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Summer Species off Sussex Beaches - 1st June 2017

Plaice, Dover Sole, Bass, Smoothound, Mullet - more summer species starting to show - 1st June 2017

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There have been plenty of nice plaice and good sized dover sole being caught off local beaches during the day recently, alngside other summer species starting to show.

Pictured (below left) is Gerald Sargeant  with a 45cm plaice of 2lb 9oz caught in a charity beach comp last Sunday, and also pictured is junior angler Ollie Franks with a  42cm dover sole caught in the same match.


Also  pictured below (left) is Tony Fitch with a 2lb plaice caught in Pevensey Bay and also Michael Moule (right) with a 1lb 8oz plaice caught at Langney Point on smelly frozen lug. Great to see .



There have also been plenty of small smoothound, and some larger ones around the 7lb mark, like the one of 7lb 12½oz  pictured below from Wesley Sargeant caught last week during a Nomads Beach Fishing Comp and returned to the sea alive. 

Plently of small bass are also being caught, and the occasional sizeable one like the one pictured below caught by Peter Cornwall (below left) last week and entered into the Anglers Den Bass Catch and Release Comp for May.  Remember current restrictions mean that all bass need to be returned to the sea alive.

Also pictured (below right) is Ash Cornish with a lovely mullet  caught locally on lug about 30 yards out last Sunday - mullet usually take ragworm fished around the pipes or bread off the rocks or harbour, so this was quite an unusual catch with lug off a local beach.


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