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  • Lure Challenge 2015

    The Challenge
    Catch as many DIFFERENT species of fish on artificial lures as possible.

    The ID Card



    http://i1017.photobucket.com/albums/...d%202015_1.png

    Start/End Date
    Sunday, March 29 2015 - Sunday, October 25 2015 (Both Dates Inclusive)

    The Boundaries
    The UK and Ireland, Salt or Fresh Water, by any means of access (shore, boat, kayak)

    To enter simply post a picture including the ID card, on this thread, of your first catch (try to include the lure) and every catch after that. Any photos posted without the ID card will NOT be counted. You can fish as little or as often as you wish, and you can join at any point between the start and end date. All fish must be fairly hooked.

    You can use any type of lure you wish, including but not restricted to;

    Plugs and Poppers
    Spinners
    Shads & Jellies
    Feathers and Daylights
    Artificial Flies

    Happy Hunting
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    Last edited by phill_itofish; 07-09-2015, 08:58 AM.
    Happy to help, Keen to learn!

    Fishing marks Seaham - Lynemouth
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  • #2
    I'm looking forward to this years challenge already. This challenge I'll be happy with 15 species- that's adding a bass and a grayling onto last last years total.

    Get the link up Phill so I can start making my cards lol
    http://www.slippylimpets.uk/

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    • #3
      Originally posted by natonthetyne View Post
      I'm looking forward to this years challenge already. This challenge I'll be happy with 15 species- that's adding a bass and a grayling onto last last years total.

      Get the link up Phill so I can start making my cards lol
      Plenty of time yet mate. I quess I'm going to need 16 then mate.

      I'm going to aim for 20 though

      L/S Sea Scorpion, Coley, Codling, Pouting,Mackerel,Pollock, Weaver, Launce,

      Rainbow Trout, Brown Trout,Perch, Pike,

      That I had last year, plus

      Bass, Flounder, Wrasse and Blenny that I've had in previous years.

      And hopefully Grayling and Samon Par. I've had a few Grayling this winter but never had a salmon par.

      And there's always a chance of a bonus Spray and Herring whilst fishing for mackerel.
      Happy to help, Keen to learn!

      Fishing marks Seaham - Lynemouth
      http://maps.live.com/default.aspx?v=...!467&encType=1

      Fishing Marks Lynemouth - North
      http://www.bing.com/maps/Default.asp...!739&encType=1

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      • #4
        My main aim this summer will be to take my overall species tally to 100, currently 89 but for some reason I really want to catch a Bull Huss on an artificial, I don't know if it's possible and when I tried to do it last year I just kept hooking codling and the odd whitey.
        Species 2012.
        Uk. Codling,whiting,

        Lanzarote. Scorpionfish,damselfish,red grouper,dusky grouper,red bream,white bream,red snapper,vermillion snapper,ornate wrasse,

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        • #5
          Originally posted by pointer View Post
          My main aim this summer will be to take my overall species tally to 100, currently 89 but for some reason I really want to catch a Bull Huss on an artificial, I don't know if it's possible and when I tried to do it last year I just kept hooking codling and the odd whitey.
          89!!! I couldn't even name that many species never mind catch them lol
          Happy to help, Keen to learn!

          Fishing marks Seaham - Lynemouth
          http://maps.live.com/default.aspx?v=...!467&encType=1

          Fishing Marks Lynemouth - North
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          • #6
            Actually I should have said types rather than species as although they are man made colour variations I've counted such things as golden tench and golden Orfe in there. ( I still count them as to me they are different......for example I find Ide a pest species but I spent days trying to catch a golden orfe I kept seeing in one area)
            For a holiday all we can afford is the very cheapest hotel in one of the Canary Islands but you can soon build up a good species count using LRF tactics at the shore or small shads and feathers off a boat.
            Species 2012.
            Uk. Codling,whiting,

            Lanzarote. Scorpionfish,damselfish,red grouper,dusky grouper,red bream,white bream,red snapper,vermillion snapper,ornate wrasse,

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            • #7
              I'm back and this time I mean business!........looking forward to having a better year this year than last!
              Regards
              Si

              www.facebook.com/simon.todd.12

              http://www.nesa.co.uk/forums/lure-fishing/

              ************************************************** ******

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Wreckingball76 View Post
                I'm back and this time I mean business!........looking forward to having a better year this year than last!
                Glad to here it mate, look forward to getting out on the rocks with you mate.
                Happy to help, Keen to learn!

                Fishing marks Seaham - Lynemouth
                http://maps.live.com/default.aspx?v=...!467&encType=1

                Fishing Marks Lynemouth - North
                http://www.bing.com/maps/Default.asp...!739&encType=1

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                • #9
                  Card added to the First page lads, not long now
                  Happy to help, Keen to learn!

                  Fishing marks Seaham - Lynemouth
                  http://maps.live.com/default.aspx?v=...!467&encType=1

                  Fishing Marks Lynemouth - North
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                  • #10
                    Champion Phill. I really looking forward to this season. If I can get 8-10 this year I'll be happy.
                    All the gear, no idea.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Nooo Fish View Post
                      Champion Phill. I really looking forward to this season. If I can get 8-10 this year I'll be happy.
                      Good luck mate, sound like you've set yourself a achievable target.
                      Happy to help, Keen to learn!

                      Fishing marks Seaham - Lynemouth
                      http://maps.live.com/default.aspx?v=...!467&encType=1

                      Fishing Marks Lynemouth - North
                      http://www.bing.com/maps/Default.asp...!739&encType=1

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                      • #12
                        I'll have to leave mid comp but I'm looking forward to actually getting out and scrambling to catch something.
                        Species: Cod, Bass, Coalie, Flounder, Dab, Rockling, Mackerel, Plaice, Pollock, Ballen Wrasse, L/S Scorpion, Common Blenny, Weaver (unfortunately), Whiting, Common Eel, Trout, Pike... think that's it

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                        • #13
                          Well lads it all kicks off on Sunday, good look to anyone getting out on Sunday. Looks like I won't be out this weekend.
                          Happy to help, Keen to learn!

                          Fishing marks Seaham - Lynemouth
                          http://maps.live.com/default.aspx?v=...!467&encType=1

                          Fishing Marks Lynemouth - North
                          http://www.bing.com/maps/Default.asp...!739&encType=1

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                          • #14
                            one to kick off the hunt

                            Unfortunately not a sea fish but you've got to do something while waiting for the sea to calm down.
                            Rainbow trout caught on an #12 black pheasant tail.
                            http://www.slippylimpets.uk/

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                            • #15
                              Well done mate first on the table again.
                              Happy to help, Keen to learn!

                              Fishing marks Seaham - Lynemouth
                              http://maps.live.com/default.aspx?v=...!467&encType=1

                              Fishing Marks Lynemouth - North
                              http://www.bing.com/maps/Default.asp...!739&encType=1

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