Swalecliffe, Whitstable

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Anyone know what the fishing is like down there ? and the nearest bait shop.



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HI m8 not to sure what the fishings like down there, i mainly fish in herne bay. but the nearest bait shop is at st johns road which is near the train station hope that helps

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Cheers mate, what bait do you use ?

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depends what you are going for if its mackrel then feathers probley the best but the most commen baits are mackrel,lug worm,peeler crab,squid

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Cheers mate, going down there tomorrow night and staying till sunday. Cant wait :D

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but the nearest bait shop is at st johns road
Think thats where my campsite is as well

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yea is it called seaview holiday park. if you dont get any luck at swalecliffe then try herne bay its only 10min away

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chaz123 wrote:yea is it called seaview holiday park. if you dont get any luck at swalecliffe then try herne bay its only 10min away
allo chaz,
got back last night, fished down on the beach saturday cault two small eels with lug. Lovely place and couldnt complain about the campsite.

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nice 1 m8 i might give it ago there. and yeah that camp site is really nice there.

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chaz123 wrote:nice 1 m8 i might give it ago there. and yeah that camp site is really nice there.
yeah your right. sunday me and the old man went down and dug our bait up in the rain lol

your sea food aint bad either :P

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what bait did u use in the end coz i havnt caught nuthink for ages went today and didnt catch anything apart from crabs

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Just lug. From the shop you said, forgot its name now.

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Ken's Angling is the place in Swalecliffe...good luck fishing that coast, I spent a few hours on Sunday...tons of kelp coming in...okay if you want to make laver bread! :D

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spratman wrote:Ken's Angling is the place in Swalecliffe...good luck fishing that coast, I spent a few hours on Sunday...tons of kelp coming in...okay if you want to make laver bread! :D
Yeah was a bit bad.

Caught two eels though :D

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It's not the best place to fish, never has been. Then again, the Summer is pretty poor for shore fishing in most places.

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