Went yesterday with Coops to do a few local wrecks round Brid. Got to the 1st one at 1st light and it was slow to start I think the fish were asleep but as soon as a bit of squid was put down BANG fish on. We took a few off until-yep seal turned up fishing went dead. On to the next one a funny old wreck that used to fish well but no one seems to bother with now. The drift was perfect and slow so I pirked with daylights and got 2-3 fish a drift. Coops went to bloody sleep yeh SLEEP the early start had done him in ;D . Fishing was good all the codling this year are 3-6lb almost without exception so it didn't take long to fill a box. Good job cause the bloody seal turned up and spooked the fish. So onto the 3rd wreck a snaggy "banker" Coops woke up refreshed but the fishing was slow so we chilled out in the sunshine eating,gutting and sorting gear out. We did another wreck that was full of strap lings so banking on the seal was following our engine noise we shot back to the 2nd one that held the most fish and "Bingo" it was business resumed with fish coming aboard fast a bit more run on so shads fished really well it didn't matter what colour ,shape the cheapest crappy ones caught every drop. On slack water we started back home for an early finish popping back to the 1st wreck to use some smelly squid up. Coops snaffled fish after fish on the bait while I gutted. An ace day lots of fish this year 2 downers though : the seals and the fact there's only one yr. class of fish showing. Whats happened to the large numbers of last yrs. 8-10lbers? Ill pop a pic on when time off to bloody work now. H.