ramsgate to dungy

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ramsgate to dungy

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I fish from ramsgate down to dungy have been for the last few years! I prefer the beaches along deal and walmer they always produce for me and me mate (big rod) Like to hear any tips frpm anyone on these parts and good spots to go!!!!
Lets hope the tide changes soon once march is over



bill-bao

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Hythe is one of my favourites. It's easy to park, easy to fish, miles of beach to choose from.
It throws up the odd big fish, my biggest was a 20lb Cod a couple of years ago.
Good Bass too, but I've never caught one there.
I think it's recovering from the substantial beach work a few years ago.
I like to fish near the rock groynes when I can.
I also use the kayak there, caught some nice mackerel last summer.
Now Dave the dolphin has moved on, it should improve this year.
I also like Dengemarsh, but it's a bleak place at night. so I fish it mostly during the day, but days are not much good from a beach.

ROCK-ROVER

Post by ROCK-ROVER »

HI TEACH
i live in r/gate nd fish the rocks a lot
the only other spots worth going sme as well as kingsdown

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I agree with bil-bao about Hythe I enjoy it, it can be quite productive at night.

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Might see you down there edloc.

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you never know m8

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Post by teach »

Rock where abouts are the rocks that you speak of in ramsgate and do u get much snagging from them? Are they good for the bass mate?

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HI TEACH
i fish the breakwater rocks down ferry terminal
moses and coburn dumpton gap broadstairs stone bay joss bay
botany bay north foreland
you do lose lots of gear but if u want to catch the bigger fish
then its worth it
they are ll good spots 4 bass either on crab or spinning
tight-lines
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Post by teach »

rock - rover!do you know if the neyland rocks are any good at margate and what time of year?

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HI TEACH
ive been sea fishin 4 about 30yrs and ive only fished m/gate once and that was the lido last yr only to get out of the 7 southerly's
Sometimes it does pay to fish spots that are never fished i would fish nayland rocks at low water
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Post by teach »

Rock thanks for the advice mate! I feel a right newcomer compaired to your 30yrs, I shouldnt have left it so late in life. Can you give me any good tips on set up when fishing rocky parts? cheers

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keep it simple use pennal on a pulley lead lifts above wait
i normally use 30ib main line 15ib snoods
you can also use a rottom bottom rig
and remember the further you cast the more rocks you ave to reel over
keep ur rod tip high and use a fast retrieve reel
hope this helps
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