this may sound like a dumb question but planning on trying ferrybridge sat nite i no i have to park at the visitors centre and walk from there but how do i no when im fishing the bit of beach they call ferrybridge?
Very good point, didn't spot that nasty weather coming in.Don't want to p*ss on your bonfire Marcus but XC-Weather http://www.xcweather.co.uk/ has S/SW winds 24 - 26mph from mid afternoon Saturday through into the early hours of Sunday before easing Sunday late morning.
I was planning to head to Ferrybridge for Saturday night myself but with winds like that I fear Chesil may be a tad on the dangerous side to fish this weekend
How do you think I feel , I drove 6 and a half hrs to get here on Sunday and had a fishing trip arranged for Tuesday . It was blowing a HOOLY , the sea was as rough as F**k , however there was mackeral .But that was during the day . There was a bit more but I'll leave that to the angler wh done the catching to report his story :thumbs::clap3:thanx for the help guys think im gonna try and brave it but if it is real bad is there any more sheltered marks nearby? as its a 2 1/2 hour drive to get there?