BRIGHTON MARINA FISHING .. Shop opens 8am customers are asked to respect residents in the square and wait quietly OUTSIDE of marina square until 8am

BRIGHTON MARINA FISHING .. Shop opens 8am customers are asked to respect residents in the square and wait quietly OUTSIDE of marina square until 8am

Its friday!

Good morning campers 🙂 how the devil are we all?
So a brief round up of what’s happening.
Craig Gosling and a colleague Lewis Hide have given spare time over to do a large and very needed repair for us all on the west extension that is a step closer to us being able to safely open the extension for closed night sessions as in previous years.
We have 2 night sessions this weekend (tonight and Saturday) and normal closing at 6pm Sunday.
I have spoken to dave about moving the general close time later but he feels that there is a lack of use to warrant later opening just yet but, as the weather gets warmer that will be changed.
We have had a couple of days with early flurries of mackerel and a shoal reported by boat users early Thursday morning. Squid still continue to be caught on both walls although they seem resistant to being caught it seems 40 mins either side of the high which is a bit unusual as it is normally a peak time for them. Plaice sizes are improving and Just off the wall Robin Howard had his first lure caught bream, yes they seem a little late this year. Elsewhere dogfish seem fairly consistent still and everyone seems to be into rays locally though few are being had on the wall, perhaps this will increase with the mackerel here & there.


Weather looking constant this weekend and following week so expected dry, mixed sun & overcast so average temps prob under this time of year in the 12-15 range rather than 15-20. Days of coat goes on, coat comes off, coat goes on, coat goes off type of thing.
Over all looking dry all of next week although the early guess that Xcweather has is showing some shower indications come Friday but my guess is that it may just be an air pressure change as the light breezes seem to be swapping daily from NE to Sw so a little odd and no constant temp climb as we hit May.
Busy roads expected being as we have a bank holiday weekend on top of us so to the drivers out there stay alert & drive safe folks .. thats it until next time so I bid you all adieu
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