anything South West sea fishing related here
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Best places are harbours and estuaries at low tide mate. There must be some not too far away from you - how about the Tamar estuary? By the way I find that they will keep for at least two or three days in seawater in the bottom of the fridge. Don't try to freeze them though they just turn to mush.
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it might be a bit far but the exe estuary is good for lugworm and there quite a few snake white that turn up.
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Havnt done it for a while but up from Looe always had them. small area to park before the lake on left. straight down across the road. wellies needed.
defo try the tamar mate. the area around st johns lake has plenty of casts, but be very, VERY careful around there, the mud in places is treacherous.