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  • Anchorman Charters fishing the Bristol Channel South Wales
    Eels Bullhuss Smoothhounds Spurdogs Tope and Blue Sharks off the coast of South Wales Somerset and North Devon and the various Islands in the Bristol Channel such as Flatholm Steepholm and Lundy Anchorman is one of the fastest Charter Boats fishing the Bristol Channel with twin 285hp engines cruising at 20 knots and capable of maximum speeds of up to 30 knots making the excellent fishing areas of Stout Point and Nash accessible within 1 2 hour Less travelling time More fishing time Together with an accomplished skipper with over 25 years experience you will find your time fishing on Anchorman both enjoyable and rewarding The Bristol Channel has a reputation for superb fishing in its fast flowing silty waters The boat with its 33ft length 16ft beam and catarmaran hull is one of the biggest and most comfortable charter boats in South Wales with massive deck space more than capable of accommodating 12 Anglers and has been fitted out with safety as a top priority The boat is equipped with the very best in hi tech navigation and radar equipment Facilities include a toilet which is adjacent to the wheel house Anchorman carries a full MCA 60 mile CoP

    Original URL path: http://www.anchormancharters.co.uk/ (2016-02-18)
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  • Anchorman 5 Charter Boat - Barry Penarth South Wales
    beam and catarmaran hull is one of the biggest and most comfortable charter boats in South Wales with massive deck space more than capable of accommodating 12 Anglers and has been fitted out with safety as a top priority The boat is equipped with the very best in hi tech navigation and radar equipment Facilities include a toilet which is adjacent to the wheel house Anchorman is one of the

    Original URL path: http://www.anchormancharters.co.uk/bristol-channel-charter-boat.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Fishing Photos in The Bristol Channel on Anchorman III Charter Boat
    Tope Shark Blue Shark Other Species Wreck Fishing Shark Fishing Penarth Marina Bristol Channel Weather Tackle Baits Tides News Bristol Channel Fishing Photos Cod Photos Blonde Ray Photos Bull Huss Photos Wrasse Photos Pollack Photos Thornback Ray Photos Spurdog Photos Rockling Photos Ling Photos Spotted Ray Photos Common Smoothhound Photos Gurnard Photos Small Eyed Ray Photos Starry Smoothhound Photos Trigger Fish Photos Tope Photos Scorpion Fish Photos Blue Shark Photos

    Original URL path: http://www.anchormancharters.co.uk/bristol-channel-fishing-photos.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Anchorman Charters Fishing Videos in the Bristol Channel
    Shark Other Species Wreck Fishing Shark Fishing Penarth Marina Bristol Channel Weather Tackle Baits Tides News Bristol Channel Fishing Videos Press to expand to full screen Lundy Fishing 2012 By RattyDarren Blue Shark Fishing 2012 By RattyDarren Smoothhounds Video 2010 By Marcus Sharking Video 2010 By Marcus Ilfracombe and Lundy island By Marcus Rays and Eels fishing By Marcus The Sea and its Beauty By Marcus Bristol Channel Fishing 2008

    Original URL path: http://www.anchormancharters.co.uk/bristol-channel-fishing-movies.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Bristol Channel Fish Species on Anchorman Charter Boat
    showing during the mid January to end of February Codling remain inshore right through until May though their numbers obviously drop By late April bass have moved onto the rougher patches along with thornback spotted and the first of the small eyed rays All the rays including blondes are well established by mid May By the end of the month then attention turns to smoothound and some good fish well

    Original URL path: http://www.anchormancharters.co.uk/bristol-channel-fish-species.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Bristol Channel Cod Fishing off South Wales
    areas are noted hotspots for cod in Welsh waters The Cod season in the Bristol Channel usually starts in October and runs right through to May with the best time being November to January then again for a short period in March and April which is generally known as the spring run of fish that feed up before they move off into the Irish sea for the summer The key to successful boat fishing is to keep the bait right on the bottom A cod of over 10lb is considered a good catch from British waters Cod under 36cm should be released The cod with its large head mottled reddish brown sides and whitish under side is easy for the angler to recognise Cod have three dorsal fins and two ventral fins with a conspicuous single barbel under the lower jaw The colour varies from brown to grey depending on habitat but the upper body is invariably mottled This fish has a mouth like a vacuum cleaner and searches the sea bed for it food The Welsh shore record Cod weighed over 44lb caught by Brandon Jones off Barry Island in 1976 and is still a well known local angler

    Original URL path: http://www.anchormancharters.co.uk/cod.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Ling Fishing in The Bristol Channel off South Wales with Anchorman Charters
    body The characteristic single feeler barbel is there on the chin like the cod Ling have two dorsal fins the first rounded and short based but the secondary main dorsal is long and flat topped The anal fin is similar in shape to the secondary dorsal but is less long ending short of the vent The tail fin is also rounded Ling have a medium sized eye and slim profiled head The top and bottom jaws are equal but the mouth is armed with needle shaped teeth designed to grab and hold passing prey Wreck ling from deep water are a mix of mid brown grey and even dark green with a mottled mixing of the colours especially on the back The belly is stark white but grey on larger fish The edges of fins have a white lining along them Ling up to around 15lb prefer very rough rocky ground over medium to deep water reefs especially abundant where tide races are created such as in the vicinity of islands and in narrow sounds between islands and the mainland Larger Ling are found on offshore wrecks laying in very deep water Ling will take whiting pouting codling coalfish gurnads

    Original URL path: http://www.anchormancharters.co.uk/ling.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Coalie Fishing in The Bristol Channel off South Wales with Anchorman Charters
    The lower jaw is approximately equal to the upper jaw although it may extend marginally further in larger specimens Compared to the Cod the chin barbel is very small and not even noticeable on larger Coalies The eyes are small in comparison to the overall head dimensions The back is a darkish olive green to brownish green or blue that contrasts with the silvery grey white of the sides and

    Original URL path: http://www.anchormancharters.co.uk/coalie.html (2016-02-18)
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