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codling

1, codlin
any unripe apple

codling

2
a codfish, esp a young one
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Sunderland boat Northeastern Charters had two good days, taking over 60 cod to 8lb from the wrecks, with Sapphire fishing the ground, taking around 50 codling to 4lb.
There where still plenty of codling in the 1-2lb range around even for match anglers fishing the small high water tides.
The Sunderland boat "Sapphire" fished an offshore wreck and had a reasonable amount of codling to 61/2lb on bluey.
Nineteen fished last Sunday's match, with eight weighing in 15 codling, three flounder and one rockling and Stan Preston pulling the heaviest fish; a codling at 4lb 3.5oz.
Codling could easily have had a hat-trick but couldn't convert his chances.
Codling, 35, arrives at the Arms Park to replace Justin Burnell, who was elevated in the summer to the role of Blues forwards coach.
Codling, 31, who played in England's famous win over Argentina in Buenos Aires in the summer of 2002, was released by Saracens at the start of the season.
Dr Green had been attending the civic function with Tory councillor Sue Harris and was grabbed by the lapels and forced to his knees by Codling.
Codling moth, the most destructive pome fruit pest, worldwide, is finally meeting its match.
Tynemouth pier produced a few codling for BOTAC members with the best around 2.5lb.
The Tyne has been the best venue for codling up to 2lb - Les Henzell took 12 for 12lb 13oz in East ends match, Gavin Owen 10 for 11lb 6oz in BOTAC's Sunday league match.
THE heavy seas have certainly benefitted the shore angler with some reasonable numbers of Codling being taken.