Time we headed out on the road again for some sea fishing, its been some months since we went to Chesil Cove in September (where we caught pretty much feck all!).
As usual, we decided to go for the easy option of Lyme Regis, always catch fish there and easy on the feet with great amenities. Myself and Neil headed down via the Golden Arches, arriving there at around 11.30am. We opted to be lazy and pay £7 to park on Monmouth Beach car park instead of the long stay at the top of the massively big hill, even if it was £1.50 up there.
To our surprise there was dredging work being carried out on the beach so we had to be escorted across the beach to go onto the harbour wall, the tide was further out than I had ever seen before so there was no chance of any fishing to be done just yet!
The dredgers were quite interesting to watch as they pulled loads of mud away, they were partially submerged and how they didn’t get stuck was quite impressive.
Me, Neil and Dave were all set up and ready to go, but the tide was still too low and the dredgers were still in action…. typical eh!!
We had a great day, it was pretty damn cold in the night session, we stayed until 11pm.