Sorry its taken a little while for me to get these on but here goes... Fishing on the Mull was a little slow this year compared to years gone by but then again I think we are to blame for pushing the bar a little to high at times and expect a little to much... Well I think all in all we had an enjoyable week and everyone caught plenty of fish and some nice ones too.. John Dixon our new recruit showed that his 17lb 8oz cod was no fluke and continued to catch the big uns... Well done John, Hope the climbs didn't put you off to much.. The weather was a little up and down with sun, wind and showers most days but not to be put down by the weather we tried our best.. Here are a few pictures. I hope the other lads will contribute and add there photo's and storys about there best parts of the week... Old pal Harry joined us on this one, it was good to see him back up at the Mull after a few years missing.. Harry likes his wrasse fishing and caught lots on LRF gear.. We all caught plenty of Pollack from 1lb - 7lb which always put up a great fight on light gear... As always Big Cliff showed at 70 he is still a mountain goat, maybe an old one but he keeps climbing up and down them cliffs. Every year he has his own design of floats, this one made from a tennis ball and a few bottle tops, as he couldnt find his rubber duck one.. Martin swings an average size float caught pollack.. John soon found out the bigger they get the harder they fight, as this one nearly dragged him of the rock.. :laugh: Me and John trying to lift a decent pollack.. Pollack came thick and fast.. Big Cliff shows that when we go fishing we always travel light... :embarrass: Well all the boxes of Jellys and Shads soon came to good use on the Pollack.. Even the Wrasse took a liking to the soft lures... Well the bass fishing was slow for us this year, or maybe I just didn't try hard enough and explore more avenues.. Most nights I opted to stay in front of the television with my slippers on and a cup of cocoa (I must be getting old) whilst the lads tried to find a few bass.. I did however get the fishing rod out on the last night and had a go, and got 4 in 30 minutes so it does show that they are around, you just have to try a little harder to find them.. Ooop.s nearly forgot about the Conger eels. One day we fished for Conger and caught 9 Eels but nothing over 10lb... Tightlines folks..