Pender getting bitten by a Shanny... although that was my favourite part.
It started off with sun shine and a refreshing sea breeze, so everyone was making the most of the beautiful weather, and heading to the rocks for some Wrassing. As far as I know, nobody landed any fish off the rocks that day, but it didn't matter to me as I was really enjoying chilling out, and soaking in the vitamin D! (It’s been a tough winter). Realising that the Wrasse weren't going to play ball, people went there separate ways...
total of three Common Blenny’s. As you can see in this picture, it was very keen to sink it's little barnacle munchers into it's capturer!
Anyway, not long later it was time for the climb to our next spot. The refreshing sea breeze I mentioned earlier, had now developed into an icy wind (typical Cornwall) and soon I we were all appreciating those extra layers we'd brung.
Most of the fish fell to the mighty Will Pender, but Josh had Smelt, Ben took Herring and Luke had the sand goby and the flatty. The herring/Smelt pictures came out poor from the dark.
(I'm reckoning that Ben T may have been plucking out more Herring after we all left)