Fishing Budliegh 15th

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Fishing Budliegh 15th

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fished budliegh on sunday for 2 hours.
fished one rod with lugworm and 1 rod with feathers
Nothing on either rods.
too many crabs, bait wanst in the water for a minute untill the crabs stripped the hook bare.



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alrite george, where on bud beach did u fish?? we ad a comp down there on the 14th, i fished up rosie, had 8 doggys and a rockling, 8 out of 9 ppl weighed in fish, 1 guy waz down by lime kiln near the out let and had 1 plaice and a dab.

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i fished down by steamer steps.

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hi could you please tell me where abouts lime kiln is? thankyou

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hi blanker, lime kiln car park is right at the end of the beach, if u come throu town, along the beach, up the hill 2 the monument take the right hand turn, takes u 2 the car park. do u fish 4 honiton club???

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hi george, the fishings always bit crap there, if ur fishing that end of the beach u want 2 walk 2wards exmuff 4 bout 300yrds 2 the 2nd sign, good fishing there, deep channels and kelp beds, thats were i fish 9 times out of 10...

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people always say to fish by the reeds there. theres a random patch or reeds and that apparently marks the deep channels and kelp beds you said

right down at the sandy bay bit, whats the seabed like tthere???

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rite down by sandy bay is good mate if u like a walk!! thers 2 places there 2 fish, 1 place is a mark we call hawks nest, thats marked by 2 big holes in the cliff were hawks used 2 be, and futher up a place called 2 stones, this place is very rocky and sum big mussel beds, all in close!! prod easier 2 park up in sandy bay and walk down the cliff, only about 200yrds to 2stones that way..

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