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    Posted: 29 April 2008 at 9:16pm
I am thinking of going to fish at kingmere rocks for bream .Can anyone give me some information on the best tides, springs or neaps and also the flood or ebb for this fishing mark.
thanks rayjem
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I fish Kingmere quite often, I skipper a boat called Adelaide for the owner, John Martin when he is tied up. There are no hard and fast rules, it fishes pretty consistently through all states of all tides.

If you go there try a dangle in the east and west ditches as well. There are some cracking smoothounds and some bigger bream. Kingmere can also produce some big bass to livebaits or try half a mackerel head with plenty of guts attached.
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See my post below 'BRIM' ... that was last Sat on the 'Adelaide'.


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thanks for the information a great help as it is always helps to get info before going some were new .
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