caution is required here as rocks tend to slop towards the sea.
the fishing wasn't exactly electric but I was pleased to land a couple of modest Pollack on a texas rigged slug go
that was as good as it got unfortunately as my next two visits saw be blank, there didn't seem to be much activity, no signs of any bait fish or small coalies, perhaps the bright conditions didn't help? the only follow I got was from a seal which followed my fiiish minnow right to my feet, they must look realistic, I nearly jumped out of my skin!
the ferry on its way to St Margaret's Hope
another go of barrier no 3 produced a surprise flounder on the isome
a wee cod
and a few of these when I got bored with no bites
so not exactly a successful holiday from a fishing point of view but everyone had a great time enjoying the good weather, including Clyde who's found a new love of water and generaly getting in a right old mess!
the other highlight of the holiday I forgot to mention was on the ferry on the way over, it slowed right down so everyone could get a look at pod of killer whales, a truly awesome sight, wish I had got a picture of them.