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I've heard that they will be opening a new coastal pathway between these to villages this summer just thought I'd let people no as it's quite a nice looking area specifically a big point with a sand bank directly in front I used to dig yrs ago were the army shooting range is :)
 

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i would be very surprised if this is true mate. the MOD land is still used regularly. its patrolled daily by armed police. theres a wide creek at the allhallows end which would need some kind of bridge crossing built. the other end at grain is a half hour walk accross shingle. people also live on the marshes. it will never happen. and to be honest the fishing isnt any different from usual local spots.
 

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I'm from allhallows it's yantlet creek n it's a dangerous place at high tide but at full low it's crossable n for wen it's high good mullet fishing in the summer down the creek aswell as bass and if walk to the end you can go round any state off the tide
I will be trying various places this summer in search off new species there but as I haven't fished it since being a kid I'm lookin forward to it
 

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I'm from allhallows it's yantlet creek n it's a dangerous place at high tide but at full low it's crossable n for wen it's high good mullet fishing in the summer down the creek aswell as bass and if walk to the end you can go round any state off the tide
I will be trying various places this summer in search off new species there but as I haven't fished it since being a kid I'm lookin forward to it
I walked across a creek to get to the Yantlet stone at low tide once. Is that Yantlet creek?

Had to cross a field with cows in to get to it? Those bl**dy cows started trotting towards me when I was in the middle of the field with nowhere to go. I don't know if they meant me harm or thought I was there to feed them but 20 fully grown cows coming at you is let's just say a bit intimidating. Never been back! :uhuh:
 

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Yh you must hav parked by the pilot? U can go in cam n park close to sea wall and walk that wat n yh yantlets got a stone memorial off a death there and big sluece gates
I've now fished there area for 20+ yrs from being very young n all in all it's a place most people ignore but if u can do the walking n now the area it can be very productive I've had over 100 bass in a session befor including Afew over 5bl witch is really good by any standards
 

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You can take the left a the s bend next to the old water tower (got some raider thing spinning on it now ) n drive down n park on a lane by the camps golf course
U can park at the pilot pub n walk either through the camp or the cow field
 

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Personally tho I鈥檇 just go to the camp at the gate and say your fishing they鈥檒l usually let u through
They made plans for that coastal path but nothings happened so far I鈥檓 considering making a cable bridge across yantlet at some point myself
 
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