Discussion in 'Sea Fishing Forum - Shore, Boat & Kayak Fishing' started by mattylamb, Oct 10, 2011.
North Cliffs Failure - Amazing Cliff Collapse caught on Camera!
Holy shit :surprise: :surprise:
Makes me nervous thinking about fishing bemmo tops now !!
Think I'll give Cowbar a miss from now on! :scare:
What's with the daft woman screaming? :crazy:
Nice rock fall to fish off now....
Holy s**t. :ugly: Someone needs to put a new rope in!!!
What the f---k :crazy: :scare: :surprise:
Its a woman
i was out on the kayak when some of the cliff by rollup went and i was half a mile away and it was still very loud
funny enough a was talking to me m8 the other day about cliff falls when we were walking over the big fall at port mulgrave a bet that went with a big bang !!!!thousands ov tons ov sandstone just laid there!!
there used to be what we called the pigeon caves there and then one nite the lot fell it must ov been an awesome sight !! thats why the harbour got filled in at port dock the sea just washed it round the corner straight into the harbour!!
Bloody hell thats more than :scare:
I was fishing on thornwick scars one night around 4 or 5 years ago when the archway to the left of little thornwick went :scared:
I fisrt thought it was a really loud jet or thunder but when I realised what it was and saw the spray in my tiga I just grabbed my rod and bag and ran all the way to the back of the scars :surprise:
I thought there would be a giant tidal wave but there was very little really !! Still very scary, we used to cliff jump that archway a few years ago :scared:
Jesus that lot went with a crash......I d avoid that fall anyway....I d only fall over on it :whistle: :whistle: :whistle:
Hmmm !!! I would stay well away from rockfalls mate :whistle: :whistle:
Im glad I wasnt walking round or fishing below that cliff , mind you I suppose after standing there for millions of years it had to go sometime
i was down port the night that fall happened, big cloud of dust after it aswell, caught a good few nice coddies thatnight too
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