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Flounders and eels at World's End
9:20pm Thursday 24th May 2012 in Sport
SEA FISHING: Southend Pier: Flounders, whiting, dogfish and the odd mackerel are making up the bulk of catches, with the chance of a garfish or a bass.
Southend beaches: Flounders and schoolies have been caught.
Barge Pier: Flounders, schoolies and the occasional dogfish have provided sport at the Shoebury venue.
Thamesmead: Flounders and bass to 3lb have been reported.
Erith: Eels and schoolies have offered anglers a break from the flounders.
Gravesend: Graham from Dolphin Angling reports flounders, whiting and bass to 5lb.
Grays Wharf: Flounders and whiting have made up bags.
Tilbury: Flounders and eels have been caught at both World’s End and East Beach.
Thurrock Lakeside: A few decent bass have been landed among the schoolies.
Rainham: Lots of schoolies have been caught at Coldharbour Lane, along with eels.
Clacton Pier: Anglers are still catching codling to 2.5lb and dogfish, mostly on ragworm bait.
Walton Pier: Codling, dogfish and still a few skate are being caught.
Walton to Holland on Sea beaches: Codling, whiting and dogfish have been tempted by worm bait.
Boats: Anglers aboard both charter and private vessels have taken codling to 6lb, skate to 12lb, plus dogfish and bass.
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