Yesterday promised to be a good fishing day. Unfortunately I chose to go where the wind, stronger than forecast, was making conditions more uncomfortable than I cared for. After much moving about and many miles travelled, I only had dogfish, pout and a wrasse to report. It happens. However, the big benefit of fishing here on the Solent is that there is nearly always something interesting to see. This trip included a drive-past of HSL102 at speed, the restored WW2 aircrew rescue launch. Then as dusk approached, a Spitfire flow over and provide a display (albeit at a distance) of loops, rolls and low passes as it showed off to the residents of No Mans Land Fort. The sound of the engine was unmistakable – have a listen below.