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Been given the ok to fish this thursday evening ( rare thing these days) .will only be third trip this year. Having checked the site it seems things are a bit slow at the moment. Mate has sugested a change of tactics and wants to have a go with lures and spinners. We would really appreciate some guidance on where to try at the moment. We would go anywhere from sheerness to dungeness. Thanks in advance for any help
 

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id go to dungie:spiteful: was there today and saw fry jumping:fish: by the boats been a few bass caught:fishing: last few weeks from the area by the boats:boat: you should give it a go mate:bb:captin secret:sun:
 

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Any of the rock groynes at Hythe or Sandgate, over low water,spin either Dexter wedges, Bass Bandits or Rapala J13's(blue mackeral type),surface poppers or good old Delta Wagtails,with a 40g leadhead, only fish the groynes if the water is clear though, coloured water not good!,take care on the groynes, that green weed is extremely slippery,wear good fell type boots,cheers,mick
 

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THANKS FOR INFO GUYS. WAS THINKING OF THAT REGION . WILL GIVE IT A GO AND HOPEFULLY HAVE SOMETHING TO REPORT BACK ABOUT. WILL JUST BE NICE TO GET A ROD OUT AGAIN :clap:
 

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thanks yakker. thats freeky . just been talking to mate about fishing closer to home and trying seasalter. we work in faversham so its only a short trip down the road . a bit of fun with schoolies sounds good .
 
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