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Summer seems to be rushing by and the nights are now drawing in with a feeling of early Autumn in the air. To be honest it has been a pretty good Summer for the boat, beach and pier angler. There have been plenty of bass to be caught and they will still…
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The tide tables for 2019 are now available on the site   Perfect timing for competition organisers and to allow the sea anglers to plan next year’s outings. The 2018 and 2019 tide tables are both available to download in pdf format using the maps on the…
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Thornback ray have started to show in good numbers on the pier and low and high water off the beach with some anglers having multiple hits. Rosall is producing best at low water with the average being around 5lb in weight. These fish are known to feed…
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I had been blaming crabs for hooks coming back in stripped of bait, and indeed there were a fair number of crustaceans about. However, looking at the footage back home proved that small turbot and lesser weavers also played their part in cleaning the bait…
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There are plenty of many sole still around the Lancashire coast with some nice bass, the odd flounder and plaice. The pup tope are getting bigger with some being around the 4lb mark. Fleetwood channel has been producing smoothhounds over low water.…
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After high attendances at Skegness Pier Angling Club (SPAC) matches earlier in the year, unfortunately a run of low numbers in the last couple of matches continued this afternoon,. Only nine anglers turned up to fish for the Dodsworth Cup at Trunch Lane.…
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We really couldn’t ask for a warmer Summer, but with temperatures in the high 20’s it can be a struggle for beach anglers. However, with a bit of thought there are still fish to be caught, and the evening tides are always best and lighten up on your…
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Anglers who braved the wind and rain found bass, sole, tope pups and odd smoothhound. Ragworm is still the best bait at moment closely followed by black lugworm and crab baits. Big baits don’t seem to be doing the damage at present. Small hooks close in…
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The fishing was abysmal in the Skegness Pier Angling Club (SPAC) annual Lincolnshire Pairs match, held last Saturday from out of sorts Trunch Lane. With the entry well down due to clashing with other open matches, only 5 pairs turned up to fish this once…
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Flounders and crabs feeding on lugworm baits with floating beads off Sandside beach in Caithness. The water is clear but with a lot of suspended weed. Depth is under one metre. The crabs pushed the beads up the snoods and the weight of the lugworm stops…
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