Peace & Plenty find the Pollock out on the Weymouth wrecks

New Kid On The Block skipper Jamie Pullin posts his first report with catch images and his anglers are into the fish from the first drop out on the Weymouth wrecks. A new crewman Connor gets his first outing and is in the skippers chair straight away enjoying the whole experience.

Jamie Wrote:

So 2016 gets away to a flying start with my first trip of the year. With a brisk north west wind cold enough to make a penguin feel right at home the lads assembled on the boat. With our forecast for the day being decreasing winds we set out on the first of many trips of the year.

After having a good catch up with the lads on the way out we arrived on our wreck with not a boat in sight. With a good steady run of large pollock throughout the day and as predicted the wind begining to ease and leave us with a lovely spring day. Even a little move to another wreck at the end of the day produced some more great condition fish.

As well as being the first of the year it was also a first for my new crew Connor who embraced the whole day, armed with his net he very successfully landed every fish with no problem. I even let him have a go on the wheel to get a feel for the old girl. Grinning from ear to ear he steamed us homeward.

With the diary filling fast now to ensure your chance to catch some of these great condition fish you can email me at or phone me on 07886931460.

There is a couple of spaces available on the 20th of March and a new day to fill 27th Easter Sunday wrecking on both days. Also a turbot , brill and we hope the odd plaice trip on the 3rd of April. If that takes anyone’s fancy.

Weymouth lure fishing for Pollock on the wrecks

Lures used on yesterdays Pollock fishing on Katie Ann out of Weymouth and all colours worked well with the small blue pearl white Turbo Fish coming out on top so size doesn’t matter !! that lure is now on it’s second outing and has accounted for a good number of fish and still going strong. I’ll fish that again on the next trip see how long it stands up before it’s Ass drops off. The GITD/UV pink tailed turbo eel created some attention especially in the morning when water was coloured, the big Cod Bomber enjoyed a few drifts in the afternoon and the sea had cleared so was very visible and swam well with very fast drop to the wrecks and without hangups so good to go now. There was also a pearl fish and rhubarb & custard used but the wrecks claimed those but they earned their cost with some nice fish so owes me nothing. Even the good old faithfull jelly worm had some takes mostly I suspect pouting on the last wreck we tried.