Kayakers claim good hauls
Unsurprisingly, the beaches have been full of holiday makers making the most of the October temperatures.
There have been a few anglers out and about, though it's fair to say that the only ones having good sport during the hot, bright days have been the kayakers.
Some good hauls of school bass and mackerel have fell to the kayakers, as being able to get away from noisy beaches has certainly helped and they've found sport from the shingle round to Hopton.
Night times are the best times on the beaches with plenty of whiting anywhere from Yarmouth southwards and even a few codling showing to some lucky anglers.
Pakefield and the south pier have both produced the odd codling along with those that seem to be ever-present along north beach to Corton.
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Simon Farrow had a couple of pretty early-season 2lbers off the south pier, which is nice to see, though it's fair to say that whiting are the most likely quarry.
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