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Inn on the beach to the Coastguard Station Fishing - 5
This is a fairly featureless section of shingle beach that leads onto a sandy bottom at around the low water mark. There are however some shallow channels running along the beach which means that it pays to vary your casting range to find out where the fish are feeding. Spring sees flounder and plaice along this stretch during the day with the addition of bass especially at night and after a blow. Summer adds mackerel, garfish and bream with distance casting only rarely necessary. The two most interesting features are both at the Eastern end of this section ,the first being the rainwater outflow pipe which can fish well especially after a downpour and the second is where the groynes first start, which often fishes well when the prevailing SW wind is blowing.
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