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The Isle of Wight is an ideal destination for a fishing holiday, the visiting angler is very well catered for.

Fishing on Isle of Wight
The Isle of Wight is an ideal destination for a fishing holiday, the visiting angler is very well catered for.
What To Catch & When To Catch It
Saltwater Angling:

The Isle of Wight is very much a year round destination, though it must be said that February and March are probably the slowest.

Flounders are probably the best bet from the shore at this time whilst Blonde Ray and late Cod can be taken from a boat.

The Sea Angler has 64 miles of coastline available for beach and rock fishing.
Bass, Conger, Plaice and Rays, to name but a few, can all be taken in season.
For the visiting boat angler, the English Channel and the more sheltered Solent provides huge scope, whether from your own boat or a charter trip.

Lake or pier/shore fishing tuition also available.
Nearly all the sea and freshwater fish that can be found in UK waters are represented on the Island's record lists.

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Most styles of Sea and Freshwater angling can be done on or around the Island.

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What To Catch & When To Catch It
Saltwater Angling:
The Isle of Wight is very much a year round destination, though it must be said that February and March are probably the slowest.
Flounders are probably the best bet from the shore at this time whilst Blonde Ray and late Cod can be taken from a boat.
Spring and summer brings good shore sport for Smoothhound, Bass, Rays and Dogfish, whilst many spots for lure fishing for Bass are

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Visit Isle of Wight Ltd
The Guildhall High Street
Isle of Wight
PO30 1TY

01983813813

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