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December 2021 Shore Catch News Eastbourne Pevensey

December 2021 Shore Catch News Eastbourne Pevensey 

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31st December 2021 

Jack Wiltshire is pictured below with the 18lb 5oz conger eel, his biggest shore fish caught ever, that won him the final Anderida Beach Fishing Club Competition of 2021 held in Pevensey Bay last night. Well done Jack! The match fished by 22 anglers also saw whiting, dab, pout and dogfish caught. Anderida Beach Fishing Club is a friendly club coordinated from Anglers Den OPEN TO NEW MEMBERS, that holds fortnightly beach fishing competitions, held on a weekday evening in Pevensey Bay. More details CLICK HERE

Update 23rd December 2021
Although the fishing has been a little slow lately some big whiting are been caught at night. A few dogfish are still around along with some nice dabs and flounder!
The strong wind forecast next week should see the fishing pick up with plenty of fish during the day :)
19th December 2021
Matthew Burton is pictured with a catch of coalfish from Beachy Head ,Eastbourne this weekend.
Coalfish (aka coley or 'black pollock'), has not traditionally been a regular catch from local beaches, although a number have been seen now this year . Coalfish look remarkably like pollock, but it's the light coloured lateral line that identifies the coalfish.
Thanks Ed Holyoake for sending.
More generally this December- Update 9th Dec - dogfish are being caught in numbers after windy conditions. Also more dabs than usual which is good to see.
Plenty of whiting are showing from local beaches, with some nice sized fish amongst them.
We are still seeing the occaisional conger eel (like the 7lb 1oz conger caught by Les Glazzard last week that helped to win him the Anderida Beach Fishing Club competition), as well as bass!!
5th December 2021
Well done Dan Jameson pictured with a 10lb 2oz bass caught from Eastbourne Pier, and returned safely to the sea alive.
Thanks Dan for sending.
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