Wednesday, 21 February 2007

Swanage, Stone Jetty to The Mowlem Theatre

The Promenade towards The Mowlem Theatre,nearly low tide.

This section is not fished much during the day as there is the problem of pedestrians using the prom. If you fish here please look out for other users of the prom when casting. The angling club has evening competitions along this section from time to time with flounders, rockling, pouting, blennies and wrasse being the target species. Near The Mowlem there is the outfall of a small river, flounders and eels favour such places as food is washed down by the fresh water.
At high tide small fish can be caught very close to the wall, use small hooks ( 4 or 6 ) and small pieces of ragworm or fish strip legered near to the weed patches
Bait and tackle can be bought close by at The Swanage Angling Centre.

good level access with toilet on the quayside

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