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hi guys looking for a low water mark on friday with my 2 kids age 7 & 5 so would have to be a safe venue no rocks or boulders?
dont mind a walk but not too far as for the kids get tired easily?
was thimking of monknash but not sure on how it fishing any info would be great
 

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hi guys looking for a low water mark on friday with my 2 kids age 7 & 5 so would have to be a safe venue no rocks or boulders?
dont mind a walk but not too far as for the kids get tired easily?
was thimking of monknash but not sure on how it fishing any info would be great
Tides probably a bit small at the moment for m'nash. Mumbly pier is the safest mark over low water I can think of :thumbs:
 

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Tides probably a bit small at the moment for m'nash. Mumbly pier is the safest mark over low water I can think of :thumbs:

Would be quite a walk aswell for the kids!!!! If you want to fish a beach down that way over low water you may aswell fish the estuary(ogmore) and fish it from low up. Easy access, easy fishing, and no blouders or rocks to get there:1a:
 

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Hello mate, how about rest bay (porthcawl) by the golf club. You might get 1 or 2 turbot showing.
 
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