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Fishing At Flamborough, The Northern Extreme Of The Holderness Coast

Fishing At Flamborough, The Northern Extreme Of The Holderness Coast

Well this post is not going to tell you how to fish the Flamborough mark …..I’m still working that out for myself …but isn’t that the fun of it…working out what where and when ? I have started to really enjoy fishing the Flambro’ marks….the last two years I have driven countless miles up to […]

Spurn Point To Hornsea Fishing Marks.

Spurn Point To Hornsea Fishing Marks.

The map below has the marks  shown, zoom in and click on the fishing symbol. I have shown where the parking is for most. Zoom in further for the Google street view of the access. Sea Fishing At Spurn Road If we start at the south end there is Spurn…..many many different spots to fish […]

Hornsea North beach to Bridlington marks.

Hornsea North beach to Bridlington marks.

So we’ve covered the River Humber to Spurn and then Spurn to Hornsea, so next up is the area from above Hornsea to Flamborough Head which I feel is the absoloute limit of the Holderness area before we start the North yorkshire rock fishing marks.. ATWICK GAP. So first up is Atwick Gap, also known […]

Humber Fishing Marks Pictures

Humber Fishing Marks Pictures

Fishing Marks On The River Humber, An Illustrative Guide By Dave Jacketts 1. Hessle foreshore. This mark is probably the furthest upstream that most would consider,I know a few lads fish North Ferriby but I ll start here. The mark has very easy access found by coming off the A63 for the Humber Bridge then […]

Humber Fishing Marks

Humber Fishing Marks

Makro A Great Mark On The River Humber Makro is a popular stretch for anglers on the River Humber. Its basically just off the A63 before you get to Hull. Turn off the A63 at Saint Andrews Quay (you will see the McDonalds, Comet B&Q ets). once on St Andrews Qua, double back on yourself […]

Holderness Coast Fishing Marks

Holderness Coast Fishing Marks

Fishing Marks On The Holderness Coast. Fishing Marks Around Bridlington Shore angling at Bridlington is perhaps not the best to be found on the Holderness coast. The best marks are the piers where anglers can target : Mackerel, flounders, coalfish and the occasional bass through the summer. Cod and Whiting make up the majority of […]