The Most Frequently Asked Questions. FAQ’S
I have assembled the most frequently asked questions, (FAQ’S) that I regularly receive either by email or phone call.
Costs vary dependant on the type of booking. You can find more information on our Prices page or call Tim on 07754 324270
Whilst the boat is licenced for a maximum of 10 passengers and 2 crew, I try to avoid bookings of more than 8 passengers.
For trips further afield or drifting wrecks I will limit the numbers further.
We can provide fishing rods, tackle & bait – all you need to go fishing. For further information see our Prices page.
We also suggest you have a look at our Preparing for Your Day page for further tips and advice on what you should bring yourself.
Feel free to call Tim on 07754 324270 if you have any queries.
Free parking is available just a short walk away, and you will be provided with temporary Parking Permits on the day.
No please do not worry if you do not have your own equipment, as we can hire you all you will need. For further information please see our Prices page or call Tim on 07754 324270
You are more than welcome to bring your own rod and tackle, but please keep in mind that beach-casters and coarse fishing gear are unsuitable for boat fishing.
Yes, there is a fully flushing toilet on board.
The amount of weight you will need depends on tide, depth, bait, type of line etc. A range between 6-12oz should cover most eventualities, and we do carry a selection on the boat.
- If the trip is cancelled due to the weather you will be offered a full refund or the deposit can be rolled over for a future booking, it’s your choice. Please see our Terms and Conditions page for further details
In general terms “Yes” it is yours to take home, after all there is nothing better than fresh fish!
However please keep in mind:-
- A few fish are protected species and All Must be returned to the sea.
- A few fish are protected through minimum size restrictions or seasonal restrictions or marine conservation zones and All Must be returned to the sea.
The Skipper’s word on this is final.
Finally you should be aware that it is illegal for you to sell your catch on.