Date Posted... Apr 29th 2021
There was plenty of fishy activity this Wednesday afternoon as the pupils headed off to Pendennis Point to see what they could catch. The spot is a great place for beginners as the conditions aren’t challenging, and there are plenty of species to find there.
In total, 11 were caught by the group, (and swiftly returned to the sea) with species including, Conger eel, Corkwing Wrasse, Ballan Wrasse, Goldsinny Wrasse.
On only their second trip out of the term, the pupils are already getting to grips with how to use rods, thread the line and safely remove the fish from the hook to release them.
On the other side of the coast, the surfers were at Gwithian riding the waves, pleased to be out on the water after lockdown.
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