We tried to run up off Aberthaw but after rounding Nash Point it was clear that the weatherman had got the forecast wrong again, the easterly wind was closer to 20mph rather than the 2mph forecast, so we dropped back onto the ray mark. Again, it took a couple of hours for them to start feeding heavily but we finished up with around 30 rays, mostly small eye and spotted. We finished the day on an inshore wreck where we had good numbers of conger to 18lb or so before needing to head in for the last lock.

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