|Getting ready for fish|
We were all given drop lines, a few instructional do's and don'ts`and off we set. Once on the other side of the bay, we dropped our lines and waited. And waited. And waited! The fish didn't appear to be hungry. It was time to head back to the cars. Back at Ouaisne, I pulled up my line and found I had caught 2 Pollock. I dropped 1 bringing them in and the other I let go. At the same time, another lady pulled her line in and found a Pollock and a Bream, both good sizes which she took away and had later that evening.
|Our Scottish group portage!|
|Cracking sea colours|
|And they say women can talk!!!|
Our afternoon session was over at La Rocque harbour for a nice we trip up the coast past Gorey and back, passing some of the numerous towers dotted along the Jersey coast. This is when I got talking to Doris from Germany. I had this strange feeling I knew her from somewhere, but I knew I'd never paddled with her before. After much discussion, we came to the conclusion it was on a jetty on Skye a few years before where we had, had a bit of a chat. They had just been out round some of the islands and we had just been on a course down at Skyak. It's a small world indeed!