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Types of Fishing

Ramsgate Fishing Charters
07805 250 427 07545 480 340 01843 639741
T he   port   of   Ramsgate   is   really   spoilt for   the   array   of   fishing   available. The famous         Goodwin         Sands         has hundreds      of      wrecks,      sandbanks, gulleys, mussel    beds,    and    reefs    for    us    to explore. D uring       the       summer       months       (May- October)   you   will   be   likely   to   catch   bass, pollock,    smooth-hounds,    thornback    rays, mackerel,   tub   gurnard,   sea-bream,   plaice, tope, pouting and dogfish. During     the     winter     months     (November- April) cod, bass, thornback rays, whiting, pouting, dabs and dogfish. F or   those   of   you   who   are   new   to   boat   fishing,   all   tuition   can   be   given   on-board   and   we   would   advise that   you   use   the   boat’s   rods,   reels,   and   tackle   as   everything   is   set   up   for   you,   and   down   tiding   with   10   oz lead will get you straight into the fish. F or   novices,   uptiding   methods   work   well,   with   a   standard   9ft   uptide   rod   6-10oz   minimum   60lb   shock leader, 8-10oz Gemini yellow head long wire weight, 4ft hook snood 50lb, 6/0 sakuma hooks. All   baits   can   be   supplied   by   our   local   tackle   shop   or   from   the   skipper. The   best   baits   for   all   our   fishing   are locally   dug   lugworm,   squid,   herring,   mackerel,   blueys,   peeler   crab,   hermits,   all   can   be   supplied   by   our local tackle shop or from the skipper. W reck   fishing   is   either   drifting   or   at   anchor.   The   methods   above   work   best   at   anchor   or,   if   drifting,   a 12oz perk with either silver or white feathers will catch the bass or cod.
*All fish are cleaned, gutted and bagged ready for your grill*
© The IT Corner 2014

Types of Fishing

Ramsgate  Fishing Charters
07805 250 427 07545 480 340 01843 639741
T he   port   of   Ramsgate is   really   spoilt   for   the array           of           fishing available.   The   famous Goodwin      Sands      has hundreds     of     wrecks, sandbanks, gulleys, mussel beds, and reefs for us to explore. D uring   the   summer   months   (May-October)   you   will   be likely   to   catch   bass,   pollock,   smooth-hounds,   thornback rays,    mackerel,    tub    gurnard,    sea-bream,    plaice,    tope, pouting and dogfish. During    the    winter    months    (November-April)    cod,    bass, thornback rays, whiting, pouting, dabs and dogfish. F or   those   of   you   who   are   new   to   boat   fishing,   all   tuition can   be   given   on-board   and   we   would   advise   that   you   use the   boat’s   rods,   reels,   and   tackle   as   everything   is   set   up for    you,    and    down    tiding    with    10    oz    lead    will    get    you straight into the fish. F or   novices,   uptiding   methods   work   well,   with   a   standard 9ft   uptide   rod   6-10oz   minimum   60lb   shock   leader,   8-10oz Gemini    yellow    head    long    wire    weight,    4ft    hook    snood 50lb, 6/0 sakuma hooks. All   baits   can   be   supplied   by   our   local   tackle   shop   or   from the   skipper.   The   best   baits   for   all   our   fishing   are   locally dug    lugworm,    squid,    herring,    mackerel,    blueys,    peeler crab,   hermits,   all   can   be   supplied   by   our   local   tackle   shop or from the skipper. W reck   fishing   is   either   drifting   or   at   anchor. The   methods above   work   best   at   anchor   or,   if   drifting,   a   12oz   perk   with either silver or white feathers will catch the bass or cod.
*All fish are cleaned, gutted and bagged ready for your grill*