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Charter Boat - Flamer IV | Published by: Colin Penny | Skipper of: Flamer IV

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Colin Penny

Boat Details

TypeProcharter P4 39 ft
Power Iveco 450 hp turbo diesel
LicenceMCA 60 miles
Persons10 + Crew

Contact Details

Phone01305 766961
Mobile07968 972736
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Flamer IV Blog   Updated 17th Jul 2018

FULL TIME SKIPPER - FULL TIME ANGLING BOAT.

Type of Fishing: Reef, Bank, Flatty, Species (competitions/hunts), Wreck, Specialized Trips,

Why Not Try an Angling break out of Weymouth for 2/3/4/5 days or more.
Or a Trip with a Difference a 4 or 5 day West Country Trip.

For Species like Turbot | Plaice | Brill | Cod | Pollack | Bass | Bream | Ling | Rays | Tope | Whiting | Bull Huss | Spurdog | Conger | Wrasse | Smooth Hounds | Gurnard | Mackerel | Garfish and many many more.

Lots of Dates/Trips for Indiviuals at Weekends and Mid Week.

Whole Boat Charter is also available

For Full Information see my site at www.flamer4fishing.co.uk 

Contact Me - email: colinpennyfu2@gmail.com

Contact Me - email: colin@flamer4fishing.co.uk

 

BOOK NOW for 2018 also I am NOW TAKING BOOKINGS for 2019.

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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Flamer IV Fish of the Month - Click Here

Flamer IV 2018 Species Count - Click Here

Flamer IV Competitions - Click Here

Flamer IV Angling Breaks - Click Here

Flamer IV Awards - Click Here

Flamer IV Price List - Click Here

Flamer IV Payment & Refund Details - Click Here

Flamer IV Terms & Conditions - Click Here

 

 

Flamer IV Pick Up Point - Click for Full Details

Our pick up point is the Westwey Road Pontoons (Post Code for your Sat Nav – DT4 8SU) (opposite the old gasometer).
Please Note, You will not have to climb down any ladders or clamber over another boat to gain access to Flamer IV, If you temporarily park your car, access from the road is down a gently sloping ramp, at the bottom of the ramp there is a trolley that you can use to transport your tackle from your car to the boat. Toilets – there are two toilets just inside the gate if you need one.

FREE Parking
For your information there is Free parking in the streets behind and near the Asda supermarket and in the street behind the retirement apartments building.


 

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FLAMER IV NEWS

Did two days drifting two different banks and caught Turbot and Brill along with a few other species ie Blonde Ray,Gurnard, Lesser Weaver and the usual Dogfish. VIRGINS - Martin Smith was a Turbot and Brill virgin and was pleased as he caught both species, John Walsh from Southern Ireland was a Turbot virgin but not any more as he caught several, Nicholas Holden also caught his first ever Turbot.
SHARK ATTACK - Flamer IV regular Denise Youngs was trying to catch some fresh Mackerel for bait when she hooked some and was bringing them to the boat her rod bent over and then went slack then we saw a Shark thrashing around on the surface who had obviously grabbed the mackerel and half of Denise's Mackerel tinsel lures. A bit later the Shark was seen again following anglers baits up to the boat and the Shark was about 6 foot long.
THE FLAMER IV PLAICE COMPETITION saw several Plaice Caught on a lovely sunny day. Colin Leadbeater was the Winner and Graham Gardner was Runner Up.

The Next Flatty Trips with places available are on July 25th, August 1st,

FLATTY COMPETITIONS - July 18th - Flamer IV Flatty Competiton, July 19th - Annual Flamer IV v Top Cat Plaice Competition,

July 27th - The Weymouth Turbot and Brill Competition, October 26th - Flamer IV v Supanova II - Flatty Competition,
DON'T MISS OUT - BOOK YOUR PLACE(S)

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Kevin Clark 5Ib 14oz Turbot

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John Walsh 5Ib 9oz Turbot

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Colin Leadbeater 2Ib 9oz Plaice and Winner of the Flamer IV Plaice Competition

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Weymouth Turbot and Brill Competition


 

FLAMER IV NEWS

NOTE: The Flatty fishing continues to be good with some good size Plaice being landed along with Turbot and Brill. Rick Smith had a flatty Grand Slam catching Plaice,Turbot and Brill.

DON'T MISS OUT - BOOK YOUR PLACE(S)

A Reef/Bank Trip produced plenty of different species which included Undulate and Thornback Rays, Black Bream, Bull Huss, Congers, Smooth Hounds,Wrasse, Mackerel etc.

My Next Reef/Bank Trips with places avaialable are on - July 21st, 22nd, Don't Miss Out,
Book your place(s) and get a Tug on your Tackle.


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Rick Hawkins 3Ib 5oz Black Bream

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Lou Mace 4Ib Plaice

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Paul Milkins 12Ib Undulate Ray

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Roger Smith 4Ib 2oz Brill

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Rick Smith 5Ib 4oz Brill


 

FLAMER IV NEWS

A lovely day on the Wrecks produced a good catch of Pollack with some double figure fish caught on a variety of lures but red and white lures and jelly worms proved to be the best on the day. Ian Youngs and Graham Johnson also caught Cod.

My Next Wreck Trips with places available are on July 26th, Don't Miss Out - Book Your Places.
Also Now Taking Bookings for 2019.

Flatty Fishing - Bob Spencer from Southampton on his first trip aboard Flamer IV landed his personal best Plaice weighing 4Ib 8oz,Bob was using a two hook Plaice trace with pink attractor beads on and size 2/0 Sakuma Stinger hooks baited with ragworm and squid strips. Bob's friend Jason Cochlin caught his ferst ever Turbot weighing 4Ib 8oz,Jason returned the fish alive to grow bigger.

NOTE: The Flatty fishing continues to be good with some good size Plaice being landed along with Turbot and Brill.



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Ian Youngs 11Ib 2oz Pollack

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Graham Johnson 11Ib Pollack

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Steve Graham 10Ib 8oz pollack

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Bob Spencer 4Ib 8oz Plaice

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Jason Cochlin 4Ib 8oz Turbot


 

REEF/BANK TRIPS

The Reef/Bank fishing has been really good with good catches of Rays,Bull Huss,Congers, Smooth Hounds and some Black Bream but most of all the Tope fishing has been amazing and great fun. Cocktail baits of squid and mackerel mounted on pennel rigs of Sakuma Manta 6/0 and 4/0 hooks have proved to be successful.

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Rick Hawkins 20Ib Tope

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Ian Slater 13Ib Starry Smooth Hound and new Personal Best

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Chris Wall 23Ib Tope

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Mick Doody 12Ib 8oz Undulate Ray

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Mick Doody 11Ib 8oz Undulate Ray

REEF/BANK TRIP

A Reef/Bank trip produced a variety of species which included Blonde Rays, Thornback Ray,Turbot,Black Bream,Tope, Bull Huss,Congers, Mackerel etc. A Reef/Bank Trip produced Bull Huss,Blonde Rays,Tope and a "Shark Attack", first Tim Goble had some searing runs and at times could not wind fast enough to keep up with the toothy visitor when it decided to head straight at the boat then it took off and headed away from the boat and Tim's hook came out, 10 mintues later Rick Hawkins hooked in to what we assume was the same Shark, Rick had a tussle with it for a few minutes before it got off again, Ricks 200Ib B/S trace was chewed in half and frayed with evidence of the Sharks teeth.

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Paul Milkins 17Ib Blonde Ray

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James Gray 11Ib 8oz Blonde ray

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Ian Slater 11Ib 8oz Blonde Ray

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Drew Goble 13Ib Blonde ray

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Paul Milkins 17Ib 4oz Blonde Ray

ANGLING BREAK

The Tonbridge Tanglers rejoined Flamer IV for a 4 day Angling Break and did a variety of trips Wreck,Reef/Bank, Flatty fishing, and caught several different species like Plaice,Cod,Pollack,Turbot,Brill,Bull Huss,Congers,Rays etc. They also did a species competitions over the first 3 days and the Winner was Jon Haylett 198 points, Runner Up was Simon Haylett 144 points, David Gorham won the Best Fish Award 9Ib Cod. On the last day competition the Winner was Simon Haylett 176 points, Runner Up was Stuart Summerson 164 points, Norbet Albstmeijer won the Best Fish Award 4Ib 3oz Plaice. The guys enjoyed their trip and the social side was good, they even took the skipper to his favourite restaurant "The Ming Wah" for a Chinese meal, "Thanks Lads".

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David Gorham 4Ib plaice

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4Ib 3oz Plaice

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Toby Haylett 3Ib 11oz Plaice

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Jon Haylett 3Ib 10oz Plaice

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Tonridge Tanglers group picture

ANGLING BREAK

Tonbridge Tanglers Angling Break fishy pictures continued Weymouth Angling Breaks - Book Now, Don't miss Out,*** NOW TAKING BOOKINGS FOR 2018 and 2019 *** 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.

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Stuart Summerson 3Ib Plaice

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Stuart Summerson 7Ib 8oz Thornback Ray - Su's first ever ray

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Shaun Brabon 2Ib 11oz Plaice

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David Grorham 9Ib Cod

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Norbert Albstmeijer 7Ib 6oz Cod

FLATTY TRIPS

Come and try your luck and catch Turbot,Brill, Plaice like the ones pictured caught in 2017. *** BOOK YOUR FLATTY TRIPS FOR 2018 and 2019 ***

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Rick Hawkins 4Ib 14oz Plaice

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Andy Moore 10Ib 4oz Turbot

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Michael Devenish 17Ib Turbot

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Mark Slater 13Ib 1oz Turbot

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Richard Ing 7Ib 9oz Brill

WRECK TRIPS

BOOK YOUR PLACE/S, TRIPS NOW for 2018 and 2019 *** 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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Martin Smith 15Ib Cod

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Russell Salmon 25Ib 4oz Ling

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Shane Sturmey 18Ib 12oz Cod

REEF/BANK TRIPS

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) for 2018 and 2019 ***

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John Collings 19Ib Undulate Ray

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Kevin Reay 24Ib 8oz Spurdog

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Trevor Lockyer 4Ib 2oz Black Bream

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Tim Goble 40Ib Tope

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Jon Trevett 26Ib 2oz Blonde Ray

FLAMER IV ANGLING BREAKS

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 and 2019 *** 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. West Country Trips - "A Trip With a Difference" Most of the West Country Trips that we do each year are of 4 or 5 days in duration, we will typically target a variety of marks including Wrecks, Reefs and Banks. These trips will give you a taste of the deep sea fishing that is on offer in Dorset and Devon's coastal waters. We cater for all groups, clubs and individuals but we do limit the numbers of anglers on these trips to a maximum of 9. A typical trip of 4 or 5 days duration would be as follows: On day one we will leave Weymouth and travel across Lyme Bay fishing the various Wrecks, Reefs and Banks along the way, when we have finished fishing we will enter the picturesque harbour of Dartmouth and tie up on our pontoon berth, from here you will disembark and make your way to your chosen accommodation. Middle Days will typically be spent fishing inshore on the famous Skerries Bank which is renowned for its Plaice fishing and the various other Reefs and Banks and occasionally an inshore Wreck or two. On our last day we will fish the various Wrecks, Reefs and Banks in Lyme Bay whilst we travel back to Weymouth, on arrival in Weymouth I will present the trophies for the most species, best flatfish and best fish etc. that our anglers have been competing for over the duration of the trip. One of the best features of these trips is the social side and the friendships that are built up between the anglers who are involved, many of these anglers will return year after year, as the old saying goes "Once Bitten..." The species that we encounter during these trips include but are not limited to: Plaice, Pollack, Cod, Ling, Conger Eels, Rays, Bass, Bull Huss, Gurnards, Whiting and many many more.. If you are interested in doing a trip with a difference please contact me for full details. 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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Plaice

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Brill

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Pollack

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Turbot