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#11 Newt

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Posted 18 May 2007 - 08:22 PM

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Posted 17 April 2008 - 10:18 PM

I know I'm a bit late in the game for this post, but for the benefit of anyone else reading this with the same question - i'm building up an overview of shore fishing marks at the moment and have just completed most of the plymouth ones.

you can have a read under shore fishing guides - the handiest one is the plymouth overview, and you can take it from there if you're still interested :)

They're at southwestseafishing.co.uk

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Posted 11 January 2010 - 06:45 AM

first i would like to thank you all for the positive advice on the various questions that i have asked on here, i know some of them have been basic to some of you, but to me who has been out of it for so long they have been a huge help :thumbs:

So my next question is what are the best shore marks around Plymouth and what can i expect to catch from these marks and also the best baits.

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Hey Jack, just checking what was going on elsewhere on tinterweb and I came across this post of yours! lol

I'm guessing you already know this, or may have seen this page, but incase you haven't here's a page on SWSF that has a shed load of marks plotted (with guides) for not only Plymouth but for south devon.

just click on any of the the little yellow diamonds on the map in the rough area you want to fish and itll take you to the guides.

tight lines buddy!