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Hayling Fishing Guide
Surrounded, as it is, by the sea Hayling offers a wide variety of sea angling possibilities and most species of fish can be contacted at some point in the year. From fly-fishing for bass and light tackle fishing for mullet in the summer to heavy beach gear for cod in the winter most tastes are catered for.
Fishing Areas Map
Click on the map numbers to find out more about Hayling Island's fishing areas.
Charter boatsA thriving charter fleet operates mainly from the Hayling ferry jetty at the entrance to Langstone harbour. The members of the Langstone Harbour Licensed Boatman’s Association are listed below.
The sheltered waters of the Solent and the even more sheltered water of the harbours make this area ideal for the small boat angler. You should note however that the harbours are bass nursery areas and the landing of bass and the use of sandeel livebaits is prohibited from a boat between 1st April and 30th Nov. You can still catch them but they must be returned. This does not apply to bass fishing from the shore. The details of the bass nursery areas are available here bass
Is available from the slipway adjacent to the Ferry Boat Inn with a good concrete slip which is useable at all states of the tide you should note however that the tide can be very fierce here, particularly on the ebb. Currently a fee of £9.50 is payable for launching, payable at the harbour board office above the slip. Details about Langstone and Chichester harbours are available here: Langstone and here: Chichester
There is one lake on the island, Sinah Lake, and this is only fishable by Portsmouth and District A.S. members and members of the Hants and Sussex Anglers Alliance.
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