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Charter Boat - Flamer IV | Published by: Colin Penny | Skipper of: Flamer IV
Member of: The Professional Boatmans Association

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Colin Penny

Boat Details

TypeProcharter P4 39 ft
Power Iveco 450 hp turbo diesel
LicenceMCA 60 miles
Pax10 + Crew

Skipper Details

SkipperColin Penny
Address1 Wyke Road
TownWeymouth
County Dorset
Post CodeDT4 9QE
Phone01305 766961
Mobile07968 972736
Website
About Flamer IV   'Blog' Last Updated 20th Oct 2017 at 7:41 am

Hi, My name is Colin Penny and I am the owner/skipper of Flamer IV, I look forward to welcoming you on board and seeing you having an enjoyable day and of course catching plenty of fish,

Many of my customers become good friends and take part in the inevitable leg pulling that frequently occurs when we get together, if you are of the same mindset you will surely enjoy a trip or two with us on the Flamer IV.It is very important to me that my customers have a really enjoyable day when fishing with me on the Flamer IV, I am a keen sea angler myself and still enjoy sea fishing, But, my main enjoyment is to see my anglers also having fun and catching fish.

Flamer IV is a Sakuma,Red Gill sponsored boat. For tackle ideas Click on the logo's below.

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  Skippers Blog

 

 LATEST CATCHES

My last two trips before hurricane Ophelia hit our shores were a Wreck trip and a Reef/Bank trip. Keith Williams landed the biggest Pollack weighing 10Ib 4oz which he caught over the slack water period when he persevered with his pink lure. The Reef/Bank trip produced Brill,Black Bream,Tope,Gurnards,Conger and the usual Dogs and Pouts. Russell Salmon lost a good fish which was most likely a big ray while drifting the Shambles Bank,"better luck next time Russell". Good to see John Billett wearing his nice new winter hat which he says he bought for £1.99 what a bargain. "I must say the hat does suit you John".
MY NEXT WRECKING TRIPS with places available are on November 3rd,17th. Don't Miss Out as these will be my last wreck trips for 2017.
I will start Wreck Trips again in January 2018 with Big Pollack being the target species.
NOTE: I am looking for anglers to join the Flamer IV team to fish in the Weymouth Conger Festival which is on August 20th , 21st, 22nd 2018 - Only 2 Places Left.
INTERESTED? Contact me by e mail colinpennyfu2(at)gmail.com or tel 07968972737
*** NOTE: LOOK - my diary is now open for bookings in 2018. *** BOOK NOW FOR 2018 *** I have put up an Itinerary of trips for 2018 on all my web sites, take a LOOK, the itinerary is not set in stone so I may be able to change it to suit your needs subject to the tides.

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Keith Williams 10Ib 4oz Pollack

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Russell Salmon 3Ib 6oz Black Bream

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Peter Collings 3Ib 6oz Black Bream

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John Billett 2Ib 8oz Black Bream



 LATEST CATCHES continued

Mark Calver from Gloucester had a particularly good day on the Reef/Bank Trip..

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Mark Claver 2Ib 9oz Black Bream

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Mark Calver 3Ib 7oz Brill

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Mark Calver with a Brace of Brill

 ANGLING BREAK 2017

Peter Gillett and friends who had their orginal angling break blown out in June re scheduled for October and despite at times dealing with breezy conditions fished all 5 days catching 23 different species. David Barton caught 19 different species and won the friendly/competitive competition with 516 points, Runner up was Lee Page with 416 points.Peter Gillett and David Barton both had Hat Tricks of Turbot and Brill respectfully during a drifting session on a bank.Twice during the week Peter Gillett and Russell Latimer had un stoppable runs from which must have been Porbeagle Sharks.There was also some big rays lost as well. With all this going on it only added to the banter and Mickey taking that went on all week with every one enjoying thems selves.The lads have booked up their Angling Break for 2018.

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David Barton 17Ib 8oz Blonde Ray

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Russell Latimer 11Ib 14oz Undulate Ray

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Jamie Nash 11Ib Starry Smooth Hound

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Paddy Studley 9Ib 13oz Thornback Ray

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Lee Page 11Ib 3oz Undulate Ray

 ANGLING BREAK 2017 - Continued

Weymouth Angling Breaks - Book Now, Don't miss Out,*** NOW TAKING BOOKINGS FOR 2018 *** A few days away fishing out of Weymouth along with the social side is a nice trip to do.The variety of fishing and the amount of different species caught at Weymouth is probably second to none.There are plenty of places to stay which are angler friendly and some excellent places to wine and dine around the harbour and in Weymouth Town centre. If you want to try a Weymouth Angling Break then contact me, I cater for whole boat charters and individuals. Planning your trip well in advance is essential you need to arrange your boat booking and your accommodation as early as possible to avoid disappointment, some of my regular groups plan their trips at least 12 months in advance, this allows them to discuss with me the best tides for the type of fishing they are targeting.

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Paddy Studley 7Ib 14oz Undulate Ray

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Trevor Pegg 5Ib 2oz Thornback Ray his firsrt ever.

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David Barton 3Ib 10oz Ballan Wrasse

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David Barton 3Ib 6oz Brill

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Lee Page 8Ib 1oz Undulate Ray


 ANNUAL COMPETITIONS 2017

The annual Plaice competion between Flamer IV and Top Cat was fished and won by the Flamer IV team. Well done to team captain Denise Youngs for getting the tatics and her team talks dead right.Robin Amor of the Flamer IV team did well catching the most and biggest Plaice in the Flamer IV team.
The 2018 Flamer IV v Top Cat annual Plaice competition is on July 19th.
The annual "Old Gits" age 60 and over competition took place with the average age being 66.Plenty of fish were caught with a variety of species like the ones pictured. The competition was won by Andy Collings 169 points, Runner Up was Jim Stone 160 points.
The 2018 "Old Gits " competion is on September 12th 2018.
CONTACT me a.s.a.p. if you would to take part in either or both of these competitions in 2018.

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Skippers Colin and Ivan with the annual Plaice Competion Trophy

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The Flamer IV Plaice Competition team.

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The " Old Gits" competition competitors

 Fishy Pictures from "THE OLD GIT'S" competition.

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Jin Stone 10Ib 2oz Cod

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Ian Youngs 16Ib Blonde Ray

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John Ward 8Ib 3oz Small Eyed Ray

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Andy Collings 9Ib 13oz Bull Huss


 Fishy pictures from "THE OLD GIT'S" competition

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Jim Stone 3Ib Black Bream

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Denise Youngs 2Ib Red Gurnard

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Ian Youngs 9Ib 11oz Bull Huss

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Andy Collings 3Ib Black Bream


 WRECK TRIP 2017

My last wreck trip of September produced some good size Pollack and some Bass and Cod caught on a variety of lures, but the Pink Red Gill proved to be the best one. MY NEXT WRECKING TRIPS with places available are on November 3rd,17th. Don't Miss Out as these will be my last wreck trips for 2017. I will start Wreck Trips again in January 2018.

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Steve Giggins 13Ib 3oz Pollack

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Phil Harrison 8Ib Cod

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Martin Smith 9Ib 13oz pollack

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Keith Williams 9Ib 7oz Pollack

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Marius Efteme 10Ib 8oz Pollack

 2017 - FLATTY TRIPS

Come and try your luck and catch Turbot,Brill, Plaice like the ones pictured which were caught in 2016. *** BOOK YOUR FLATTY TRIPS FOR 2017 *** ALSO NOW TAKING BOOKINGS FOR 2018 ***

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Richard Timothy 5Ib 13oz Plaice

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Graham Broach 15Ib 13oz Turbot

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David Gibson 13Ib 4oz Turbot

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Andy Collings 5Ib 3oz Plaice which was returned alive to grow bigger

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Bill Walton 9Ib 6oz Brill

  WRECK TRIPS 2017

BOOK YOUR PLACE/S, TRIPS NOW ***ALSO NOW TAKING BOOKINGS FOR 2018 *** DON'T MISS OUT *** Come and try your luck to catch fish like the ones pictured.

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Tinm Norman 19Ib 5oz Pollack

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Roger Mortimer 18Ib 8oz Pollack

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Ian Nash 17Ib 10oz Cod

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Russell Salmon 25Ib 4oz Ling

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Shane Sturmey 18Ib 12oz Cod

  REEF/BANK TRIPS 2017

Reef/Bank Trips during the year can produce all sorts of species - Rays, Bream, Turbot, Brill, Cod, Whiting, Spurdogs, Bull Huss, Tope, Conger, Plaice, Pollack, Bass and many many more. Pictured are some of the species you can target. DON'T MISS OUT, BOOK YOUR TRIP(S)/PLACE(S) ALSO NOW TAKING BOOKINGS FOR 2018 ***

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Undulate Ray

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Smooth Hound

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Black Bream

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Cod

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Blonde Ray

 FLAMER IV ANGLING BREAKS 2017

Angling Breaks - come and catch fish like the ones pictured and many other species. Weymouth Angling Breaks - Book Now, Don't miss Out,*** NOW TAKING BOOKINGS FOR 2018 *** A few days away fishing out of Weymouth along with the social side is a nice trip to do.The variety of fishing and the amount of different species caught at Weymouth is probably second to none.There are plenty of places to stay which are angler friendly and some excellent places to wine and dine around the harbour and in Weymouth Town centre. If you want to try a Weymouth Angling Break then contact me, I cater for whole boat charters and individuals. Planning your trip well in advance is essential you need to arrange your boat booking and your accommodation as early as possible to avoid disappointment, some of my regular groups plan their trips at least 12 months in advance, this allows them to discuss with me the best tides for the type of fishing they are targeting.

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Blonde Ray

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Undulate Ray

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Ling

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Cod

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Turbot