We headed out to the Overfalls with a fresh northerly F4 behind us. The sea was lumpy as we waited for the flood tide to strengthen and put us over our bank. Once the tide began the sea settled and I had a small blonde ray – my first. The anchor gave us some trouble but we re-positioned and were soon back on the fish. I had a large edible crab, my first huss at 14lb and two spurs, also a new species. Weirdly, my dad blanked while I was bringing these fish over the opposite gunnel. We ended the day with a lovely drive back into Chichester over a glassy sea, great day out.