Fishing Forecast





Fishing forecast for Dungeness and district for week commencing  25th April 2016
The weather forecast is very mixed for the week...sea temperatures are a bit down (10.4c) depending on the wind direction. With the clear waters in the west bay, we should see more plaice about...there are plenty in the bay. More bass are starting to show...but remember they have to be returned unharmed ( until the 1st of July). Tides this week are cutting but still a reasonable size.

Pirate springs and Littlestone
Should find plenty of mixed species about on a rising tide just watch out for the 'dredger'.

Tailor Road
First part of the week should be best...just depends on the wind direction.

Back of the boats
With such a variable forecast you might have to wait till the end of the week to get the wind on your back...plenty of flatties about.

Dungeness
With the dropping tides the point will come back into play...will we see a codling? The 'wooden walkway' and 'lookout tower' should fish well close in for flatties...if we need to we can get behind the power stations to 'dodge' the wind. 

Dengemarsh & Galloways
This should be a better week for plaice & flounders with the clear water following the north easterly winds, sea temperatures are fluctuating with the weather, but should settle down with the short tides exposing less beach. Galloways could produce more rays.

Jurys Gap
Not great tides but we could see some rays about along with small bass.

Boat fishing
Tides are not great to beach launch but the charter boats should get more plaice in the west bay, thornbacks and we hope more blonde rays. The wrecks will produce more pollack...easier to 'drift' on the smaller tides, no sign of the cod yet...but give it time, 'may water' is coming by the smell of it, let's hope it's not too bad. Baits nothing surprising, herring & bluey for the rays and 'good old' lugworm and rag for the plaice.

Tony Hills
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Dungeness and district for week commencing  18th April 2016
Sea temperatures continue to rise (10.8c today) these warm seas continue to surprise with a real mixture of species being reported. The tides are rising this week with a small set of springs, peaking at the weekend, weather continues unsettled.

Pirate springs and Littlestone
Nice tides for these venues...just keep a lookout for the 'dredger' over high water.

Tailor Road
As usual if the wind goes south westerly ideal for three hours...small bass about.

Back of the boats
Has been producing a mixture of species with flatties top of the list...nice tides this week, surprised not more codling being reported.

Dungeness
Been good on the smaller tides...but with so few anglers fishing it's hard to get a 'bead' on how good it is, but we have had plenty of fish, with the growing tides behind the power stations should be my favourite.

Dengemarsh & Galloways 
These have been the popular venues last week with plenty of plaice and flounder...very unusual I had a black bream reported from Dengemarsh last Thursday...the bigger tides should suit these venues...don't forget a bit of fish bait for those thornbacks.

Jurys Gap
Better tides for this venue try fishing the rising tide for a bass or flattie.

Boat fishing
The wrecks have a bit slow but the ray fishing has been superb with more blondes being caught, plenty of plaice in the west bay. If you can get afloat it's worth taking a range of baits to give yourself a chance of a specimen.

Tony Hills
Seagull Fishing Tackle





Fishing forecast for Dungeness and district for week commencing  11th April 2016
What a 'roller coaster' of weather...but the fishing continues to be very special...how long who knows, but it has been superb. Weather forecast for the week is very variable, but Wednesday is south westerly light winds, but warm...ideal for our 'Veterans' match. Sea temperatures continue to rise...9.7 degrees today! So let's hope for more plaice!

Pirate springs and Littlestone 
Big tides for the first part of the week, decent up till Wednesday then cutting till Saturday, but fishing should be good for flatties and small bass.

Tailor Road
Should also produce flatties and small bass over high water.

Back of the boats
Plenty of flounders about, more small bass...but it will depend on the direction & strength of the wind if we see more plaice as the tide size drops.

Dungeness 
Gets easier to hold bottom as the tide cuts, heard of a few codling about...but behind the power stations flatties are the target...plenty of flounders and (we hope) plaice!

Dengemarsh & Galloways 
These venues, It depends on the weather (wind direction) smaller tides can fish well for thornback rays when calm.

Jurys Gap
I had a drive down there last week...it looks great, but better on the bigger tides.

Boat fishing
The last few weeks have been great with so many thornbacks about, with the added best run of blonde rays I can remember. Wrecks a bit slow to get going but the weather has not helped, but further out plenty of summer species...it just depends on how kind the weather is. Baits, for the rays, bluey's and herring or mackerel strip for most species.

Tony Hills
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Fishing forecast for Dungeness and District for week commencing  4th April 2016
Following on from last week the sea continues to heat up today 9.5 degrees. With mostly calm weather forecasted and monster tides (the biggest of the year) 8.3m on Sunday. We have had superb beach fishing, the best for the time of year I can remember, so many flatfish!

Pirate springs and Littlestone 
For the first part of the week with southerly winds these venues should produce, night time times are favourite, but as the week goes on with the growing tides daytime high waters should work.

Tailor road
The same goes as above...but already we have bass moving back in.

Back of the boats 
I always warn people against trying to fish the 'point' on spring tides...very hard to hold bottom but behind the lower boats especially in a southerly or south westerly wind it can be the only option.

Dungeness 
As I suggested avoid the 'point' on these big springs but as you come down the west bay behind your power stations the current will ease...should be plenty of fish!

Dengemarsh & Galloways 
Dengemarsh has been fishing its 'socks off' this should continue with the building tides ideal for Galloways.

Jurys Gap
Sea defences finished...at last! These tides should be ideal for this venue with the early bass showing.

Boat fishing
As usual getting afloat has been the problem with bad weather coinciding with the weekends...these big tides can be a problem...wrecking can be to quick a drift...bottom fishing can be struggle to hold bottom!...The good news is that there are plenty of fish...that 30lb blond ray caught on 'Elizabeth Jane' was superb, so if we get the right weather just think 'outside the box' when it comes to choosing your target...good news no 'may water'...yet!

Tony Hills
Seagull Fishing Tackle




Fishing forecast for Dungeness and district for week commencing  28th March 2016
The weeks kicking off with a mighty blow 'Katie' due early hours Monday, with the change in the wind direction...it should 'colour' up the water for a couple of days...not ideal for plaice but could 'herald' a return of the codling! With so many fish about you never know...but with the sea so warm (8.2c), tides falling wind calming down we could be back on the plaice by Friday.

Pirate springs and Littlestone 
First part of the week with a bit of colour in the water could produce a few codling.

Tailor Road 
Starting the week with a strong south westerly airflow...ideal for three up one down.

Back of the boats
I don't know what the wind will do to the beach, but with the wind being south westerly for the first part of the week could be 'spot on' for a few codling and the odd bass. As the tide cuts later in the week could produce better conditions to fish the 'point'.

Dungeness
Very tough conditions for the first part of the week but as the winds drop (as forecasted) north west swinging north east should be very good for the 'lookout tower' and down behind the power stations. Anything could turn up, fresh bait will be in very short supply...but frozen bait works.

Dengemarsh & Galloways
After Mondays storm with the wind dropping and veering we should see plenty of at these venues, the short tides will favour Dengemarsh.

Jurys Gap
Still clearing up as they finish the sea defences...three months late!

Boat fishing
What can I say...getting afloat will be a challenge this week, but inshore we are hoping for a return of the cod, with more rays this would be my choice...the wrecks are still 'iffy' with poor water clarity...and a hint of 'may water'. Baits for 'Kerton Road' area try 'bluey', herring and squid.

Tony Hills
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Fishing forecast for Dungeness and district for week commencing 21 March 2016
Enjoy the calm weather...all change by Thursday, variable south westerly winds moving in for the weekend with a small set of spring tides. Plenty of plaice in the west bay with clear water and that 'niggardly' north east wind on your back. So far we have had a good flattie season but we will wait and see what will happen with a change in the weather...this could be good for the spring codling and thornback rays...bait could be difficult...but remember frozen bait works! Sea temperatures continue to be very warm for this time of year (7.4 degrees), and it will be warmer next week?

Pirate springs and Littlestone
Plenty of fish about over high water...lots of different species including a few thornback rays...sand eel is a good bait. 

Tailor Road
Could be worth a visit over the bank holiday weekend with the current forecast.

Back of the boats
With the change in the weather at the weekend, could be good...loads of dogfish, by the weekend if it roughs up we could see a few codling.

Dungeness
From the 'point' going down the west bay has been fishing very well, plenty of different species...flatties being target, but could be tough going by the weekend if the weather forecast comes good! 

Dengemarsh & Galloways
Plenty of plaice being reported at Dengemarsh and thornbacks at Galloways, things should improve with the building tides until the weather breaks!

Jurys Gap 
Hopefully open for Easter...should fish well on a rising tide for flatties and a early bass (remember the bass ban, no fish to be taken till the end of June).

Boat fishing 
It has been tough with with the weather (no change there) boats that have had a go on the wrecks have found smallish pollock and not much else. Inshore rays still dominate with plenty of thornback and the occasional blond ray. Not easy, try a smaller hook with fish baits to give yourself a chance.

Tony Hills
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Fishing forecast for Dungeness and district for week commencing  14th March 2016
Ideal conditions this week for plaice...we have rising sea temperatures (7.7c) and a week of north easterly winds...not good for the east bay...but perfect for the west bay from the power stations down to Dengemarsh & Galloways . This weather has come at the right time for the plaice...clearing water (wind over tide)...the only down side, not easy to get lugworm with the cutting tides.

Pirate springs and Littlestone
A bit breezy on this side of the bay...plenty of fish being reported...but will be a bit chilly.

Tailor Road
The wind right in your face...small tides towards the end of the week...not good.

Back of the boats
As the bay curves round we will get the full force of the wind on this beach...a bit of colour in the water and some surf, should see more dogfish and a few codling.

Dungeness
Easier tides to fish the 'point' but with this wind direction it will feel a bit raw, down behind the power stations under the bund will feel like summer in comparison, should fish well all the way to the 'diamond'. Plenty of flatfish (dabs, flounder and plaice) and we should see more rays coming to fish baits.

Dengemarsh & Galloways
Tides favour Dengemarsh and this should be the 'hot spot' with this wind direction for plaice...the right weather at the right time.

Jurys Gap
Still problems with the sea defence work...so access is still an issue.                                                          
Boat fishing 
Not ideal wind direction...OK in the west bay in the lee of the wind, codling being reported on the edge of the 'deep' off Dungeness...and we could see more rays to fish baits...if we can get afloat?

Tony Hills
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Fishing forecast for Dungeness and district for week commencing  7th March 2016 
Biggest tides of the year so far this week building to 8.3m on Saturday so watch the weather, forecast wind north west backing westerly towards the weekend. Plenty of fish about, more plaice being reported and thornback are moving in big numbers. Bait should be easier with the big tides, sea temperatures are holding around 7.5 degrees...very warm for the time of year.

Pirate springs and Littlestone
Nice big tides for these venues...watch out for the shingle being 'rain bowed' down at Littlestone.

Tailor Road 
Big tides next weekend with a westerly wind, ideal for three hours.

Back of the boats
A good venue for a big tide pushed on by a strong westerly wind.

Dungeness 
Tough tides for the point except at low water, easier behind the power stations down to the 'diamond'...should see more plaice and rays.

Dengemarsh & Galloways
Top venues for rays and plaice...and with the 'monster' tides this week will be the place to be...let's hope the weather is kind.

Jurys Gap
Could be interesting...if we can get access. 

Boat fishing
More fishing showing on the wrecks plenty of Pollack the odd bass, rays on 'open' ground it could be a very good week...the tide times are easy...just depends on the wind...fingers crossed.

Tony Hills 
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Fishing forecast for Dungeness and district for week commencing  29th February 2016 
Short tides this week and a bit of a 'blow' on Wednesday...but it could all change, the all critical wind direction is mostly off shore, this could be good news for the flatties, with clearing water we should see more plaice. Bait could be tricky, fresh lugworms could be in short supply...but the fishing has been mixed, very good for February.

Pirate springs and Littlestone 
Lots of small fish about...but far better after dark.

Tailor Road 
For a short trip after dark...two up one down...before you get too cold!

Back of the boats
Wednesday strong winds from the north...ideal for this venue...the home of giant dogfish!

Dungeness
Ideal with light winds short tides for the 'point' with most the winds this week offshore the 'wooden walkway' to behind the power stations should with clearing water be ideal for more flatties.

Dengemarsh & Galloways
These venues should be worth a visit on a rising tide after dark. Slightly deeper water at Dengemarsh ideal for some plaice...and maybe some more thornbacks?

Jurys Gap
It shouldn't be long before we get access...roll on summer!  

Boat fishing 
Been a bit disappointing with just the odd good fish, weather too unsettled to give clear water for the wrecks...tides very early or late. You have better afternoon tides early in the week if you can find a gap in the wind. Best bet would be a fish bait for a ray or codling.

Tony Hills
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Fishing forecast for Dungeness and District for week commencing  22nd February 2016
Good tides all week...so hopefully bait should be more available! Fishing has been great for February, the star catches this week a dozen thornbacks from Dengemarsh and a 8lb cod behind the boats. The weather forecast today...is light winds all week! cyclonic winds and colder, sea temperatures at the moment 8 degrees...so it should be perfect for dabs, flounder and thornback.

Pirate springs and Littlestone
Should see more flatfish on the better tides...if you can get past the rockling and whiting.

Tailor Road
Again ideal for a three hour trip two up one down...before you get too cold!

Back of the boats
If calm with light winds prevail this week...the water will clear so we could be back to long range or after dark fishing...will the cod pay us a visit?

Dungeness
More traditional weather is forecasted so try the 'point' through low water, from the 'look out' tower down the west bay to the 'diamond', should be more dabs, flounder and thornback...and maybe more cod.

Dengemarsh & Galloways
Good tides for these locations...light winds...could be very good try a rising night time tide (and Dengemarsh road should be easier).

Jurys Gap
Nice tides...but access is still restricted. 

Boat Fishing 
This week is looking very good to have a 'crack' at the wrecks...to go chase a few early spring pollack, plaice (a bit thin) will be moving onto the banks, but we will still have plenty of fish inshore, thornbacks and codling.

Tony Hills 
Seagull Fishing Tackle



Fishing forecast for Dungeness and district for week commencing  15th February 2016
Smaller tides this week so bait could be in short supply so please order, but on the brighter side the fishing continues to be good, mainly for dabs and flounder. Sea temperatures continue to fluctuate with the weather (at the moment 8 degrees) the current forecast is for a cold snap on Wednesday & Thursday with light winds, next weekend we could see a return to warm wet westerly's!

Pirate springs and Littlestone 
Each day is different but these venues can fish depending on the wind direction, the DAA 'Vets' have a match on Wednesday at Littlestone...it will be interesting to see what turns up?

Tailor Road
In the 'lee' of the 'point' gives some protection in a south westerly wind, should see more dabs & flounder.

Back of the boats
Shorter tides do help this venue and around the 'point', much easier to fish, with lighter winds mid week should see more flatties and we hope more thornback ray.

Dungeness 
Has been very 'tough' with the weather, so a welcome respite midweek, from the 'point' down to behind the power stations should see a bit of a dab 'fest' with some big flounders...codling can show at anytime so it's looking good.

Dengemarsh & Galloways
The wind direction is 'key' so midweek is looks promising, I would like bigger tides for here, but Dengemarsh should fish on a rising tide.

Jurys Gap
Still finishing off the sea defences so I would give it a miss on these smaller tides.

Boat fishing
Continuing to be a challenge, just to get afloat...difficult launch times for the 'fast fishing dinghies', charter boats can fish a dropping tide through low water and return on the flood, calm weather mid week should be good for ray fishing using herring and bluey...always a chance of returned cod...but I think small to medium sized baits could be more productive.

Tony Hills
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Fishing forecast for Dungeness and district for week commencing  8th February 2016
I can't remember the last time we had so much wind...blow after blow...courtesy of the 'Jet Stream', we have more this week...but there will be gaps so keep an eye on the weather. Tides are big this week peaking on Thursday, spring tides mean high waters around lunchtime and midnight. The fishing for the time of year has been impressive, plenty of dabs, dogfish, flounder and the occasional codling and thornback. Sea temperatures are still over nine degrees...very, very warm for February...the only negative lugworm has been in short supply? 

Pirate springs and Littlestone
Better tides we should see more dabs, between the south westerly blows.

Tailor Road
Keep an eye on the weather should find a few gaps in the wind for a three hour session over high water.

Back of the boats 
With the gales blowing through, this venue has been busy with plenty of fish being caught!

Dungeness
Tough going with the weather...if you can find a gap try a short session at low water. The whole of the west bay would fish but the seas have been immense!

Dengemarsh & Galloways 
Not that it matters with the forecast, but we will have some temporary road closures to improve the road to allow the power cables to repaired later in the year...but if we can find a gap Galloways will be good for dabs and flounder.

Jurys Gap
With the weather forecast for the beginning of the week, the main problem will be standing up!

Boat fishing 
It has been very tough with the weather, on the bright side when boats have got afloat the fishing has been good for February...plenty of rays being reported with the odd spurdog and cod...will we see more cod returning after spawning as they did last year! If you can get afloat it will pay you to take a range of baits...as anything could turn up.

Tony Hills
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Fishing forecast for Dungeness and district for week commencing  1st February 2016
Cutting tides this week means bait will be in short supply...but the fishing should continue to be very good, sea temperatures are rising with the warm weather, today 8.9 degrees...very warm for February! Short tides this time of the year usually means dabs as the main target...but this year who knows...so far this week we have had reported...codling, thornback, dabs, flounder, whiting and monster dogfish!

Pirate springs and Littlestone
Small tides but the fishing should be good between the gales...at least it's warm!

Tailor Road
As I always say...ideal for a short session over high water hiding away from a south westerly wind.

Back of the boats
The short tides will keep plenty of water at low tide, should fish all tide round, we could see more thornbacks coming ashore.

Dungeness
Dungeness should fish well for codling on the back of these south westerly blows, further down the bay we will have more flatties...it depends on the weather windows. With the bait in short supply...but don't worry frozen lug works!

Dengemarsh & Galloways 
Great venues for flatties...but the weather so far this winter has been cruel...let's hope we get a break or two this week.

Jurys Gap
I'm told that this month should see the finish of the sea defences, when its properly open I will have a look at the access and report it on the site.

Boat fishing 
The boats that got afloat found a few codling and thornbacks, it helps to carry a variety of baits as the fish can be finicky! But looking at this week's weather forecast I can't see a gap to get out...plus the tide times don't help!  

Tony Hills
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Fishing forecast for Dungeness and district for week commencing  25th January 2016 
Good tides all week, and with the return of the warm south westerly airflow should see more codling on the beach. But as January comes to an end dabs are on the menu, some nice sized fish about with the odd flounder. The fishing continues to be very good for the time of year, sea temperatures continue to be erratic, in the cold spell it dropped from 9.1 down to 7.1c in three days...now today we have 7.7c at Folkestone buoy!

Pirate springs and Littlestone 
Fairly close in, all species could show depending on the weather...for those longer casters, try a fish bait for a thornback ray.

Tailor Road
Ideal for a few dab's over high water.

Back of the boats 
With the weather back to the south west, behind the boats should produce a range of species...including I hope a few more codling.

Dungeness
It all depends on how much wind we get...but it has been fishing well behind the power stations. With the World Dab Fishing Championships on Sunday...we hope to see more dabs showing.

Dengemarsh & Galloways
Nice middle sized tides this week should fish well for all the species...you never can tell what will turn up...we should see more flounders.

Jurys Gap 
More delays on getting access to the beach and parking but the sea defences should be finished next month.

Boat fishing 
Gaps in the weather helps to get afloat, will the fishing be worth it? We should see more codling (they should stay until the spring) mixed with the usual whiting and dogfish...reports from the power stations, thornbacks and smoothounds in the 'screens'...interesting? Still the chance of a very big cod...so do you fish big or small baits?

Tony Hills 
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Fishing forecast for Dungeness and district for week commencing  18th January 2016
A change in the weather has coincided  with the arrival of the dabs to join the mix of whiting, dogfish and cod. Tides are on the drop this week start rising again on Thursday, good for the point area depending on wind direction. the beaches have been neglected by the fishermen...in spite of rumours of four double figure cod coming out this week? Sea temperatures continue to slide down into single figures (when I checked 9.1c). Fresh bait is in short supply but there is plenty of frozen lug available...and yes it does work!

Pirate springs and Littlestone 
Nice evening tides, if the wind allows worth a look at range for a thornback.

Tailor Road 
Not the best tides this week but if we do get a south westerly blow at least you can get a few hours in.

Back of the boats 
The weather is very changeable, if we get the forecasted southerly blow on Friday you can 'hide' away on this venue...plenty of fish being reported and now some decent dabs are coming in.

Dungeness 
Small tides, calm conditions, give you a chance of fishing for a 'late season' cod, I would expect to see plenty more dabs showing with calm seas close in behind the power stations. But with the sea so warm (for January) anything could turn up.

Dengemarsh & Galloways 
Besides dabs you could see a thornback turn up on 'bluey' or herring, worth a go!

Jurys Gap 
I have had no reports from down there but it shouldn't be long till we can get full access.

Boat fishing
The tides are not great, very early or after dark? The fishing has been mixed with cod, thornbacks, dogfish and some very large whiting being caught. Baits have varied from lug, cuttle, squid, bluey and herring, so the fishing has been varied, we still have the chance of a big cod so it's all to play for!

Tony Hills
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 Fishing forecast for Dungeness and District for week commencing  11th January 2016 
Good tides all week, weather still erratic, current forecast is for colder weather next weekend. The sea temperature is still holding just in double figures...the unseasonable warm weather has I believe slowed down the spawning process and kept the cod inshore on the feed...like many other species...including bass. 

Pirate springs and Littlestone
With these tides should be good, besides the whiting, dogfish and codling more thornback rays being reported.

Tailor Road  
Ideal for a short trip out of the wind.

Back of the boats
More cod being reported along with some big whiting plus dogfish, pout and the occasional dabs, try fishing the rising tide.

Dungeness
It has been tough fishing the west bay side, try and get a 'weather window'...the fish are there, better down below the power stations on the big tides.

Dengemarsh & Galloways 
The forecast at the end of the week is for north westerly winds...perfect for these venues on a rising tide, should see more flatties about.

Jurys Gap
The sea defences are slowly getting there, but access is still a problem.

Boat fishing
This week has had some brilliant fishing with cod to 28lb...if the boats can get afloat we could see a 30+ but the weather has been tough even for the charter boats, big whiting abound and the sea bed must be covered in thornbacks and dogfish!  All baits can work squid, cuttle, lugworm and 'bluey'

Tony Hills 
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Fishing forecast for Dungeness and district for week commencing  4th January 2016
We have a break in the weather to start the year with light winds forecasted on Wednesday, the weather a bit colder but sea temperatures have dropped a bit but still around 11 degrees!...With the days getting longer it will take some real cold weather to get those sea temperatures down. Tides this week are on the rise starting from 5.9m on Monday. No sign of the fishing slowing down, but not many dabs being reported...as expected bait is in short supply.

Pirate springs and Littlestone
Sill plenty of whiting with the odd codling...try a bit of 'bluey' for a thornback.

Tailor Road
Still some good bass about...but remember it's catch and release whatever the bass size!

Back of the boats
Has been busy with the weather...where else can you fish in a south westerly gale! Small tides make it a bit easier.

Dungeness 
With a break in the weather on Wednesday and westerly winds (we hope) towards the weekend we should see easier fishing on the 'wooden walkway' and behind the power stations. Hoping to see more dabs showing to add to the mix.

Dengemarsh & Galloways
If we get the break in the weather Dengemarsh should fish but the tides could be a bit small for Galloways.

Jurys Gap 
Not great tides for this storm beach...if you can get parked!

Boat fishing
The weather conditions have taken their toll on the smaller fast fishing dingies, a few of the charter boats have got afloat. With the high sea temperatures we still have a real mixture of species to go for...fewer big cod about as they move out to spawn but the codling should stay all winter, we are knee deep in thornbacks...so if you get afloat take some 'blueys'.

Tony Hills
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Fishing forecast for Dungeness and district for week commencing  28th December 2015 
Well at last we have a change in the weather and the forecast from Wednesday for a few days is normal (cold) weather...it's about time! The downside is that lugworm could be in short supply...cold weather and short tides. The fishing has held up well with more dabs being reported along with some decent cod and the thornbacks are still about.

Pirate springs and Littlestone 
Tides holding up well for the first part of the week then shorten, next weekend it could be onshore...that could be interesting.

Tailor Road 
With easterly winds forcasted next weekend a bit of surf could bring more fish in.

Back of the boats
Watch the weather...could be good and we still have a chance of a large cod, as well as more dabs.

Dungeness                                                                                                                                                    As last a weather forecast for the 'point' short tides and traditional weather if the wind is easterly the wooden walkway and the lookout tower could fish well...with short tides it's easier to fish the deeper water. But anywhere behind the power stations could fish.

Dengemarsh & Galloways
First part of the week we will still have big tides but as the tides shorten and the wind swings we should see more dabs and flounders start to show.

Jurys Gap
The bend in the road at Jurys Gap I have heard that we are due for an emergency shingle beach feed...so keep a lookout for that.

Boat fishing
Very difficult conditions to get afloat but later in the week winds are forecasted to go 'cyclonic' and drop, so hopefully the boats can get out to see if the cod are still there! We have had some big whiting and thornbacks about so taking some 'bluey' could be a good idea.

Tony Hills
Seagull Fishing Tackle
                                                       




Fishing forecast for Dungeness and district for week commencing  21th December 2015
I know I keep going on about it but I just check the sea temperatures...nearly a degree up on last week!...weird. I better get my mackerel kit ready...nothing would surprise me. Looking at the weather forecast for the forthcoming week we will be getting more of the same, the good news we have plenty of fish, the usual suspects plus more dabs! Cracking tides through Christmas, I'm closed Christmas day otherwise open...but bait could be a struggle, so please book! Merry Christmas to you all and an even better 2016!

Pirate springs and Littlestone
Ideal tides and south westerly winds, looking good for the DAA Boxing day open, we should find plenty of fish.

Tailor Road
Even better for a short session in a south westerly, ideal to work off the Christmas excess!

Back of the boats
Still popular in the south westerly winds, plenty of fish...all the usual species and more dabs! We have had some good reports just after high water?

Dungeness
With spring tides this weekend (Christmas) fish the 'point' through low water, the ideal place would be behind the power stations fishing from low water up or over high on the ebb. If you can find a gap in the south westerly winds we should see more cod.

Dengemarsh & Galloways
Ideal tides for these venues, with big tides you will get plenty of beach exposed at low water...the good news is that the ranges are open all Christmas with the army on holiday, so plenty of room!

Jurys Gap
I have been told that some of the fencing has been removed to allow a bit more access...about time.

Boat fishing
This last week has seen more cod about...this is the time of year we would expect bigger fish getting ready to spawn. The forecast if for the wind to ease after Christmas day so hopefully we can get afloat.

Tony Hills
Seagull Fishing Tackle



Fishing forecast for Dungeness and district for week commencing  14th December 2015
The strange weather continues...air and sea temperatures still in double figures, fishing has been a bit slow as far as cod are concerned but the whiting, dogfish and pout have kept the anglers busy. Good tides all week...with a bit of luck we should see more cod about as the fish fatten themselves up to get ready for spawning...more dabs being reported...so I guess the sprats are back in numbers?

Pirate springs and Littlestone 
The first part of the week has the bigger tides...it depends on the wind direction to give these venues a bit of surf...still getting bass reported.

Tailor Road 
With cyclonic winds this week the big daytime tides look interesting.

Back of the boats
Been busy in the south westerly blows should fish well towards the end of the week...big baits close in for a hungry cod!

Dungeness
Try to find a weather window to get on the 'wooden walkway' down behind the stations...the 'point' should be easier towards the weekend with the smaller tides. With so many whiting, about big baits, well armoured with bait elastic is imperative.

Dengemarsh & Galloways
It's all about finding a gap in the south westerly winds...I prefer to fish Galloways on a rising tide as the water hits the shingle up, Dengemarsh can fish on the ebb or as the tide turns on the flood...again big 'armoured' baits for a cod.

Jurys Gap
I have been told that the sea defences are behind schedule, so access is still difficult.

Boat fishing
Well what a difference a week makes...fishing can only get better as far as cod are concerned. Plenty of other species about but with so many 'bait' fish in the water it could be worth using a bit of fish bait, 'bluey', mackerel or herring  for a thornback.

Tony Hills 
Seagull Fishing Tackle




Fishing forecast for Dungeness and district for week commencing  7th December 2015
More unsettled weather with the wind spinning round the compass...great for the fishing! With tides building to the weekend, plus sea temperatures heading south towards eleven degrees...it's looking very good, bait will be a struggle but remember 'frozen' works very well.

Pirate springs and Littlestone
Nice tides...with the big south westerly winds...we should see more action on the rising tides and first part of the ebb.

Tailor Road
Better still with a big south westerly...easy access to the beach.

Back of the boats 
Best location on the south coast (maybe the only place) in a force 10 south westerly!

Dungeness
Better tides this week...so keep an eye out for a weather window...remember the 'point' is a tackle graveyard on a rising tide...so keep to low water. The 'wooden walkway' and down to the 'lookout tower' should fish its 'socks off' as we experience the best cod fishing for over thirty years!

Dengemarsh & Galloways 
Find the gaps in the wind, these tides are idea for these venues...should see plenty cod about on the rising tide.

Jurys Gap
It looks like the sea defences are getting on...but I doubt they will finish thus year!

Boat fishing
We have had our first twenty this week...it's getting better...if you can get afloat, tides this weekend are ideal...depending on the wind! Bait it seems cuttle is working best...typical when it is in short supply!

Tony Hills 
Seagull Fishing Tackle
                                            



Fishing forecast for Dungeness and district for week commencing  30th November 2015
This south westerly wind is just what we wanted...a real 'stir up' as more and more cod move into the shore. Sea temperatures have 'crash dived' dropping into the tens for the first time this season, the fishing has been superb the best in years, tough on the boats as they struggle to get afloat. The tides this week are 'cutting' but no matter the fish should just get better.

Pirate springs and Littlestone
With the monstrous winds from the south west for the first part of the week these venues give a bit of respite, watch your rod for a 'slack liner' just after high tide!

Tailor Road 
With these winds ideal two up one down.

Back of the boats
Been very busy with the south westerly winds, with the wind on your back you get some protection...live bait rigs have been working but with the larger whiting it has been tough to hook up the cod.

Dungeness
With the smaller tides this week and when the wind drops the point will be fishable but beware of those shingle ridges down below...it is so easy to get buried! The wooden walkway, lookout tower and behind the station will all produce cod...just look for the gaps in the weather!

Dengemarsh & Galloways
As the south westerly winds drop, with the food washing it should be brilliant.

Jurys Gap
Not long to go now the sea defences should be finished by the end of December, then access should be easier.

Boat fishing 
The fish are getting bigger...just as fishing improves so does the wind, making it difficult to get afloat. Bait is a concern, cuttlefish have disappeared and squid is now in short supply, so if you have some in your bait freezer...gold dust!

Tony Hills
Seagull Fishing Tackle



Fishing forecast for Dungeness and district for week commencing  23rd November 2015
This week we have the last big tides of the year, peaking at 8.1 on Friday...still with the forecast being north westerly winds on Friday it should be interesting, but the whole district could fish with winds swinging around the compass! Sea temperatures still in the thirteen's, if you wash your hands in the sea...it feels warm. A growing number of good reports is encouraging anglers to give it a go...more and more cod being caught...with big tides this week  bait should get easier.

Pirate springs and Littlestone
I expect I will be saying this a lot this week...it depends on the wind direction...but you could find some decent fishing...including cod.

Tailor Road 
Ideal for a short high tide outing when the wind is south west.

Back of the boats
Lots of reports of lost tackle...don't leave it out too long ...use lead lifts with a fast retrieve!...Ideally a fixed spool with heavy braid will do the trick...but be careful...big tides so keep an eye on the wind.

Dungeness
The 'point' at low water will be the 'magic' spot...but on a rising tide behind the power stations give you a chance to hold bottom, we have had plenty of cod showing feeding on the shellfish and whiting close in.

Dengemarsh & Galloways
Superb tides this week for these venues...if we get a wind with a bit of north in it...look out cod!

Jurys Gap
It won't be long till the defences are finished...and we can get back to a easier access to this great storm beach.

Boat fishing
The sea has been giving up loads of cod with a good number of thornbacks...and gurnard? The charter boats have been 'filling their boots'...with so much wind it has been tough for the fast fishing dinghies to get afloat! You have to go for the 'weather windows'...a gap in the winds to get out...checking the weather...Monday and Thursday look possible but it could all change! Cuttlefish in short supply just to make things more difficult!

Tony Hills
Seagull Fishing Tackle 

                                                                                                                        


Fishing forecast for Dungeness and district for week commencing  16th November 2015
The weather continues to be a roller coaster ride, the strong south westerly airflow is creating superb conditions to push food into the beach for the cod! Sea temperatures have dropped back to 13.5 degrees (still very warm). Tide heights this week are 'cutting' lowest on Friday (6.4 metres) but by the weekend building again, plenty of cod and codling being reported...worm and shellfish baits worth ago as the 'food' washes in.

Pirate springs and Littlestone
Dodging the shingle recharge on the beach...but always worth ago over high water.

Tailor Road 
No reports but certainly worth fishing over high water in a south westerly gale.

Back of the boats
With the very strong winds this east facing beach has the benefit of the wind on your back...plenty of codling and a few bass along with whiting and dogfish. If you see traces of shellfish washing up use them as a lug cocktail forty yards out.

Dungeness
For most of this week we will have strong south westerly winds but at the moment we have a westerly weather window on Saturday  then that night and Sunday the forecast is north westerly...great news...idea for the 'walkway' and behind the power stations...again as I said before this is the time to try a lug & shellfish cocktail!

Dengemarsh & Galloways
Great venues, access can be a problem but if you can find a weather window they are lovely storm beaches.

Jurys Gap 
Another massive storm beach (Camber sands) access is still the problem.

Boat fishing
It has been very good fishing but tough on the 'fast' fishing dinghies with the strong winds to get afloat. Top bait at the moment appears to be 'cuttle' but it is always worth taking a mix, plenty of cod about up to 15lb...and they will only get bigger!

Tony Hills
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Fishing forecast for Dungeness and district for week commencing  9th November 2015
Exceptional weather...the south westerly's are now coming through a month or two late...sea temperatures have gone up this week (in November!) this morning 14.5 degrees!! Good news...from Wednesday onwards we have decent tides and with the weather forecasted we should see more cod on the beach. So break out those big hooks get them armed with big baits.

Pirate springs and Littlestone
We have this week shingle recycling ongoing with shingle being 'rain bowed' on the beach but the fishing should still be good but keep away from the dredgers.

Tailor Road
The hideaway on a strong south westerly...better tides from Wednesday try three up one down.

Back of the boats
This will be the place to fish in a full south westerly...great fishing with cod being the target but with the warm water anything could turn up!

Dungeness
It will depend on finding a weather window to fish for a decent cod...low water on the 'point' and the 'walkway'...a rising tide or all tide round from the 'lookout tower' down to behind the stations. The fish should be close in 'snuffling' for the freebies washed in to the gutter by the tide.

Dengemarsh & Galloways
Brilliant conditions for these venues fishing the flood...just find a gap in the wind.

Jurys Gap
Same as above, can be very good on the flood...if you can get access.

Boat fishing
Wow...the cod fishing but with the warm water we are also seeing smoothound and thornbacks amongst the hordes of whiting! If we can get afloat with these winds but at least they are coming from the right direction. With the bigger cod starting to show prepare with some big baits...cuttle, squid and lugworm.

Tony Hills  
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Fishing forecast for Dungeness and district for week commencing  2nd November 2015
The drum beat is getting faster as more cod reports are coming in with weather breaking down...so this week in spite of the tides we can expect more fish! Sea temperatures are holding up well with no sign of frosts, 13.8 degrees today. The weather forecast has south westerly blows queueing up...so it looks very good, the only problem with the short tides...could be the shortage of bait?

Pirate springs and Littlestone
Afternoon tides rising through dusk would be my favourite, tides start building from Thursday.

Tailor Road 
If we get the south westerly 'petit' blows from the south west make this the perfect 'hideaway' location.

Back of the boats
Still to get into its stride, but the weather, even with the short tides we should find more cod being reported.

Dungeness
The 'point' with these short tides is much easier to fish...just after a south westerly blow at low water fished on the rise should produce plenty of cod on lug and squid or lug and washed in shellfish! The 'wooden walkway' and behind the 'lookout tower' should fish well if the wind eases. Big cocktail baits should do the job.

Dengemarsh & Galloways 
Not big tides but if the weather forecast holds good we could have perfect conditions...to find a gap in the wind on the back end of a south westerly blow...perfect!

Jurys Gap
A great surf beach...and once the sea defences are finished (December?) access should be easier.

Boat fishing
On the up...more double figure cod about, with south westerly winds forecasted all week...up and down...but with small tides means very early or late starts...but it should be worth the pain with 'colour' in the water to put the cod on the bottom! As for baits, they all work on their day...favourites...lugworm, squid and cuttlefish. We still have other species as well with the 'warm' water, gurnard, smoothound and rays!

Tony Hills
Seagull Fishing Tackle



Fishing forecast for Dungeness and district for week commencing  26th October 2015
Now the clocks have changed we are entering 'serious' cod time...it has been tough with easterly winds giving us 'gin' clear water...plenty of mackerel and whiting! As the sea temperature slips down to 13 degrees as daylight shortens...good news we have a serious bit of south westerly wind for Friday, forecast gusting force eight!!! We have some massive tides this week peaking at 8.4m on Wednesday. More good news as I write this we have plenty of lug about.

Pirate springs and Littlestone
Codling can appear anywhere so try fishing high water and the first ebb to see if you can get lucky?

Tailor Road 
Plenty of whiting about...the really big tides are easier to fish in this easy to get to venue.

Back of the boats
Should fish its 'socks off' by the weekend if we get the south westerly blows...look forward to plenty of cod.

Dungeness
The 'point' is very difficult to fish on a rising big spring tide, so try through low water...you will lose less gear! Wooden walkway we will have the same problem so try a falling tide. Behind the power station it is easier but after a blow watch out for weed...all this is worth the pain because these are the conditions that produce some cracking cod.

Dengemarsh & Galloways
These tides are made for these venues, as the south westerly backs off and the tide is rising...perfect, try 'cocktailing' with any shellfish washing in with lugworm for those hungry cod!

Jurys Gap
Mighty tides are good here as well on the rise, but with the sea defence constructions going on...access is a really difficult!

Boat fishing
Loads of codling around the 7lb class and bass, but with 'gin' clear water it has been very tough, lots of smoothound and thornback ray. but the forecast is great to stir up the water, plenty of south westerly wind, great tides next weekend if we can get afloat it is looking very good!

Tony Hills
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Fishing forecast for Dungeness and district for week commencing 19th October 2015
Tides are easing this week with the shortest on Wednesday/Thursday then on the build for the 'biggies' at the end of the month. The good news after weeks of north easterly's the forecast is giving a south westerly blow during the week but back to a easterly wind for next weekend. Sea temperatures are still easing down now in the fourteens. It has been a bit of a whiting 'fest' loads of fish in the clear water, the cod are there they need a bit of encouragement, by the four boats gives you great access to deep water, space is a bit limited, after dark tends to be best.

Pirate springs and Littlestone
A bit of colour close in has encouraged a few codling inshore to chase the whiting better after dark.

Tailor Road
Still bass about on this east facing beach along with the whiting.

Back of the boats
It has been good fishing by the four boats (the new 'point'), these smaller tides will help from low water to high.

Dungeness
The 'wooden walkway' is another venue that's a lot easier on the smaller tides and easy to get too. The 'lookout tower' down to the 'boils' has been fishing well, with some double figure autumn bass being reported.

Dengemarsh & Galloways
Shorter tides won’t hurt Dengemarsh, it will fish all tide round...for all species, we should see more codling showing up on lugworm and squid, lugworm and shellfish after a south westerly blow.

Jurys Gap
It is a great storm beach, not ideal on the smaller tides made extra difficult with the sea defence work.

Boat fishing 
Some great catches of cod and codling inshore depending on weather & tides on rough ground. Conger eel fishing should be good on the inshore wrecks but no one seems bothered, I'm told the wrecks are tailing off but with the weather it is really off the menu. The bad news is next weekend forecast is strong easterly winds!

Tony Hills
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Fishing forecast for Dungeness and district for week commencing 12th October 2015
Much better tides this week, should bring more codling about, bad news it looks like most the week the wind will be east by north going north later in the week. Sea temperatures sliding down as the autumn goes on, about 15 degrees, and with the forecasted wind direction it won’t get any warmer. Lugworm should be available in numbers this week but with so many piranhas (whiting) about it will be worth tipping off with cuttlefish.

Pirate springs and Littlestone
Interesting conditions for these venues with the onshore wind giving some 'colour' in the water close in...better tides should see some more codling.

Tailor Road
Plenty of surf with the wind direction...still time for a big bass.

Back of the boats
Tough conditions try and find a gap in the wind...but could pay off with so many bass about.

Dungeness
The point is proving a challenge in the easterly wind...but if the wind swings as forecasted north westerly the ‘wooden walkway’ swings into action fishing below the shingle crest. We have in the last day or so had plenty of mackerel behind the power stations, this indicates how clear the water is, we could see more flatties and bass close in at the back of the surf.

Dengemarsh & Galloways 
Good tides, wind over your left shoulder could fish well for some late sole...but much easier fishing out of the worst of the wind.

Jurys Gap
Should fish well on the bigger tides...if you can a gap in the sea defence workings.

Boat fishing
The east north east wind has been making it very difficult to hold steady with wind over tide. Shame that the wind direction cancelled the Varne boat club cod open but hopefully they can find a fresh date. Still good bass on the wrecks and if the high pressure holds we will keep the clear water...if we can get afloat. Baits for cod on open ground like Kerton Road are the usual, lugworm, squid or cuttlefish.

Tony Hills
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Fishing forecast for Dungeness and district for week commencing 5th October 2015
The big tides last week were compromised by the north easterly winds, just showing how erratic the weather is, this week a ‘blow’ for the first three days followed by easterly winds for the weekend? Tides this week are poor so expect some bait problems, bottom tide on  Wednesday picking up for the weekend.

Pirate springs and Littlestone
Next weekend with the easterly winds should give us some surf and a bit of ‘colour’ in the water...still bass about.

Tailor Road
Small tides...but this venue with a bit of surf should through up some autumn bass!

Back of the boats
Easier to fish with smaller tides but with some surf we should see some bass with the codling.

Dungeness
The ‘point’ should be fishable for most of the week, plenty of codling being reported (fairly close in) it all depends on the wind (for the fishermen not the fish). From the walkway down to behind the power station should fish...with so many codling about (and hopefully bigger fish) whiting ‘live bait’ rigs will be worth a go if you got a spare rod.

Dengemarsh & Galloways
Shorter tides won’t hurt Dengemarsh, it will fish all tide round...for all species, we should see more codling showing up on lugworm and squid.

Jurys Gap 
Always a chance of a decent fish but we still have ongoing problems with access.

Boat fishing
Kerton Road mark (or anywhere around the ‘point’) is going ‘up a gear’ with some bigger fish being reported, plenty of nice size codling and cod. The usual baits, lugworm, squid and cuttle fish will all do well. Most focus locally will be on the cod but other species are still about. The Varne Boat Club have their cod open on Sunday...but the bad news for them (and us) is easterly winds for the weekend!

Tony Hills
Seagull Fishing Tackle



                                                                                                                                                                   Fishing forecast for Dungeness and district for week commencing 28th September 2015
Well this week we have the ‘big one’ biggest tide in twenty five years...8.6m at Dungeness on Wednesday. Sea temperatures are slowly ‘ebbing’ down at the moment 16 degrees as the days shorten. Weather forecast is interesting with north easterly winds forecasted all week! Dry, clear skies should see some great surf in the east bay. Plenty of codling being reported on fresh (and frozen) lugworm tipped with squid!

Pirate springs and Littlestone
These venues should be brilliant with the big tides, coloured water and a bit of surf.

Tailor Road 
Worth a go for a late bass in the surf on a rising tide.

Back of the boats
Massive tides plenty of surf, should have plenty of fish...not so easy into a headwind.

Dungeness  
Fishing the ‘point’ with these tides could be difficult unless its low water, try fishing the ‘point’ venues through low water these tides will be too big on the rise. Should be easier behind the power stations...but don’t get ‘pinned’ to the shingle bund by the high water!

Dengemarsh & Galloways 
Superb tides for these locations, loads of fish about; let’s see some more bass and codling.

Jurys Gap 
Should be good with so much water movement.

Boat fishing
That’s what I call ‘tough’ plenty of quality fish being reported, plenty of codling at Kerton Road...and we have strong north easterly winds forecasted all week! If you can get out from Rye Harbour, you could fish the ‘switch house’ in the west bay! So keep some frozen squid and lug handy lets hope the weather people have got it wrong and we find a ‘weather window’?

Tony Hills
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Fishing forecast for Dungeness and district for week commencing 21st September 2015
The autumn is heating up...not the weather...the fishing! Plenty of whiting, pouting bass and codling being reported, sea temperatures are slowly cooling, this week below seventeen degrees. Tides are building to the biggest tide in twenty five years (Wed 30 Sept) so depending on the weather we should see more codling about, bait except for the biggest tides could be a struggle so book don’t leave it to chance. 

Pirate springs and Littlestone
With the rising tides after dark could be good for these venues.

Tailor Road
Still plenty of bass about great on the bigger tides.

Back of the boats 
If you can get past the whiting we should see more codling being reported on a rising tide.

Dungeness 
The ‘point’ will progressively be more ‘testing’ as the tides build, but from the ‘lookout tower’ down we should see some good fishing in the west bay...all the regular species, sadly we don’t seem to have many sole about. 

Dengemarsh & Galloways
With the building tides these venues should fish well on a rising tide depending on the ‘firing times’ for Galloways...I expect more codling!

Jurys Gap
Reports of codling...and bass should be interesting on the big tides.

Boat fishing
Difficult launching times till the end of the week ( charter boats on the point can launch on a falling tide) but the fishing should be good...late wreck fishing plus black bream, inshore the codling should be showing on ‘East Roads’ and ‘Kerton Roads’ mark.

Tony Hills
Seagull Fishing Tackle


Fishing forecast for Dungeness and district for week commencing  14th September 2015
'Batten' down the hatches, we have some 'serious' weather coming during Tuesday to Thursday, this will 'rip' up the beach send loads of 'food' into the beach. Tides are cutting but stay a good size to the end of the week. With the wind direction being south west, south, and south west again this should give the fishing 'a shot in the arm'...and ring the 'dinner bell' even more loudly for the codling!

Pirate springs and Littlestone
We are getting regular reports of codling, with the weather forecast these venues should be fishable.

Tailor Road 
Great place on these wind directions, should find more bass and codling.

Back of the boats 
Should be interesting first part of the week, if you can stand up then improve rapidly just after the blows, more codling and bass are on the cards.

Dungeness 
Will be impossible to fish for the first half of the week, but as the wind drops the fishing should be really good,...these  are serious autumn storms and will 'rip out' the summer growth of weed, so we can expect this to wash in with all the shellfish etc. Remember the weed tends to be worse on a rising tide but easier on the drop. The whole of west bay should fish...once the wind drops.

Dengemarsh & Galloways  
After the storms the fishing should be stunning for a wide range of species...including codling.

Jurys Gap 
This is the time of year we expect to see bigger bass...should be right after the storms.

Boat Fishing  
We will be 'blown out' till the end of the week...if the wind moderates Kerton Road will see cod on rough ground, East Roads traditionally is the best spot for the early cod ...but with so many about you will have a lot of choice where to go. Bait back to squid, cuttle and lugworm.

Tony Hills
Seagull Fishing Tackle

                                                                                                                                               

Fishing forecast for Dungeness and District for week commencing  7th September 2015
A bit of an Indian summer, with some warmer weather forecasted this week, sea temperatures have been in retreat currently about 17.5 degrees, with winds steady, mostly easterly. Plenty of species about and bait is holding up well, the big news is the continuous trickle of small codling ( 1 to 3lb) getting ready for the cod season, plenty of dogfish, whiting, pouting with the occasional small bass and sole plus the odd late summer surprise!

Pirate springs and Littlestone
With the odd codling showing close in...worth ago on a night tide.

Tailor Road 
Easterly winds forecasted...not strong but should give a bit of surf.

Back of the boats
Better tides around boats...easier fishing with shortening tides my favourite first flood or just after high...more codling with the dogs?

Dungeness
Easing tides gives us of holding bottom...and getting our tackle back! Cod fever is growing...at the moment we are at the raised temperature stage! The sole so far have been a disappointment, but let's see there is still time...from the lookout tower to behind the power stations.

Dengemarsh & Galloways
Could see more mackerel with the easterly winds clearing the water, but these are great venues for all local species.

Jurys
Access is the ongoing problem but hopefully the sea defences will be finished this year!

Boat Fishing
Much easier tides for the wrecks as summer draws to close, ideal time for conger (one of the hardest fighting fish in the sea)...but cod fever draws ever closer, the problem could be the wind direction...easterly!

Tony Hills
Seagull Fishing Tackle