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Philipe
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Been really enjoying my return to fishing after far too many years away.

My wife and I have been fishing off Kilnsea road and although we haven't caught loads, we've really enjoyed the experience and the few fish that we have caught

So big question, where next?

Any suggested Marks to try on the Holderness coast for a bit of variety?

Philipe



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Hi Philipe, just keep on doing wot you and your good Lady are doing and thats fishing, its not my area but somebody will reply to you from around there.


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Post by hatter »

there are some very good marks all along spurn sea side and river side

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Post by bomberpete »

This time of year on the bigger tides I like hornsea north! plenty of bites and always seem to get alot of differnt species.
Dimmo and easington are still producing some cod along with skate and doggies....

good luck where ever you go..

ian1965

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Try Spurn, 5 mins away, beutiful place and good fishing...........

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Post by Philipe »

I like the idea of a Hornsea trip :)

But I think it's a bit more Spurn exploring for us first... might start off near the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust huts.

Thanks for the suggestions guys

Philipe

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Post by hatter »

along the spurn road most people will mention the marks by the numbered telephone poles. you can see these numbers on the poles as you drive along.
be carefull on the big tides as there is a strong drag to the river and if there is a southerly wind then there is usualy a lot of nasty weed.

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Post by Philipe »

Thinking of heading off to spurn over the next few days.

Big question, what are the best tide times to aim for?

I've heard "2 hours either side of high tide" but I've also heard other saying around low tide... confused :)

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Post by hatter »

Hi Phil.
spurn is an all round fishing mark as i have had some good fishing from low to high and back down again. The smaller tides are better as there is a strong drag to the river mouth on big tides.hope this helps any more info i can help you with just drop me a message or roy boy as he knows spurn like the back of his hand.

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