South Coast

Slipways and beaches where you can launch your kayak in the south of England

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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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Launch A Kayak At Truro

Loe Beach, Feock, nr Truro Loe Beach, Feock, nr Truro (not to be confused with Loe Bar - NOT SUITABLE). Costs about £2 to park and another £1 to launch, but right out into Carrick Roads with a 20 m carry. Gets very busy in summer, but a great option for evening fishing (and normally [...]

By |May 2nd, 2009|South Coast|0 Comments
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Swanpool Beach Falmouth

Launch Your Kayak At Swanpool Beach, Falmouth. Large car park only costs £1.50 per day and is never full, even on a sunny summer weekend. Easy 50m carry to the water (Falmouth Bay and Stack (Pennance) Point)

By |May 2nd, 2009|South Coast|0 Comments

Shoreham Harbour (Sussex) Kayak Fishing

Shoreham is the premier Sussex port (the largest port between Dover and Portsmouth) serving a hinterland of over 400 thousand people including the major towns of Brighton, Hove and Worthing. The harbour can be paddled and fished in most conditions and tide states as the harbour itself is well protected from the open seas outside [...]