Bristol Channel – Porlock Bay

Below is a short video clip taken during the summer (The original report was posted in July) whilst fishing Porlock Bay in the Bristol Channel. The tides are strong during peak flow and it’s not a venue I’d recommend for the faint hearted. The fishing was pretty much non stop with smoothound, dogfish, bass, conger eel and thornback ray making up the days catch. I hadn’t planned on uploading the video as I’d missed a few of the better opportunities, it’s viewable full screen at 720 resolution by clicking on the image and going into YouTube.

Mixed bag of fish

2 comments:

MickMull said...

Nice Vid Rob, Off to fishing the Thames tomorrow, but wont compare to the Bristol Channel ;-(
I think a few of the kippers would be served for dinner if they were mine ;-)

Rob Appleby said...

Hi Mick
Good luck in the Thames!