Monday, 26 January 2015

Winter Plaice at White Horses, Pevensey Bay - 26th January 2015

Over the weekend there were reports of a number of flat fish being caught locally, including some sizeable plaice, flounders and dabs.

Pictured below is Richard Brooker with a cracking flounder he caught on Monday at White Horses, Pevensey Bay, East Sussex, UK.   This fish weighed 1lb 10oz and  after having it weighed and photographed at the Anglers Den, Richard returned it live back to the sea.



See the Anglers Den Sussex website for details of shore fishing marks, along the Sussex Coast, from below Eastbourne's Beachy Head, past Langney Point through Pevensey Bay to Cooden, near Bexhill-On-Sea.   Click here for Fishing Mark Information

The beach along this stretch varies dramatically from the shingle beaches towards the east at Cooden, with shallow flats exposed at low water, contrasting with the cliffs at Beachy Head and the rock Marks towards the west.

Fishing Mark information advises what seasonal fish species to target, and of fishing tactics, tackle and bait.

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