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Kayak Fishing Launch Site At Marske

Kayak Fishing Launch Site At Marske - Most of the sea bed along here consists of clean sand and shingle with some big sandbanks and pools that shift............

By |February 18th, 2013|North East|0 Comments
  • Kayak Fishing And Boat Fishing Launch site At Redcar - Marske

Kayak Fishing Launch Site At Redcar

This launch site allows very easy access to some very good ground, The slip way is located at the end of the coast road if coming from Marske (link to google map here:)

By |February 18th, 2013|Featured, North East|0 Comments
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North Landing Flamborough Kayak Fishing

When you get to the village of Flamborough follow the signs to North Landing and proceed to the car park at the end of the road. The charge here is £1.50 all day during the summer months but free in the winter. It is quite a steep track down to the beach, especially at the [...]

By |December 10th, 2012|North East|0 Comments
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Runswick Bay Kayak Fishing (Yorkshire)

Runswick Bay is known to hold an abundance of kayak fishing opportunities for anyone willing to put in the time to learn the area. A good mixture of kelp and sand is to be found close at hand. The areas to the South of the village over towards Kettleness and to the north up towards [...]

By |May 23rd, 2011|Featured, North East|3 Comments
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Kayak Fishing At Sandsend Car Park (Yorkshire)

This large slipway can be found at the north end of the village at the bottom of Lythe Bank. There is an hourly parking charge through summer, there are also council toilets, and a very nice local cafe for anyone wanting refreshments. Again this area is under exploited by kayak anglers. Fishing near the cliffs [...]

By |May 23rd, 2011|Featured, North East|0 Comments
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Kayak Fishing At Skinnigrove

A launch at Skinnigrove gives access to the fantastic fishing grounds around Boulby and Hummersea to the South and the softer grounds of Saltburn area to the north. Expect to find cod in the rough grounds. The angler willing to experiment and spend some time using plugs and spinners should be pleasantly surprised with a [...]

By |April 10th, 2011|North East|3 Comments
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Scarborough South Bay Kayak Launch

Scarborough South Bay/Holbeck By Iain Sellors Launching your kayak from this area gives you the option of heading North to fish around the Marine Drive area, South to fish into Cornelian Bay or further Grisphorpe, or you can stay around the bay itself and fish for flatfish, mackeral, small pollock and bass given the right [...]

By |July 11th, 2010|North East|3 Comments
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South Landing Flamborough

The slipway at South Landing gives access to the whole of Bridlington Bay. Access is again using the CTug as parking is prohibited around the slipway which is the run in area for the Flamborough head lifeboat. The decent is quite steep and should only be undertaken by those fit enough to deal with the [...]

By |June 13th, 2010|North East|1 Comment
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Boggle Hole Yorkshire

Access to the beach at boggle hole should be fairly easy via the track near the Youth Hostel. However you should not take your car any further than the car park roughly half to 3/4 of a mile from the beach as it is all but impossible to turn around on the track and with [...]

By |June 11th, 2010|North East|1 Comment
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Kayak Fishing At Hastings

The pier takes 5 minutes steady paddling,and is good for bass, the best one last year being 10lb 12 oz, also mullett, to the west of the pier its good for garfish and off to the nose of the pier its good for flounders and plaice. In the picture of the harbour wall you`ll see [...]

By |April 7th, 2010|South Coast, South East|1 Comment
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Kayak Fishing At Hartlepool – Twin Steps

Follow the signs for the headland ,and look for marine drive ,it has a concrete ramp for access,and you can launch on most tides from high water or low. Parking is on the roadside right next to the public slipway, the friaridge tackle shop is close by. You can see where the scars are by [...]

By |March 19th, 2010|North East|3 Comments

Low Newton – Northumberland Kayak Fishing

Low Newton A great sheltered winter venue for the shore angler, even better as a launch site for kayakers in the summer. Park in the carpark at the top of the hill and trolley down to the beach.... You can see Dunstonburgh Castle in the distance in the picture above. this is the best bet [...]

By |February 28th, 2010|Eire, North East|0 Comments