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Fishing At Runswick Bay

Discussion in 'Sea Fishing Forum - Shore, Boat & Kayak Fishing' started by Baramundi Bob, Oct 20, 2014.

  1. Baramundi Bob

    Baramundi Bob Super Leeds United !!!

    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 think of Runswick Bay in terms of three separate fishing areas, each of which contains a large set of marks within.

    The area in front of the village and stretching along to the yacht club is largely beach fishing, but with Kelp not far away its no wonder this area fishes so well for winter cod.

    The second set of marks (Known locally as “Right Of Runswick”) runs from the yacht club almost upto Kettleness. The fishing here is over rougher ground, with some marks being a light mix of sand, scar and wrack weed whilst others are thick kelp and rock style venues.

    To the left of the village lies another set of marks which run from the rocks near the thatched cottage and right around the corner untill you come to Port Mulgrave. Again the fishing here is over much heavier ground with rocks and kelp in abundance....... Read More Here !!

    This Article - Sea Angling At Runswick Bay First Appeared On The Whitby Sea Anglers Website

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