Nice and easy to get to and once parked up in the car park there is a 2 minute walk to the fishing.
From spring/summer it produces some very good soles,flounder,Plaice and eels and i have been told reports of Bass but not had the proof, never fished it in winter but there`s no reason why you wont get whiting.
There`s a good deep channel which runs very close in if you head towards the right of the car park you will see this and there are rails near the lock to put your rod against, Also facing the small carp lake as you walk over the lock there is a grassy bank and when the tide is out you can walk down and hit the channel pretty easy. Tides of 27ft to 29.5ft are best.The further you go to the left means you`ll be fishing from grass/reeds.
Distance is not an issue as flattys can often be found under your feet the best baits to use are the usuall Rag/Lug/CrabMackrel on size 1/0 flapper i usually use 3 hook flappers.
Exit the M62 at jct 7, travel on the A557 Watkins Way for 3.7 miles, follow signs for the Catalyst Museum. Spike Island will be on your left sign posted.
Public Transport Directions
Runcorn Train Station is 1.4 mils away from Spike Island.
Also the Trans Pennine Trail runs across Spike Island, leaflets available from Liverpool Tourist Information Centre.
For further information, please call TRAVELINE, Public Transport Info, 0871 200 22 33
POSTCODE TO USE FOR YOUR SAT NAV IS
Well worth a go!
This section gives info on venues which are suitable for anglers who don`t like to,or can`t walk too far.They are also suitable/safe for eldery,disabled or young anglers
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