Natural waste

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  1. Charlie - Minton

    Charlie - Minton Funster

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    On the tide line at Pwhelli beach today went on for miles.
    Sad but that's natures way sometimes.
     
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    Difficult to make out what it is... stranded sardines maybe?
     
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    No can't be no tins there :eek:
     
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    I'd guess sand eels. ..and possibly more than nature at work to cause that...
    Don't think I've every seen sand eels washed up in those numbers... shame whatever caused it...
    Andy. .
     
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    White bait or Fry as they are sometimes referred to..

    Happens a couple of times a year in the South/West...

    Normally a massive shoal of mackerel not far off shore...

    But what ever bait you use to try and catch them (The Mackerel).... you won`t not while the fry are around in such vast numbers..

    As it happens, it has been one of the best years in a long time to catch Mackerel of The Chesil Bank/Beach...

    Mind of useless information I am... :giggler:
     
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    I knew I'd seen SOMETHING about something similar on Spotlight a while back, couldn't remember what though. They showed the fry right up by a harbour wall & slipway, then the mackerel following (didn't remember about that bit till I read your post)
     
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