Fishing forecast for Chesil Beach, Portland & Weymouth. 25th June 2012

Sean McSeveny
  · Sean McSeveny  · June 25, 2012

Looks like we are in for a few days of settled weather combined with fairly warm water temperatures. This should be good for some Bream and hopefully a Trigger Fish or two.

 

Wind forecast SW 10mph

 

Water Temperature: 14.2*c                 Weymouth High Tide: 11.08am, 1.75m

 

Sea Condition

Chewith small waves with a 1m swell. Water clarity is good

Portland Bill:  fairly calm with a slight swell. Good water clarity.

Portland Harbour Calm.   Good water clarity.

Weymouth Bay: Small waves with good water clarity.

Chesil Beach forecast: The beach should fish well this week for Bream, Gurnard and Mackerel.

Portland: It should be very good for lure fishing for Bass, Wrasse and Pollock today. High tide is around the same time as dusk making for a great combination

 

Portland Harbour: A number of good possibilities here, for shelter with a chance to get some good fish. If you are willing to put up with the wind then fishing along the Beach road to the sailing academy could well produce a nice Thornback and certainly some Flounder and the odd Bass. The area from Ferrybridge to Sandsfoot Sailing Club is a better option for Bass and Gilthead Bream. Crab and Mussel are the best bait for Gilthead Bream. You will also pick up Bass on Crab or Ragworm, though worm does not seem to attract the larger specimens. Try shallow or surface lures along there for the better Bass.

 

 

Weymouth Bay: Reports of plenty of Mackerel from the pier (no feathering allowed) and some nice Bass falling to lures this week. This is going to be a good spot to get out of the worst of the wind and you should be able to find lots of different species.

 

 

 

 

 

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