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Can any of you fine people give some sensitive advise of a rock mark that fishes well from low water to high in west cornwall??? as this sunday the other half will be gone for the day :clap2: :clap2: so a serious days fishing is needed,your help will very greatfull:secret:
 

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10 to 15mph sw forecasts and dry in the afternoon.You could try Pendeen lighthouse for pollack and early mackies or drive down to the flat rocks by Lizard lifeboat slip and try for a plaice and again some mackies.
 

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Thanks for the advise mate,at least someone is willing to give some advise on there favourite marks,might also try saturday night.got to be worth ago:notworthy :notworthy :notworthy
 

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mate do a search on the place you want to have a look at its not that people dont want to help i have done it and before you know it you cant swing a cat there let alone a weight !!!!!!!!!!!!! best way is like most of us just get out there and have a go
 

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hi, if you want some decent night fishing, flatrocks around by porthoustock is normally pretty good, some double huss from here and ive lost some good conger. plenty of doggies.

Day time is good for mullet, bass, mackeral, wrasse, pollock, garfish, and other summer species, maybe a bit early yet tho, but ive heard of a couple of gars caught already.

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Can any of you fine people give some sensitive advise of a rock mark that fishes well from low water to high in west cornwall??? as this sunday the other half will be gone for the day :clap2: :clap2: so a serious days fishing is needed,your help will very greatfull:secret:
With the predicted forecast showing SW 3-4 you could try Penbearth. It will be windy but fishable.:)

Species likely......pollack, wrasse (ballan and cuckoo), dogs, rockling, maybe a conger.
 

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"drive down to the flat rocks by Lizard lifeboat slip and try for a plaice and again some mackies."

thats a good enought spot its called prilla, further round the water gets deeper, try a live mackerel for a big bass as the tide floods, but don't risk falling in the tide goes like hell there!!

good luck
 
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