SWFFing North Norfolk Coast ?

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RichHL
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SWFFing North Norfolk Coast ?

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Anyone had any SWFFing experience on this coast? Going up there in a week or so thought it might be worth a chuck or two. Any advice (or - dare I say it - locations) would be gratefully received.



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Post by bassfly »

If its unfamiliar territory you might do well to have a look over the ground at low tide and see whats around.even the smallest channel/dip may be fish holding at high tide.
Let us know how you get on.
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Post by MulletFly »

If the folk on the east coast are as friendly as the folk on the south coast, then I'm sure you will get some help soon Rich. Tight lines when your up there.

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Post by sim66 »

RichHL, Cley thro to cromer are good beaches weyborne, salthouse and cley very good in summer basslets and flatties if they get your bait before the crabs do..lol also feather these beaches for mackeral (White) feathers are best. Cromer peir ok but lots of tourists other side of cromer beaches are shallower and more sand again bassand flatties, doggies in summer Mundesley and trimingham very good,
Hope this helps tight lines

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Post by RichHL »

Thanks for your replies - especially simm66 - will definitely let you know how this goes. Just hope the weather is considerably better than right now!

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