Another good forecast and a day off work so the gear was readied for another go at the summer pollock fishing. This time same launch site but concentrating on a slightly different patch of ground. Kim was also off work so both kayaks were chucked on the van and an early start up to Boggle Hole was made. We paddled out into the bay for 8am and a nice flat sea with the fresh breeze going more or less straight over our heads. The paddle across the bay was really pleasant with an escort of seals most of the way. I dropped a 5oz lead and a jellyworm down to see if I could troll anything on the way to our mark but all I did was drop a couple of fish as we crossed Blea Wyke backs. Once we reached our chosen mark after a steady 35 mins paddle I changed tac and set up a light lead for casting and deep spinning a small black and yellow eddystone eel. First cast and I was into a pollock. Not a monster but target species as it dived and took a bit of line. These fish really are great sport on light gear. Kim had set up a float rig and was drifting a sandeel under it about 20ft deep in 30ft of water. It wasn t long before she was squealing, "I ve got one ! " and her first kayak pollock was hers The next hour was great nice flat sea out of the wind and a steady haul of pollock coming to both of us, I was still deep spinning and Kim on the float. We paddled back towards Blea Wyke and landed for a welcome spot of lunch.....no matter how many times I go there I m always blown away at the beauty of the place. Anyway suiteably refreshed we set about the fishing again and split up a bit to cover more ground, Kim was casting a jellyworm now but I think she needs to work on the method as all she did was lose gear less her. I had a couple of nice fish around the 5lb mark and then I got a very very delicate bite , just a couple of slight knocks. Then all hell broke loose, crashing and diving several times and when nearly up it screamed off again really testing the light Fladen Maximus rod. Eventually a very nice came to the top and was quickly hauled in as I turned and headed for the shore to weigh this one accurately. After giving it a rest in a rock pool after the hard fight it had given me this fish took the scales to 9lb 8oz...my pb kayak fish A few photos and the fish was held in the water until with a powerful kick of its tail off it went......superb ! The wind was picking up now and so we made the decision to head back and so I put down an eel to troll and worked it in about 25ft of water. Kim had headed off to go see the seals.......she missed out....I had four more fish all around 4-5lb in successive drops. Once past Peak Steel the wind really did pick and we had to turn back away from our landing site and paddle inside to get some shelter as it was just pushing us out. Once under the cliffs it was like a different day and we had a steady paddle back.... thankfully tide was still well up meaning only a short carry back to the van. No mater what anyone says our summer fishing is up there with the best of places. All fish were returned I had 12 fish and kim managed 4 pollock , they are a great sporting fish and I hope they stay that way for us all to enjoy for the future.