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THAMES AND ESSEX FISHING REPORT

Posted on December 29, 2014 at 6:31 AM
December 2014

Well the wether has been a nightmare only being able to fish inshore for most of December. plenty of codling up to 4lb inshore the codling are putting on weight so are a nice size now few thornbacks inshore and plenty of whiting too. the dogfish have disappeared finally when we are able to get offshore the fishing is much better plenty of thornback rays to 13lb and good sizeable codling to 5lb the bigger cod are there now had a few around 10lb but we lost a easy 18 to 20lb as it surfaced last week shook the hook to the anglers disappointment january we will be targeting mainly the bigger ones now when we are able to get out there so watch this space.
merry christmas and a happy new year to you all thank you for all your support through this year see you all in 2015 with a few new tricks up my sleeve 
skipper Mark peters    





    

ESSEX AND THAMES COD FISHING REPORTS

Posted on November 6, 2014 at 11:29 AM
November

November has started off to a fantastic month with one of the best years for codling in a long time we are seeing close to 100 coding a trip not many big ones all around 1 to 4 lb. Also some good numbers of rays around 20 odd last trip all sizes plenty of dog fish and whiting about too keeping every one busy, The bigger cod are starting to show offshore now but we have not had the weather on our side to spend much time out there but even if the winds blowing there are such good numbers of smaller ones inshore that we can still get out and bag up some really good busy fun about at the moment well worth going no weekends left until january now few midd week spaces available worth looking at booking up the whole boat with friends ring me packages for every one 
thanks every one 
skipper mark peters
 

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