Ceaser’s Palace at Bake Lakes & The Cat and Carp Lake at Milemead

Ben Bassett
  · Ben Bassett  · August 15, 2016

With the plethora of excellent sea fishing on offer in the Plymouth area, you wouldn’t expect the coarse fishing to be particularly exceptional. But with the recent addition of two exciting specimen lakes to two of our most popular coarse fisheries, the South-Devon and Cornwall based angler is spoilt for choice. I’m of course talking [...]

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Fishing marks Hampshire: Magazine Lane

Scott Ling
  · Scott Ling  · July 26, 2016

Magazine lane can be found by using the postcode SO40 4UX and once you have arrived at this postcode if you follow the road all the way to the end,you will see a gravel car park to the left of you with a back drop  the containers ships and the docks. Magazine lane or Maggy [...]

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northumberland

from hook to plate

Irene Hodgson
  · Irene Hodgson  · July 8, 2016

Since being little I have had a love of smoked fish, mainly Haddock and Cod. Mam used to poach it in milk, and we would have it with loads of bread to dip in the juice. So since we have a regular supply of prime North Sea Cod, I still found myself having to buy [...]

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Fishing Skegness for Smoothound

Anth Constable
  · Anth Constable  · July 2, 2015

When the opportunity arises to go fishing for Smoothounds and the conditions are perfect, I get a great sense of excitement knowing it’s going to be a great day. Originally our group consisting of myself, Arran and Michael had  arranged to hit the golden sands of Skegness on the Sunday but a keen eye was kept [...]

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Lure Fishing in the footsteps of Poldark

Sean McSeveny
  · Sean McSeveny  · June 24, 2015

Lure fishing in Cornwall, may not be the first thing that springs to the mind of many people thinking of visiting Cornwall this year. especially after watching the BBC’s recent drama Poldark.  In this article, I hope to let you in on a few of the marks that are real gems, for lure fishing fanatics [...]

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Mackerel fishing on Roker Pier, Sunderland

Anth Constable
  · Anth Constable  · June 23, 2015

Roker Pier is situated on the coast of the beautiful city of Sunderland and is a brilliant venue which can offer outstanding fishing for anglers throughout the year.  At the beginning of the year rumors started among anglers that the pier would be closed to carry out construction work in the summer of 2015. Thankfully the [...]

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Plaice fishing on Chesil Beach

Sean McSeveny
  · Sean McSeveny  · March 20, 2015

Plaice fishing seems to be on everyones mind at the moment, and I have had loads of emails asking where is the best place to fish on Chesil for Plaice. Well you could do what Richard Lake did and head towards Ferrybridge, where he landed this Plaice, which was surprisingly plump and in great condition.  [...]

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Plaice fishing around Poole.

Leo Toms
  · Leo Toms  · March 3, 2015

Following my recent report of the catches of plaice made in the Poole area. I have also been told of several other Plaice that have been landed in the last week. Now the saying goes “one swallow does not make a summer”. This could also be true of the plaice. We have seen a couple of [...]

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Cornwall fishing marks: Penberth Cove

Sean McSeveny
  · Sean McSeveny  · January 23, 2014

If your looking for an easy introduction to fishing the Cornish coastline and fancy trying a rock mark instead of fishing the harbour and beaches Penberth cove is well worth a try. View Larger Map   When coming from the St Buryan side of Penberth it’s a very sharp left hand turn on the hill [...]

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Dorset fishing marks: West Bay

Sean McSeveny
  · Sean McSeveny  · September 17, 2013

West Bay marks the Western most boundary of Chesil Beach. It is a beautiful fishing village that is very popular with tourists in the summer. View Larger Map   For some strange reason, West Bay seems to be the least popular of all the easily accessible marks on Chesil, and I can not think why. [...]

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Dorset fishing marks: Hamm Beach, Portland harbour

Sean McSeveny
  · Sean McSeveny  · August 7, 2013

Hamm Beach runs from the National Sailing Acedemy on Portland beach road, to the entrance of the Fleet at Ferrybridge. It runs parallel with Chesil Beach, and it acts as the drainage point for Chesil in flood conditions.   View Larger Map It is a very different beach compared to Chesil, which is less than [...]

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Solent Fishing marks: Gosport, Lee-on-the-Solent and Hill Head area

Sean McSeveny
  · Sean McSeveny  · July 17, 2013

If you want to know some of the best marks to fish in the Solent are then I am glad to say that as promised, loraine has provided me with some very useful information on some of the marks in her area. She has created a map to help you with the locations 1. Millennium [...]

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