Before reading this article I would like to point out that some people may find it quite upsetting. The article contains information about Sea Anglers who have been injured or even lost their lives on our coastline. Please think it through thoroughly before going any further. I hope this article can act as a reminder [...]
Runswick Bay is perhaps the most talked about sea angling venue on the Yorkshire coast. Nine miles north of Whitby lies the beautifully scenic village of Runswick. The surrounding bay is home to some of the very best fishing anywhere in the region. Having fished the area for many years now I have come to [...]
The Mark Inside The Mark – Robin Hoods Bay Sewer Hole (The Inside Story). My fascination with Robin Hoods Bay dates back many years now and it’s no secret that a large percentage of my fishing has been done there over the years. From the shallows scars of the stepping stones to the deep water [...]
Fishing At Robin Hoods Bay One Of The Uk's Most Scenic Fishing Marks. Robin Hoods Bay has to be one of the most scenic areas for sea fishing in the whole of the UK. From North to South Cheek the bay is 3 mile across and home to some of the very best sea fishing [...]
Here is the first of our series of articles entitled "The Mark Within The Mark". These articles will be published first on our Facebook Page. Viewers of our Facebook page will then get exclusive access to the articles for the first few weeks after they are published, at which point they will be moved to [...]
A Very Tough Climb In my opinion Goldsborough is one of the toughest marks to access in the Whitby area. Although the cliff is nowhere near as steep as it is at some marks, the trek out of Goldsborough and up through the trees is very tough in the middle of winter, especially after heavy [...]
The fishing marks at Port Mulgrave can be found by leaving the A174 coast road at Hinderwell and following the signs for Port Mulgrave. There is only one road into Port Mulgrave. Parking is at the very end of this road and parking spaces are limited.
The cliffs at Sandsend are a very popular mark for the Yorkshire coast sea anglers. Found just to the north side of Sandsend and easily accessible via steps from the car park the cliffs offer a multitude of fishing platforms suitable to every state of tide. The ever popular bernies ledge, covered in winter [...]
Sea Anglers Heaven The Mull Of Galloway is indeed a very special place. A mixture of deep and shallow waters, kelp, wrack weed, sand, rocks and extreme tide flow makes this the sea anglers version of heaven. This article was inspired by our first ever visit to the mull in late August 2011. My friends [...]
Isle Of Skye Sea Fishing. As you head through the Glencoe mountain range and descend onto the Isle Of Skye at The Inner Hebrides, you know you have come to somewhere very special indeed.
New Marine Conservation Zones Welcomed 27 chosen are just a first step towards a network of conservation sites in English seas, says MCS The Marine Conservation Society (MCS) welcomes today’s announcement by Government of 27 Marine Conservation Zones as a significant milestone for marine conservation in English seas. But the charity recognises that commitment to [...]
Hawsker The Home Of Match Winning Cod Anyone who knows the Yorkshire Sea Angling scene will of heard of Hawsker. The stories of big match winning cod are often told in the local tackle shops. Hawsker itself is just a small village roughly 2 miles to the south side of Whitby. The fishing marks lie [...]