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UK Spearfishing

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old dave said:
I suggest 75 gun min for general purpose fishing plus a 90 if you can afford it as the visibility can be 25 ft plus.I also recommend a tidetable for Portland Bill the tides on the point are dangerous to the unwary,Good fishing to be had westside of Portland Bill from Chesil beach to the point.I have dived there many times with good catches bass mullet pollack.
good hunting
Old Dave[/quote
hi dave. ive just started to spearfish at portland. can you get to good fishing grounds straight from the beach or do u need a boat, and how far out do you need to go. what sort of depths do you need to dive. would appreciate any info you can give me. thanks dave.
This is a really old thread and haven't seen Dave active on the forums for a while. There is a dedicated Dorset thread running with advice from some great spearo's. Try there. [ame="http://forums.deeperblue.net/showthread.php?t=64476"]Dorset Spearfishing 2006[/ame]

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