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Bamburgh

Discussion in 'North East Catch Reports' started by Gaz1980, Aug 3, 2020.

  1. Gaz1980

    Gaz1980 Member

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    Hello all, I’m heading up to Bamburgh for a couple of nights later in the week with the other half. I was going to sneak the lure rod in and give Dunstanburgh castle a try. Any other marks up that way worth a go?
    Cheers.
     
  2. bamburghbreaker

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    The rock skeers in front of the houses on Harbour Rd in Beadnell and the area of rocks south of Seahouses harbour. You'll want to do both in and around low tide hours

    For the amount of time it takes to walk from Craster car park to Dunstanburgh castle you could also do a 30 minute drive to Eyemouth and be over the golf course and on the rocks in a few minutes
     
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    Fished beadnell knacker hole and the point saturday was really slow. Had a coaly and pollock just size of the point on lures. Seals turned up and never had another bite.

    Go to the castle as you said, float fish rag worm or fish small lures . You will do orrite canny walk but worth it fish the last 3 hours of the ebb and over low wAter
     
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  4. Gaz1980

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    Thanks guys, I did think about heading up to Eyemouth.
     
  5. Geordie Ghillie

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    With fine weather Eyemouth could be rammed we were up there a year ago in the summer and every accessible outcrop was covered. Gets a lot of angling pressure. Use depth charts apps and look at the ground between craster and cullernose point you could unearth some gems.
     
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    What are the depth charts called.
    Cheers
     
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    Navionics webapp
     
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