Tales from the Tendring Flatlands

Tales from the Tendring Flatlands
Summer Bassing

Wednesday, 4 September 2013

More of the same.....

Had a few more bass on surface lures in the river, nothing big, but a nice way of spending a summer evening, especially with the fantastic weather we're (still) having. Another lovely day today, wandered down for an hour and met a couple of blokes I regularly see lure fishing.

Spent most of the time chatting, but managed to wangle a schoolie before leaving at sunset.
Anyone know what this is ? 
Someone said a sea squirt colony. I don't think so. Nothing happens when to squeeze or stand on them.

They are found at the low water mark in the Stour estuary. About as big as a your fist, maybe a bit bigger. They feel "dry" to the touch and are firm.

Over and out.

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