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Wreck/reef gps settings Teesport to Whitby

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Old May 20th, 2005, 09:34 PM
alan jackson
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Default Wreck/reef gps settings Teesport to Whitby


I used to fish my own 21ft boat, and I've got quite a few old gps lat/long
settings from a kingfisher chart I used to fish from about 6 years ago in
the Teesport to Whitby area if any-one would like some.

There are lots of wrecks marked on these charts, though in my experience
most are collapsed. I used to fish one called "Nadine" though this has
since collapsed - DOH!.

There is a nice reef that runs from Whitby to Boulby known as "Gem Reef" in
about 170ft of water. We took ling to 18lb and cod to 10lb from there
regularly and it is the mainstay of the smaller day angling commercial fleet
fishing from Whitby. If any-one wants to know the co-ordinates email me.
I have not included them as the reef is 12 miles

I have just bought a 17ft walkaround Dell Quay Sports Dory with a 75hp
Mercury outboard and will be fishing these areas from June and will let you
know how I get on. If you want to see pics of this fantastic boat, or live
near Guisborough and want to fish with me, email the above.



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