BOTH WALLS CLOSE AT 11AM ON TUESDAY 19th.(open 6am)
SHOP will open at 7am on Tuesday 19th and close at 11am
While the heat is knocking the daytime heat on its butt the night and very low light times are fishing quite well. bream are on the increase quite nicely now aas well as a few wrasse in with the shoals. Not so many mackerel but they are showing almost as it gets dark/light as well as horse mac mixed in with them. Fewer hounds now but the crab activity is still there.
Some anglers have raised about unusual activity of anglers catching on the walls and nipping to their cars with fish, te suspicion is that maybe someone is keeping fish they shouldn’t be but perhaps they simply feel the fish will keep better in their cars!(im not sure thats a great idea in this heat tbh). Anyhoo it has been taken on board and some steps have been put in place to monitor this sort of activity.
The “LISA” group of anglers have a meet on the extension tonight starting at 6pm , if you wish to know more about them there is a page link on this website, alternatively pop down this evening and have a chat, they are a friendly bunch and I understand there are a few spaces left if u wish to join in. Its always a friendly comp and funds are raised for the RNLI locally.
Anglers wishing to book the extension for a private session/meet etc may do so providing they have a group of 10 anglers. The organiser will be provided with the gate key allowing a lock in, over the last few years its been nicknamed “Cagefishing”, there is no cage but the gates gave it that appearance. Basic set up is , the organiser collects the key from shop or warden, and meet starts at pre arranged time, normal rod fees apply with no extra charge to pay. At end of agreed time, organiser (who is responsible for all there’s behaviour) will return key to shop or duty warden which ever has been arranged ensuring that the extension is left clean and ready for use.
Booking via the shop and David Grinham
Finally today there is, as many may have been made aware by the news in the last couple of days constant
HEAT WARNINGS being broadcast.
As a duty of care not only to staff but anglers as well dave has take the decision to