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Got a day off tomorrow and have bait ordered am just wondering which of the above venues to give a bash :g: :g: :g:
 

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Got a day off tomorrow and have bait ordered am just wondering which of the above venues to give a bash :g: :g: :g:
personal choice of the 3 would be weybourne ..if your prepared to lose a bit of gear head under the cliffs more chance of a codling in the rough stuff or poss bass ..crabs will undoubably be a pain in the ..........goodluck
 

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with out doubt weybourne to the right for codling,chalana could not have been so right dont follow run of the mill and go left just thinking wreck must mean codling,that wreck sits on rock buried in sand,there are codling to be caught there but better for the flounder/dabs to the right of the car park is far better broken ground ,can be a pain with snags but worth it when you stand more chance.of better fish.I just left the beach and its chocolate colour. cley later in the year for bass,salthouse in the right shape later in the year for the hounds. will be interesting to hear your report .Be lucky.
 

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Good advice,,,, weybourne cliffs is my fave spot,,,by the sand martens nests,,,but high is 9am and that place fishes best (for me) last 3 hours of the flood and one of the ebb,so unless you get there at 6am you'll miss the best time,,, If you wont get there till after high water i'd probably fish the wreck end all the way down,,,
 

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Took the advice and went to weybourne . Headed to the right under the cliffs first cast was a small crab then a codling of about 12inches then it was more crabs then another smaller codling . Lost some tackle as was in the rough snaggy ground so moved to the left handside of the pipe where i had a small codling first cast and of course more crabs then a couple of small whiting and a couple of smalll flatties all of which where returned and all fell to lugworm tipped with squid .
 
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