Mario Manley and his Mullet of 5lb 10 1/2oz
Members have now returned from another successful trip with excellent weather. Many Mullet up to nearly 5lb and Black Bream over 3lb. A small taster with many more images to follow.
Warm lazy afternoon on Sark
A Gorilla balancing a peanut on his nose !!!!!!...on Sark ??
Mario Manley with a nice Mullet
Wayne with a fine looking Black Bream
Members outside La Petite Poule Bistro
The Sark Invasion
Jason with a Black Bream of 3lb 2oz and a Mullet of 4lb 12oz
Members have returned from which has proved to be another successful trip to Sark. Whilst the Black Bream were not in the normal numbers around the island several Mullet 5lb plus were taken and returned. A small collection of images are below, no doubt more will follow.
Rob Pearson and an early Mullet of 3lb 6oz
Nick Phillips with another Mullet of 3lb 6oz
Getting slightly bigger with a Mullet of 3lb 14oz
Personal best Mullet of 6lb 8oz for Nick, also the best Mullet of the week
One of many Black Bream, this one at 2lb 12oz......
....and Wayne with this one of 3lb 8oz.
John with a Mullet....
....and Wayne with another.
Mullet even from the beach....in the tide.
....producing cracking Mullet of nearly 5 pound.
....sssshhhh....the secret Mullet bait.
On yer bikes....
A Black Bream in the net....
....and Mario with the Bream just before returning.
John with another 4lb plus Mullet
"....off me rock."
Rob on Sark trying to get away from Dogfish
John with a Mullet ......and in the net.
Kevin, Wayne, Adrian, John, Mario, Adrian, Rob and Nick waiting to leave the island
Sark October 2006
Mr Thomas with a fine brace of Black Bream
First Mullet of the week for Nick a fish of 3lb 8oz
Conrad's Mullet of 3lb
Rob Pearson's Black Bream of......
John with a early fine Mullet
Black Bream 2lb 7oz
Conrad's fish of the week......
...... a fine specimen Mullet of 4lb 14oz a personal best and a cracking good fish
An Eel of 21lb 4oz for Conrad from Maseline Harbour
and another 30lb something Eel for Wayne
and a Bull Huss of 5lb from Rob
A selection of fish......
taking it easy
The Rope Mark never looks any easier......
Judging by the smile the Mullet of 5lb 5oz
......or was it this one
And a Black Bream of 4lb 1oz
another small collection......
Always calm, warm late afternoons
Unfortunately the journey home
One last glimpse of the Maseline Harbour
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The Only Way To Travel, Conrad & Rob outside Avenue Cycles
Wayne Thomas with a Grey Mullet of 3lb 4oz from Hogsback
John Avery with a Grey Mullet,
Wayne Thomas with a Black Bream,
Wayne Thomas with a fine brace of Black Bream, all from Hogsback
Mullet feeding from Rope Mark
John Avery with a Black Bream from Rope Mark
Nick Phillips with a Grey Mullet of 3lb 8oz from Rope Mark
and now with a Grey Mullet of 4lb 13 1/2oz from Havre Gosselin
John Avery Grey Mullet from Havre Gosselin
Wayne Thomas with a 4lb Black Bream from the same mark
Black Bream of 2lb 12oz from Eperquerie
Martin Turner with a 4lb plus Grey Mullet at Eperquerie
Michael Squires prior to returning the 28lb Conger caught between Old & New Harbours
John Avery's Conger of 32lb 12oz also returned shortly after
Another fine specimen, Black Bream of 2lb 12oz from Eperquerie
Rob with another Mullet from the Ropemark
The only real hazard on bikes, apart from 300 foot cliffs, was gorse scratches
on the elbows !!
Martin Turner with a fine Mullet to the LHS of Havre Gosselin
Black Bream from the same mark
Wayne with the best Mullet of the week, 5lb 2oz from Eperquerie
Conrad with Black Bream which even feed at night
Working our way down the Ropemark, but it's worth it
Conrad with one of his first Mullet
Accommodation was excellent at The Bel Air Inn Chalets, if a bit overgrown
...newer bungalows were available.....
...and only a few yards from the Bel Air Inn.....
Pollack and Black Bream
Very deep water from La Maseline Jetty
and also the older Creux Harbour
And don't forget Michael Squires Snr, had the time of his life
....and bought the T-shirt