Oh no sir, not at all.
I needed a sand goby for the species hunt and found out the Colne and Stour are full of them. Loads in the brackish marshland ditches too. That's all I have to say about the sand goby.
Yesterday me and Conc fished a pool on the river for bass, mullet and if we were really really lucky, a sea troot.
I got a tiny bass, lost three sets of gear and had a snotty eel, which was another for "the hunt". I don't want any more though.
The lack of both bass and mullet was surprising as we've been catching regularly in daylight.
I did have a crashing take on a spinner in full darkness. I'd like to think that was a sea troot, but who knows ?
Here is a picture of a horrible eel.
This coming week the targets are a thick lip mullet and some proper bass.