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Maryport Harbour Sea Fishing Mark

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Directions Take the M6 to Penrith and leave at Junction 40 for the A66 to Workington. Join the A5086 just after Cockermouth and then take the A594 to Maryport
Season Plaice all season, flounder and eel in summer, autumn for codling
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A view of Maryport Harbour.

Average reviews rating is 2

(Based on 8 reviews)

Ranked 4 of 10 facilties in ranked in Cumbria

Staff helpfulness

rating is 1.5

Facilities

rating is 2

Quality of fishing

rating is 2.5

Surroundings

rating is 3

Review

Venue information

The two long arms to the harbour can provide superb action throughout the year

Main Species
Plaice, codling, flounder, eel

Recommended Baits:
Peeler crab, lugworm, squid

Users' Overall Rating rating is 2 (2 reviews)

  • MARYPORT

    BACKLUG

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    User's Overall Rating rating is 2.5

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    Staff helpfulnessrating is 2
    Facilitiesrating is 2
    Quality of fishingrating is 3
    Surroundingsrating is 4

    Fish this venue a lot,find it better at dawn or dusk.Great for dogfish at these times.

    (Written by: BACKLUG )

    24 September 2010 23:50

  • mayport habour walls.... north and south

    david grime

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    User's Overall Rating rating is 1.5

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    Staff helpfulnessrating is 1
    Facilitiesrating is 2
    Quality of fishingrating is 2
    Surroundingsrating is 2

    fished both of these very little caught apart from lots of crabs...1 doggy and a whiting. although other around me got weaver fish,red wrasse,flatties as well as doggies and whiting.great for crabs for bait though ...easy to catch.will give it another go again and see if luck improves...

    (Written by: davidgrime )

    14 November 2009 00:37

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