St Anne's advice

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Kristiano
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St Anne's advice

Postby Kristiano » Mon Mar 27, 2017 10:49 am

Hi all,

Anyone poss give me a postcode or road to go out from to get some worm in st Anne's area.
Only thing I found was out from tram sheds ??
Any info be great :)

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Re: St Anne's advice

Postby John Petersen » Mon Mar 27, 2017 12:47 pm

Why would you want to go walking across the barren wasteland of sand at St Annes, when a short walk at low tide anywhere from The Tram Sheds at Blackpool all the way north to Rossall Point and beyond will find you worm beds ?

The Mirror Ball to South Pier should provide you with plenty of variety and casts to pump.
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Re: St Anne's advice

Postby Kristiano » Mon Mar 27, 2017 7:38 pm

John Petersen wrote:Why would you want to go walking across the barren wasteland of sand at St Annes, when a short walk at low tide anywhere from The Tram Sheds at Blackpool all the way north to Rossall Point and beyond will find you worm beds ?

The Mirror Ball to South Pier should provide you with plenty of variety and casts to pump.



Thanks for reply. I went out straight from the tram shed which I'd seen on net as st Anne's - think it was one in same thing and actually Blackpool not st Anne's or poss rite on border of both.
Hardly a thing until 30 min before low then loads .


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