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North West Beach Open - Saturday 17th October

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Re: North West Beach Open - Saturday 17th October

Postby grumpyppops1 » 24 Sep 2015, 21:28

Kev wrote:Any chance of putting together a general form guide for the various areas within the match boundaries,to give the away day anglers a better idea of where to try ?

Here here kev
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Re: North West Beach Open - Saturday 17th October

Postby grumpyppops1 » 24 Sep 2015, 21:45

Ha ha got a wedding but its only a night job watch out grumpys about :blah: :banghead: :crazy:
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Re: North West Beach Open - Saturday 17th October

Postby thegentlegiant » 25 Sep 2015, 09:10

High Water.

North Wall, Heysham.
The north wall is probably the most easy to access venue in the Bay. You can literally park up and fish from the back of your car.
Fishing times - upto 3 hours either side of high water.
Summer species - Plaice, Bass, Flounder, Eels, Pounting, Dabs
Winter Species - Codling, Whiting, Dogfish, Conger

Directions - Follow along the promenade towards Heysham.



Stone Jetty, Morecambe Centre.
This is definately the most popular venue in Morecambe. Over the years it has produced some whoppers. Most people fish on the end but it is still effective along the sides. There is seating and also a small cafe open in the day which makes life that little bit easier.
Fishing times. - Usually 2 hours either side of high water but it can be fished at anytime.
Summer species - Plaice, Bass, Flounder, Eels, Pouting, Mackerel.
Winter Species - - Codling, Whiting, Dogfish, Flounder

Directions - The Stone Jetty is situated behind the Midland Hotel in the middle of Morecambe.



Town Hall Slip Way. Morecambe.
The Slip way has been a great venue over the last few years for big Plaice. Again an easy venue to get to and you fish about 30-40M from your car.
Fishing Times - 1 hour 30 mins either side of high tide
Summer species - Plaice, Flounder, Eels.
Winter species - Flounder, Whiting

Directions - Follow on the promenade from the town centre heading with the Sea on you left until you reach a roundabout and a Gala Bingo. There is a white race office on stilts on the promenade. The slip way in directly behind it.



Morecambe Golf Club. Towards Hest Bank from Morecambe.
Another easy to fish summer venue where there are bags of Flastfish and eels to be caught. Park up and fish on the other side on the Promenade.
Fishing Times - 1 hour 30 mins either size of high tide
Summer species - Plaice, Flunder, Dabs, Eels.
Winter Species - Flounder, Whiting

Directions - Follow along the promenade towards Hest Banks (Signposted Carnforth). As soon as the houses dissapear there is a golf club on the right. Fishing is oposite the golf club all along until VVV Gym.



Throbshaw Point, Heysham Village.
This is a picturesque venue which produces fish throughout the year. You fish from a rocky outcrop onto a relatively clean beach. with a strong tide run at times. The venue can only be fished on tides below 8.4M.
Fishing Times. 2 hours either Side of high water. (it is best to get there as early as possible and fish the tide up)
Summer Species - Bass, Plaice, Flounder, Dabs, Mackerel, Eels.
Winter Species - Codling, Whiting, Flounder, Dogfish.

Directions - Follow along the promenade towards Heysham. Turn off down into Heysham village (signposted). Follow the road down into the bottom of the village and park in the car park in the centre. On foot follow the road down the side of the Royal pub and turn left up the path next to St Peter's church. The path the take you onto Heysham Head. Follow along the point to the front right point of the Head and you will see the outcrop of rocks called Throbshaw point.


Power Station Outflows. Behind Heysham Power Station - BANNED, IF YOU FISH YOU WILL BE PROSECUTED


Sunderland Point. Lune Estuary.
This is a impressive fishing venue if you like to catch a lot of flatties and eels on light tackle. You can fish the Estuary at various distances but its most effective at 50 yards or closer. There are various matches held on this mark and on average it pulls out over 10 fish per angler.
Fishing times - 1 hour 30 mintues either side of high water.
Summer species - Flounder, Plaice Eels, Bass.
Winter Species - Flounder and Whiting

Directions - Follow the signs for Heysham Port until you reach a roundabout. Then Follow signs for Overton. Conitune through overton until you find the Globe Pub. Next to the pub there is a small road with a cattle grid. Drive other this and over the coastal road. At the end is sunderland point. Please not you cannot cross this road at high tide.



Grovenor Jetty
This is quite a new venue which allows you to get around 200 yards out into the before you cast. It is situated infront of where the Grovenor Hotel used to stand, which used to be a popular fishing venue. You can fish infront or into a small channel which runs alongside the Jetty.
Fishing times - 2 hours either side of high water.
Summer species - Bass, Plaice, Flounder, Dabs, Mackerel, Eels.
Winter Species - Codling, Whiting, Flounder, Dogfish.

Directions - Follow along the promenade from the town centre towards Heysham. About half way towards Heysham there is a Car sales garage called "Bay view cars". Turn right next to the garage and park. Walk onto the promenade and you will see the Jetty infront of you.



Low Water


West End beach

An ideal venue when targeting Plaice and Flounder. We love fishing on here. Its a simple 15 minute walk out from the promenade. It fishes best on the flood. Make sure you have plenty of bait. Only fish this venue on small to mid size tides. There is not enough water left on the bigger tides.
Fishing times - 3 hours either side of low water.
Summer species - Bass, Plaice, Flounder, Dabs,
Winter Species - Whiting, Flounder, Dabs, Dogfish
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Re: North West Beach Open - Saturday 17th October

Postby grumpyppops1 » 25 Sep 2015, 09:28

thegentlegiant wrote:High Water.

North Wall, Heysham.
The north wall is probably the most easy to access venue in the Bay. You can literally park up and fish from the back of your car.
Fishing times - upto 3 hours either side of high water.
Summer species - Plaice, Bass, Flounder, Eels, Pounting, Dabs
Winter Species - Codling, Whiting, Dogfish, Conger

Directions - Follow along the promenade towards Heysham.



Stone Jetty, Morecambe Centre.
This is definately the most popular venue in Morecambe. Over the years it has produced some whoppers. Most people fish on the end but it is still effective along the sides. There is seating and also a small cafe open in the day which makes life that little bit easier.
Fishing times. - Usually 2 hours either side of high water but it can be fished at anytime.
Summer species - Plaice, Bass, Flounder, Eels, Pouting, Mackerel.
Winter Species - - Codling, Whiting, Dogfish, Flounder

Directions - The Stone Jetty is situated behind the Midland Hotel in the middle of Morecambe.



Town Hall Slip Way. Morecambe.
The Slip way has been a great venue over the last few years for big Plaice. Again an easy venue to get to and you fish about 30-40M from your car.
Fishing Times - 1 hour 30 mins either side of high tide
Summer species - Plaice, Flounder, Eels.
Winter species - Flounder, Whiting

Directions - Follow on the promenade from the town centre heading with the Sea on you left until you reach a roundabout and a Gala Bingo. There is a white race office on stilts on the promenade. The slip way in directly behind it.



Morecambe Golf Club. Towards Hest Bank from Morecambe.
Another easy to fish summer venue where there are bags of Flastfish and eels to be caught. Park up and fish on the other side on the Promenade.
Fishing Times - 1 hour 30 mins either size of high tide
Summer species - Plaice, Flunder, Dabs, Eels.
Winter Species - Flounder, Whiting

Directions - Follow along the promenade towards Hest Banks (Signposted Carnforth). As soon as the houses dissapear there is a golf club on the right. Fishing is oposite the golf club all along until VVV Gym.



Throbshaw Point, Heysham Village.
This is a picturesque venue which produces fish throughout the year. You fish from a rocky outcrop onto a relatively clean beach. with a strong tide run at times. The venue can only be fished on tides below 8.4M.
Fishing Times. 2 hours either Side of high water. (it is best to get there as early as possible and fish the tide up)
Summer Species - Bass, Plaice, Flounder, Dabs, Mackerel, Eels.
Winter Species - Codling, Whiting, Flounder, Dogfish.

Directions - Follow along the promenade towards Heysham. Turn off down into Heysham village (signposted). Follow the road down into the bottom of the village and park in the car park in the centre. On foot follow the road down the side of the Royal pub and turn left up the path next to St Peter's church. The path the take you onto Heysham Head. Follow along the point to the front right point of the Head and you will see the outcrop of rocks called Throbshaw point.


Power Station Outflows. Behind Heysham Power Station - BANNED, IF YOU FISH YOU WILL BE PROSECUTED


Sunderland Point. Lune Estuary.
This is a impressive fishing venue if you like to catch a lot of flatties and eels on light tackle. You can fish the Estuary at various distances but its most effective at 50 yards or closer. There are various matches held on this mark and on average it pulls out over 10 fish per angler.
Fishing times - 1 hour 30 mintues either side of high water.
Summer species - Flounder, Plaice Eels, Bass.
Winter Species - Flounder and Whiting

Directions - Follow the signs for Heysham Port until you reach a roundabout. Then Follow signs for Overton. Conitune through overton until you find the Globe Pub. Next to the pub there is a small road with a cattle grid. Drive other this and over the coastal road. At the end is sunderland point. Please not you cannot cross this road at high tide.



Grovenor Jetty
This is quite a new venue which allows you to get around 200 yards out into the before you cast. It is situated infront of where the Grovenor Hotel used to stand, which used to be a popular fishing venue. You can fish infront or into a small channel which runs alongside the Jetty.
Fishing times - 2 hours either side of high water.
Summer species - Bass, Plaice, Flounder, Dabs, Mackerel, Eels.
Winter Species - Codling, Whiting, Flounder, Dogfish.

Directions - Follow along the promenade from the town centre towards Heysham. About half way towards Heysham there is a Car sales garage called "Bay view cars". Turn right next to the garage and park. Walk onto the promenade and you will see the Jetty infront of you.



Low Water


West End beach

An ideal venue when targeting Plaice and Flounder. We love fishing on here. Its a simple 15 minute walk out from the promenade. It fishes best on the flood. Make sure you have plenty of bait. Only fish this venue on small to mid size tides. There is not enough water left on the bigger tides.
Fishing times - 3 hours either side of low water.
Summer species - Bass, Plaice, Flounder, Dabs,
Winter Species - Whiting, Flounder, Dabs, Dogfish
great stuff Sam shure this will help kev
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Re: North West Beach Open - Saturday 17th October

Postby Kev » 25 Sep 2015, 17:08

Thanks,but i posted that info on July 31st :thumb:
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Re: North West Beach Open - Saturday 17th October

Postby Jammygit » 25 Sep 2015, 18:17

Got my ticket today :fishing:
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Re: North West Beach Open - Saturday 17th October

Postby thegentlegiant » 26 Sep 2015, 15:11

Kev wrote:Thanks,but i posted that info on July 31st :thumb:


then you have the main marks, there are more but to dangerous to tell people about and I will not be responsible for someone dying lol
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Re: North West Beach Open - Saturday 17th October

Postby thegentlegiant » 08 Oct 2015, 22:08

Only a week to go...as of right now anyone entering has really good chance of winning, had 8 book on today in shop, remember you can turn up on the day book on from 730am -930am, you will book on and then need to either wait in shop or pop back at 930am to collect your card then you your off to where you want to fish!
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Re: North West Beach Open - Saturday 17th October

Postby daz blackpool » 08 Oct 2015, 22:49

got mine other day looking forward to it for a laugh if nothing else just got to decide where to fish now then sort bait out
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Re: North West Beach Open - Saturday 17th October

Postby Jammygit » 11 Oct 2015, 10:53

Really looking forward to this now :D anyone undecided get your names down :cheer: it'll be a good day out and great craic and everyone's in with a chance :fishing:
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