The bank is about a mile and a half to the lighthouse at the end. There is a ferry from Keyhaven during the summer months, if you really must go out to the end, this is the way to go. Walking along the top is fairly easy going, the top is levelled and compacted and the shingle is angular and binds together unlike the rounded shingle at Chesil. Tide runs here are fierce, fishing is easiest on the ebb during neap tides. Weed in the water can be a real problem at times. Casting short will help by reducing the amount of line in the water for the weed to get on. There is little difference between one spot and another.... nearest to the car is probably best ! A large number of species can be caught here during the summer float fishing will get gar, mackerel scad, and if you get the depth right, black bream.
There are no facilities on the bank. Nearest shops are back in Milford on Sea. There is a tackle shop in New Milton. There used to be a shop in Milford on Sea but present situation unknown.
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