Ive spent a few late nights recently with my two boys doing a bit of pier fishing. We usually get there about 9pm dusk at this time of year, and so far weve caught a load of lythe English name – pollack and blockan English name – coalfish, with other local sea anglers telling us that theyve managed to get rare varieties like cuckoo wrasse this summer too. Last night the clouds rolled away and the stars came out, so we stood fishing in the dark looking up at the Plough and other constellations. All good male bonding stuff, and the things that hopefully the boys will remember for the rest of their days.

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