small bass and codling.

The codling certainly seem to have made an appearance again this week with Wayne Forshaw having a fantastic six and a half pounder and the pier producing some to around 4lb. I do need to remind you though that the pier is members only. We have also seen a few thornback rays appear along the coast but mainly on the Gynn wall.

Wayne Forshaw  with a cracking cod

Wayne Forshaw with a cracking cod

Squid and mackerel wraps have dominated the fishing the last couple of weeks. Fished on either a pulley rig with either a single of or pennel style with 3/0 hooks.

Pier member David Playforth with a codling

Pier member David Playforth with a codling

Tony Baxter with a Gynn Wall cod

Tony Baxter with a Gynn Wall cod

Mick Parkin fished the Sea Cadets on Saturday and had a brilliant day with over 20 whiting landed, the majority over 30cm and a doggie. All fish were caught on fish baits and worm.

Carl Lawton enjoyed a cracking day at Fleetwood where he fished two and half hours up and two hours of the ebb. Within 25 mins of setting up the whiting went in to a frenzy, two at a time on every cast up to high water. He then had his target codling and on the ebb the whiting came back together with a couple of dogfish. Carl finished the day with 18 whiting, a codling and two doggies all on bait from Bispham angling.

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