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Thanks mate, shingle street is fantastic if you catch it about an hour before high water and it kicks off on the ebb. Its never what you would call busy but there are new rods appearing. Fishes best at night time and again always on the ebb.
Preferred bait is rag. When the tide is on the turn the water gets too fast to keep anything out but I still manage a good 6 hours. Thanks for the welcome found the site by chance yesterday whilst checking tide times.
 

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Thanks mate, shingle street is fantastic if you catch it about an hour before high water and it kicks off on the ebb. Its never what you would call busy but there are new rods appearing. Fishes best at night time and again always on the ebb.
Preferred bait is rag. When the tide is on the turn the water gets too fast to keep anything out but I still manage a good 6 hours. Thanks for the welcome found the site by chance yesterday whilst checking tide times.
welcome to WSF mate.

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I usually just drive up to where there is a bit of parking and walk straight across the shingle till you hit water. If you actually drive over the hump bridge and follow the road for a few hundred yards till you can go no further there is an old wartime road under the sea and makes it hazzardous for snagging up so try to avoid that bit but further down towards the tower is good or if your feeling energetic walk right along the other way.
 

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well done mate, welcome to the site.
 
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