....Exactly my old mate.
as true as i'm sat here typing. i have got some in my freezer.
The lad hasn't replied, regarding the size of the net.
Any less than 10 metres long.
It's perfectly legal.
How big was the net mate?.
Five fishing boats mate. One guard, one dutch fisheries protection vessel. Twenty years ago there would have been sixty boats from Scarborough,...
Freezing will turn them to mush mate...salt em
It's the way forward. Wouldn't touch a pc now..big initial outlay. cheaper in the long run.
Try Coates marine at whitby, Dennys at Redcar or scarborough marine. all fairly close for you.
Theres loads of places mate. Where are you at and what make of engine is it?.
Not certain, but i think you need to live in the village to get a berth.
Fcking disgusting..words fail me..i'll say no more before i get banned .. :vomit: :no: sad very sad..
:laugh: :laugh: :laugh:Go for it mate :laugh:
Try BT mate? :laugh:
Limpets are ok for tipping off. No good as a straight bait. :no:
When the fishstocks were massive, the crabs, mussels, and worms would have taken...
Fairplay mate.. :laugh:..bang on..could have been a bit more subtle though.. :laugh:
Cheers Glen top job mate...Thank you.
A few reviews here. http://www.ukcampsite.co.uk/sites/reviews.asp?revid=7165
http://www.heinnie.com/search.asp?strKeywords=fillet&submit=Search Some good ones here :wink:
I think it's there all weekend john... :happy:
Re: what did they call...??
Are you talking about the Helga Maria. Skipper was a fella called Jack Lammiman. Wasn't a beamer it was an old...
The Badger is in Hinderwell mate. Not Runswick..Just to save people looking for it when they're down there :wink: :cheesy:
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