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    Yes, have been for a few weeks, however not in great numbers as it used to be though.

    I was supposed to be going today down to either Hythe or Samphire hoe, but cant make it now, stay away from the Admiralty pier (Dover) or not if you like getting tangled up with the tinsel tossing foreigners.  

    Good luck if you go.

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    Hi, thanks for the heads-up. I usually go to Samphire hoe, great spot down there for fishing in general, although a bit snaggy! Fine for deep water feathering though. Caught a big spider crab on rag worm from the base of the wall last year.

    Know what you mean about the fluff chucking foreigners at admiralty pier, it’s like a production line down there, one catching, one cleaning, one bagging ?

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    On ‎27‎/‎06‎/‎2018 at 08:35, margun said:

    Hi, thanks for the heads-up. I usually go to Samphire hoe, great spot down there for fishing in general, although a bit snaggy! Fine for deep water feathering though. Caught a big spider crab on rag worm from the base of the wall last year.

    Know what you mean about the fluff chucking foreigners at admiralty pier, it’s like a production line down there, one catching, one cleaning, one bagging ?

    They are coming off in the evening and sleeping on Shakespeare beach now, going back on the admiralty the next day. beach is a mess rubbish and **** all over the place, evidently the harbour board are involved now, will be another lost venue if somthing is not done. 

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