Here are some pictures from our annual visit to the Mull of Galloway. http://www.whitbyseaanglers.co.uk/forum/index.php?action=tags;tagid=479 Forum members who have visited it will know what I mean when I say it's an angling paradise with many species to target set in lovely surroundings. The weather was unusually kind to us and had light winds and sunshine most days.. We could possibly say the fishing was not at its best especially the bass but the very late tides did not help and after being out fishing for pollack all day it was difficult to push myself out in the early hours. I did give them ago and my best session I caught 7 to 5lb. Sometimes I think we expect to much and set the bar just a little to high.. All in all a smashing week with a great set of pals... Bait fishing for bass. We caught plenty of small school bass on bait in Luce bay. After dark we had a few sessions with the lures and managed a canny few better fish to around 5lb. Pollock fishing was very good with the general stamp of fish around the 3lb mark with many around 5lb and a few around 6-7lb and as any one who has fished for them will tell you that you certainly know it when you have a 5lb+ Pollack on light spinning gear.. Alan just proves he is totally "Quacker's" and we now call him Daffy... :gum: :laugh: ...... This little yellow duck came bobbing along in the tide but it wasn't long before it shot under and out popped this lovely pollack. Well the pollack just kept on coming. Andy's rod strains as a good Pollack makes a dive for the bottom.. Lee into a Pollack. Team Pollack. Lee John and Alan into the Pollack with a treble hook up.. Some of the climbs are a little difficult and care should be taken especially in the wet as the rocks are treacherous.. Lee shows he's half man half mountain goat.. :laugh: Wrasse fishing LRF style.. Andy introduced us to extreme light tackle fishing for wrasse and it was great fun catching Wrasse on light jig heads and bait... Lee and Andy light tackle Wrasse fishing. Well it wasn't long before the week was up and the sunset on another fantastic Mull trip.. That's all folks.... :cheesy: Tightlines.