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hello every body been thinking of were to go for a fish on these small tides i have heard port carlisle is flounder bashing country just wonderd
if enybody noes if it fishes on small tides and any other info will be spot on cheers lads
 

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hello every body been thinking of were to go for a fish on these small tides i have heard port carlisle is flounder bashing country just wonderd
if enybody noes if it fishes on small tides and any other info will be spot on cheers lads
from my experience steve. the big tides puts too much run in and out of the solway, and often washes a load of rubbish off the marsh.
your small to medium tides are best, and plenty of spots to fish just below p/carlisle, where the road runs paralell to the shore. lug and mackie tipped is ok best result for me --- creeper tipped mackie. later on when it gets colder -- mackie on its own , [ bluey will do instead of mackie] look out for a really big flounder or two:thumbs: more info maxi's ya man
 

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The small tide's are not to good as the tide will just reach the bank then go back out, you can fish on the big island on a small tide just take a brolly just in case it rains as you can only get off when the tide go's out, rag tipped with mac is a great bait.
 

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The small tide's are not to good as the tide will just reach the bank then go back out, you can fish on the big island on a small tide just take a brolly just in case it rains as you can only get off when the tide go's out, rag tipped with mac is a great bait.
on really big tides pete, we got swamped a time or two with old hay and silage that had been dumped on the marshes. on another biggie, we were on that "fish out of your car" mark and the wind pushed the tide up onto the road behind us. but on intermediate tides i cant think of a better spot.
 

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The small tide's are not to good as the tide will just reach the bank then go back out, you can fish on the big island on a small tide just take a brolly just in case it rains as you can only get off when the tide go's out, rag tipped with mac is a great bait.
cheers mite just go for it thanks will wait and se whot the rain does
 

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from my experience steve. the big tides puts too much run in and out of the solway, and often washes a load of rubbish off the marsh.
your small to medium tides are best, and plenty of spots to fish just below p/carlisle, where the road runs paralell to the shore. lug and mackie tipped is ok best result for me --- creeper tipped mackie. later on when it gets colder -- mackie on its own , [ bluey will do instead of mackie] look out for a really big flounder or two:thumbs: more info maxi's ya man
thanks for that info mite give it go this week to get out till the the tides kick abit
 
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