fishing low tide

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fishing low tide

Post by bassing »

hi i am quite new to sea fishing
need advice on fishing deal beaches at low tide and if it would be worth it

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A very warm welcome to the forums, unfortunately not my area but one of the locals are sure to reply, in the meantime Seasonal greetings to you and yours.
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Hi welcome to the forum, and a merry xmas to you n yours. cheers..Mick

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Post by andy1_i »

hi and welcome,from the east coast forum

low tide fishing eh?

i dont know your area but i would try maybe a full tide fish to see how things go (you cant beat your own experience) turn up at low tide and fish right up to full flood and vica versa,some places fish better on the bottom tide and others on the flood,dependant of location.

get out there put a bait out cos you never know ;)


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Post by Hebby09 »

like andy said if you don't get a bait in the water you will never know if it was worth it or not. look at the tide tables and either fish 2 hours before low tide (ebb) or 2/3 hours after the low tide going up.
go out there and try it bud.

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Post by andymad »

You can fish walmer low tide up.kingsdown on the chalk ledges both fish well low water up kingsdown is snaggy so use a rottem bottom rig,casting not really an issue here as the fish feed quite close in also boundry road.

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Post by jay180 »

go past the pier towards sandwich, after half a mile past the pier you will come to the lifeboat station, this is the only spot other than the pier i have fished at low water and have had whiting, pouting, rockling, dab an dogfish.... i find it hit n miss, some days better than others, nights defo the best

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Post by tinny »

get yourself down to pleasure angling 95 beach street deal the bloke who runs it is great , he will give you all the help and advice on tackle where to fish and so on. deal is a great location fish all along that coastline myself, good luck


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Post by bassing »

thanks to you all for your advice
will get out alot in the next couple off weeks
so will keep you posted :)
happy christmas to you all...

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