South East


Places to launch a kayak in the south east 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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Kayak Fishing In Kent – Seasalter Whitstable Kent

Kent Kayak Fishing - Seasalter Whitstable Kent Park alongside the sea wall, steps over at intervals, best with help.Without help, park near the yacht club and use the ramp over the seawall. Toilets and shop, pub too. Free parking. Launching possible 3 hours before high, as tide goes out a long way. Shallow and safe [...]

By |May 2nd, 2009|Featured Launch Sites, South East|0 Comments
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Hampton Jetty beach Herne Bay Kent

Hampton Jetty beach Herne Bay Kent Located at the far left of Herne Bay seafront as you look out to sea. Good car park, free, and good toilet facilities. Herne Bay to your right, and Whitstable to your left. Choppy with an on-shore wind, nice and calm with off-shore winds. Good Bass fishing, and Codling [...]

By |May 2nd, 2009|South East|1 Comment
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Kent Kayak Fishing – Princes Parade Hythe

Kent Kayak Fishing - Princes Parade Hythe Princes Parade Hythe Kent is a long, promenade from Hythe to Sandgate. Parking is easy and free all along the seafront. Many easy launching places all along the parade. Safe tides, no rips, as it's in a large bay. Thanks go to Mike from Kent for assisting with [...]

By |April 12th, 2009|Featured Launch Sites, South East|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 [...]