Decided on a few hours uptiding off Sandsend Today. Myself and Mike 33 were met by the gruesome twosome Dan And Damo. After watching the weather most of the morning we finally paddled from Sandsend at around lunchtime and we were soon anchoring up on the south hard. After our last outing at Robin Hoods Bay when the 2 youngsters mussled in on all our fish we told them to set their own anchor today. On went 2 housebricks from a wall at Spittle Bridge and the lads were in business. Myself and Mike deployed his "big bouy" anchor system and we were soon in business too. The first 90 minutes was dire. No tide and no fish either. Then with the first push of flood Damo was into his first fish. A nice codling around 3 pounds. Then we had a stroke of bad luck, Mikes new anchor system gave out on us and we were adrift. Up came the brick and we paddled out leaving Dan and Damo in the fishless desert. Down went the anchor and we were soon back in business. But again no fish. After and hour we paddled back in to Dan and Damo who had stuck it out in the fishless desert. Well the little buggers had 3 nice fish each. We attached onto the back of them and quickly had a couple of fish each, whilst Dan And Damo managed a few more. Not the best of days for myself and Mike with 2 cod each but the young lads must have enjoyed it today and they kicked our asses with 5 or 6 cod each. Damo having the biggest at around the 5 pound mark. I also managed a half decent one at 4-1/2 lb's (a first entry in the hall of fame kayak cod section). Sorry no pictures at the moment but Ill down load them later. Im sure the other lads will have a few snaps to show too. All in all not such a bad day for the time of year. A few fish each and we even acquired some Knowledge of a local plaice mark from one of the charter skippers who was anchored up not far away in search of flat fish. Im sure me and Mike are going to steel a march in the kayak fishing league with some flounders and soles available on our new found mark - roll on April.