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Mersey this week end

Postby Ian Conway » 15 Jan 2021, 09:22

Hi all

I know there are lots of mind's about fishing Mersey this weekend , but I'm limited to when I can get out at the moment

Any tips or advice would be greatly appreciated

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Re: Mersey this week end

Postby rob f » 15 Jan 2021, 12:08

Depending on which side of the river your thinking of :fishing: . Fishing the Wirral side is best on a bigger tide ,So try town hall steps or Vale park or anywhere along that stretch . Fishing the Liverpool side is better on a smaller tide , Otterspool prom Jag house or Mariners are good venues :thumb:
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Re: Mersey this week end

Postby rugbydanny99 » 15 Jan 2021, 12:55

defo the wirral side mate too big of a tide for liverpool side, unless u are weed proof and have 60oz leads :bleh:

the seacombe end of the prom is producing a lot of cod lately u will still need a 7oz lead but it’s manageable

if u want the easy life and a few whiting dabs etc try right in front of the town hall steps, the groynes keep tidal pull to a minimum

ill be out there myself at some stage if you wanna let us know what tide your thinking of doing
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