Inshore fishing in the North East can be very productive both in the summer months with Cod, Ling, Pollock, Collies, Dabs and Whiting, and into the Winter months with Ling, Whiting and Pouting. Oh there's also a good head of cod on a number of the inshore marks too.
Indeed our Inshore fishing is so prolific in the winter that a short steam out to the fishing grounds will put us on good numbers of Cod well into double figures, Codling, Whiting and Pouting - although you'll never see the skipper fishing with a bait that a Pouting would take, unless he wanted one for a Conger / Mud Pig (Cod) bait that is.
In recent years we have seen an increase in the numbers of Plaice and we frequently take a break during the Bass fishing over slack water to top up the cool boxes with plump spotties. We often see most anglers take double shots of fish over the 1lb mark and would expect most anglers to take fish on every drift, if not 3 or 4 fish when the going is very good.
The use of a 15gm Spoon in conjunction with some brightly coloured beads seems to be most rewarding with a small 4oz cannon ball weight more than enough on most occasions to ensure the baits are worked along the bottom where the Plaice are weighting in good numbers. We'll often see Turbot and the very odd Brill show when the weather's good.
If not drifting many of the marks will produce Smoothound, Cod, Ling Whiting and Fatfish with relevant tactics whilst on the anchor.
Wreck Fishing with North Sea Fishing can be most rewarding with a host of species on offer including Pollock, Ling and Cod.
Day trips or up to 3 day breaks.
Inshore fishing in the North East can be very productive both in the summer months with Cod, Link, Smoothound, Pollocks and whitelings, and into the winter months we also see massive amounts of Cod.
Enjoy all North Sea Fishing has to offer by joining us on one of our evening trips. Available to book as groups or come a long on one of our set excursions. From the moment you arrive, you'll have an experience to remember.