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Fishing At Flamborough, The Northern Extreme Of The Holderness Coast

Well this post is not going to tell you how to fish the Flamborough mark .....I'm still working that out for myself ...but isn't that the fun of it...working out what where and when ? I have started to really enjoy fishing the Flambro' marks....the last two years I have driven countless miles up to [...]

By |March 9th, 2013|Fishing Marks, Lead Article|9 Comments

Flamborough Head Needs Complete Protection – Or Does It ???

The marine Conservation Society (MCS) have proposed a number of sites around the UK which they suggest need "Complete protection" from exploitation. One of the proposed sites in the Infamous Flamborough head, which MCS suggest should be fully protected. The map at this link http://www.yourseasyourvoice.com/mpa/?region=1&site=2 illustrates the area proposed for closure. What are your thoughts [...]

By |February 17th, 2010|News|11 Comments
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Flamborough Head No Take Zone – Leaked Email Causes A Stir

With Reference to the Byelaw regarding Flamborough Head No Take Zone Boundary Limits : Shore side and Seaward Markers Western Boundary is directly South from Sewerby Steps in the Byelaw I propose to amend this so that the Western Boundary still starts at Sewerby Steps , but follows the line of the sewer pipe and [...]

By |February 17th, 2010|Boat & Kayak, Lead Article, News, Shore Fishing|10 Comments

Busy Year For Flamborough Lifeboat

2009 one of the busiest years on record for Flamborough RNLI lifeboat. Date: 25/01/2010 Author: Jane Heaton, Volunteer Lifeboat Press Officer Flamborough RNLI experienced one of its busiest years ever with a total of 40 launches during 2009 compared to 24 in 2008. RNLI crews in the North of England rescued 961 people and launched [...]

By |January 26th, 2010|News|0 Comments