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LRSAC boat comp today, targeting the longest Bass!
Some of the the new Hook-Ups, Add-on's have arrived in the shop, so looks like I will be using these to try and catch my Bass today 🙂
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LRSAC boat comp today, targeting the longest Bass! 
Some of the the new Hook-Ups, Add-ons have arrived in the shop, so looks like I will be using these to try and catch my Bass today :)

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It is going to be a busy week for Lyme Bay Charters. If you fancy a go at some great fishing, give Lewis a shout (phone number at bottom of the post).
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Spaces next week; Monday 9am-1pm mostly bream £30 Tuesday 8am-5pm Bass fishing £60 Weds 9am-5pm Inshore mainly Bream £50 and 8pm-2am Sole trip £40 Thurs 9am-5pm Inshore mainly Bream £50 Fri 9am-5pm Inshore mainly Bream £50 Sat 5-9pm Bream and Conger £30 Sun 5-9pm Bream and Conger £30. Call or text 07519160020 or PM to book

It is going to be a busy week for Lyme Bay Charters. If you fancy a go at some great fishing, give Lewis a shout (phone number at bottom of the post).

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We have been busy unpacking boxes for the last couple of days. Deliveries from Pure fishing, Tronix, Evia, Isome, Grauvell, and Hydra!
The Alisius boat rods are back in stock (we have sold quite a few of these now, and everyone who has bought them absolutely loves them. The different tips allows you to be able to target almost anything from the boat in the uk). The new twin speed fixed spool reels have arrived, and in preparation for the Squid arrival (hopefully soon) we have got in loads of Squid Lures.
Loads of hard plastic and metal lures are in stock for the Bass along with some new Lure rods. Loads of Grauvell Continental beach rods have arrived, along with some very nice slow jigging rods and multi tip boat rods.
Anyone looking for a decent tripod will be pleased to see the Salt ones are back in stock.
The weather is looking a bit dark and gloomy, so come and brighten your day up by looking at some new fishing gear! Lots more stuff has arrived, but too much to list 🙂
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We have been busy unpacking boxes for the last couple of days. Deliveries from Pure fishing, Tronix, Evia, Isome, Grauvell, and Hydra! 
The Alisius boat rods are back in stock (we have sold quite a few of these now, and everyone who has bought them absolutely loves them. The different tips allows you to be able to target almost anything from the boat in the uk). The new twin speed fixed spool reels have arrived, and in preparation for the Squid arrival (hopefully soon) we have got in loads of Squid Lures. 
Loads of hard plastic and metal lures are in stock for the Bass along with some new Lure rods. Loads of Grauvell Continental beach rods have arrived, along with some very nice slow jigging rods and multi tip boat rods. 
Anyone looking for a decent tripod will be pleased to see the Salt ones are back in stock. 
The weather is looking a bit dark and gloomy, so come and brighten your day up by looking at some new fishing gear! Lots more stuff has arrived, but too much to list :)

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Tackle BoxI would like to retract my comment about the weather........... it has turned out lovely down here! lol

3 days ago
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The new Glow weights are in the shop!
They are available from 1 ounce up to 16 ounce, in various shapes. These weights are white in daylight and then glow Blue in the dark!
Not as bright as our Green glow, but could still make an awesome attractor for species such as Bream, Wrasse, and Plaice. (The photo of them glowing is where they have been charged up with just a normal ceiling light and not the sun or U.V torch)
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The new Glow weights are in the shop! 
They are available from 1 ounce up to 16 ounce, in various shapes.  These weights are white in daylight and then glow Blue in the dark! 
Not as bright as our Green glow, but could still make an awesome attractor for species such as Bream, Wrasse, and Plaice. (The photo of them glowing is where they have been charged up with just a normal ceiling light and not the sun or U.V torch)

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Geoffrey Sandersas you lose colour the deeper you go, at about 30m most of the colour visible to the human eye at that depth turns BLUE, sort of makes it almost hard to see??? just a thought. tight lines chaps.

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Roger HighamWould the colour fade over time ?

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