Just want to know if anyone fancies fishing at Clacton.
my husband, a friend and myself are always fishing off Clacton sea wall on a Wednesday.
If anyone wants to join us you are more than welcome, just reply to this and I shall give you all the info.
Hello there just read your post I live in Frinton and have been fishing Frinton, and Holland on a regular basis, I your fishing next wednesday let me know where you go and Ill come and say hello. Ive been having good results by the holland sluice the last week
Sorry I haven't replied earlier.
I have no means of travel, but you are more than welcome to join us in Clacton.
We fish at a spot near Vista road in clacton.
Let me know when you are thinking of popping along and I will make sure I have the kettle on me.
(this time I will subscribe to the thread Duh ).
We fish from a cafe on the sea wall at Vista road, we are there most wednesdays and thursdays. We will not be fishing this week but I shall post on here when I know we will be fishing again.
That is the only place we will go as none of us have a car and my friend and I can not walk too far.
If we are of any help, you are most welcome to join us, maybe we could all help each other.
Well, I hope to hear from you soon.
Don't want to be a dullard, but was at Walton and Clacton yesterday and caught absolutly bugger all (apart from a couple of Pout). Fished tide up at Clacton, then moved up to Walton pier to fish the tide down.
Am starting to think the North Sea has not a lot to offer, so am going to head back to the south coast before the rod goes away for another couple of years!
Hope you have a little more luck than I have had on my last couple of east coast trips!
Will be fishing tomorrow from the thrid beach to the right of the pier from about mid day.
We usually catch pout, bass, sole, whiting, codling and a few others.
If anyone wants to jion they are more than welcome.
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