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By David Elliott
Ocean Warrior 3 offers some great South East Turbot Fishing. We fish on the deep water sand banks for Brill and Turbot. You can have a relaxing days fishing on the drift.
So far this year we have had some nice Turbot showing already. This is Gary from Brighton of whom had a good day South Coast Turbot fishing with his mates and they caught some nice fish. The bait we use while fishing for Turbot is fresh Mackerel. We catch the Mackerel during our South East Turbot fishing trip when we are travelling out. Sand eels also work well at this time of year.
While we are South Coast Turbot fishing, we drift for quite a long way on the sandy ledges, using an 8oz lead, a sliding boom and we use a 5.0 hook with a fillet of Mackerel.
We have also been catching some Cod and Pollock in the good numbers and the Cod have been reasonable sizes on the wrecks. There have also been some good sized Black Bream up to 3lb 6oz on the small hooks while anchored to the wrecks. There have also been plenty of Congers using the flapper baits.
If you fancy a days fishing for Turbot on Ocean Warrior 3 out of the port of Newhaven Marina on the South Coast, this is a good time for this. Why not check out our website www.oceanwarrior3.com to check out the calendar with available dates.
We will soon be on the winter Cod fishing throughout October so if you fancy a day out fishing for the Cod, check out the dates available.Google+
By David Elliott
Sea angling for Brill and Turbot off the coast of Newhaven aboard Ocean Warrior 3.
If you fancy something a little different, sea angling for Brill and Turbot can be a cracking day out on the water. When we are sea angling for Brill and Turbot, they can be found on the deep sea sandbanks offshore, throughout the English Channel.
The way in which we catch these Turbot and Brill is to drift over the Turbot and Brill grounds. We would use either Mackerel or Sand Eels for the bait with a size 4.0 hook and 8oz leads. It is a nice and easy productive way of sea angling for Brill and Turbot.
Both Brill and Turbot are extremely nice eating fish and are some of the most sought after fish that anglers want to catch.
If you fancy a sea angling for Brill and Turbot trip, try a day out on Newhaven’s Ocean Warrior 3, skippered by David Elliott.
The biggest Turbot this month has gone to Phil Brooks with a 21lb 4oz, and the biggest Brill went to Tomasz Lukaszewicz which was 8lb while on a sea angling for Brill and Turbot trip. They were all caught using a side of Mackerel bait while drifting.Google+