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Post by joe roberts on Mon Mar 10, 2008 1:46 am

After watching the weather all week and canceling a trip the week before we just had to get out. so looking at the weather on anglesey the decision was east coast with strong s/w wind's but dry the thought's were it look's comfy.
Put out a few post's on other forum's with not many replie's. so after seeing what the brid open threw up we decided on hilston.
Anyhow it go's like this we leave home 05.45 intent on catching the shenton's and stu on the m62 when we got on there a quick phone call and we were ahead of them so we put the old foot down to make time for a breaky and meet at the little chef just out side hull which took us 1hr 50min.
So breaky it was while we waited all be it 18 for two.



Full up we met the lad's and headed for hilston got there (past the old robin reliant) looked for a get down but it was decided go back a little further down the road.
A few turn's later we end up here.




nice comfy get down and a view looking back.



set up two rod's each ten in all bait's were lug, squid, sandeel, macky, razor's and rag worm.
started fishing about 09.00 down to low then we were going to fish it back up all the way to high.




well we waited and waited and waited and nothing. after the tide turned other's started to show up in droves. a few hour's later and our thought's were all these fish that come from this area are just one off's .it seem's hundred's of angler's turn up a few fish are caught and then everyone think's it's fishing it's nut's off. WRONG.

The thought's then turn to the second leg of our journey home again another 168 mile's for what.
but then the whiting come on the feed. first paul.



then paul again.



then deg's the face say's it all was it worth it.



then a few to me.



even massive worm's wouldn't tempt the codling.



So we fished it for a solid 10 hour's out then back up and into dark until we finally realised this part of the country is hit and miss. And if the codling dont show there's not much to fall back on unlike anglesey where you just move a couple of mile to a different mark and different spiecies.

Intail i dont think the 55 of fuel 20 for bait and the 18 for breaky is worth the effort again.

If we want whiting i can catch them 200yd's from home.the only possibility of another return trip might be when the hound's start to show and meet someone local that doesn't mind meeting us.

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Re: rectory/holderness coast

Post by allthegearnoidea on Mon Mar 10, 2008 3:42 am

great report Joe i have fished there myself can be a great venue on its day
that breakfast looked good but for 18 it should be
you can get one as good on the coast for 3.50

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Post by fishypaul on Mon Mar 10, 2008 12:24 pm

great report and pics joe,seems a little on the expensive side though
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Post by Billyfishing on Mon Mar 10, 2008 5:15 pm

Great report great pictures a pity not better catches but as you know another day it will fish its socks off i have had many a good day at that mark i have also blanked there but don't right it off well worth a look at for the Rays big bait long trace and distance helps on a flat calm day start seeing the Rays in April don't look for the reports as they are always put in late or not at all look for a good tide and flat water hope this helps with your next visit.
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Re: rectory/holderness coast

Post by joe roberts on Thu Mar 27, 2008 8:15 am

Billyfishing wrote:Great report great pictures a pity not better catches but as you know another day it will fish its socks off i have had many a good day at that mark i have also blanked there but don't right it off well worth a look at for the Rays big bait long trace and distance helps on a flat calm day start seeing the Rays in April don't look for the reports as they are always put in late or not at all look for a good tide and flat water hope this helps with your next visit.

what is a good tide billy.

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Post by Billyfishing on Thu Mar 27, 2008 8:29 am

Sorry a good high tide.
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