North East Fishing Marks Archive

Webcams

  Photographs of the sea state from a webcam overlooking Long Sands at Tynemouth – UPDATED EVERY 2 MINUTES ! http://www.elsom-cook.com/longsands/index.pl   Others: http://www.4freepack.com/webcam/webcam.htm http://www.interv8.com/webcam/index.htm?cam=east – This page refreshes every 30 seconds. East and West views from Centre for Advanced Industry – NEMI building. http://www.northtyneside.gov.uk/cams/tyne.htm – Mouth of The Tyne http://www.sandhavenchaletswebcam.co.uk/ – refreshed every 15 seconds  

North Crab Hill

North Crab Hill Location: Busy trying to find the map anybody got a copy of it from the old site Just south of Marconi Point Cullercoats. Best to park on road above small promenade above Otters Pool. Just after you go round two sharp bends after leaving Cullercoats heading for Whitley Bay, What used to

Easington

The maps are simply a guide to where the better known marks are in that particular area. Catch reports from the below marks would be most welcome particularly with a photo. Thanks to Alan Charlton for aerial photos.

Whitley Bay

The maps are simply a guide to where the better known marks are in that particular area.Catch reports from the below marks would be most welcome particularly with a photo. Thanks to Alan Charlton for aerial photos. FISHING WHITLEY BAY BEACHby Alan Charlton LATCH DYKEFish on a small to medium tide on a dying sea

St. Mary’s Island

The maps are simply a guide to where the better known marks are in that particular area. Catch reports from the below marks would be most welcome particularly with a photo. Thanks to Alan Charlton for aerial photos.

River Tyne

The maps are simply a guide to where the better known marks are in that particular area.Catch reports from the below marks would be most welcome particularly with a photo. Thanks to Alan Charlton for aerial photos.

Hendon

The maps are simply a guide to where the better known marks are in that particular area. Catch reports from the below marks would be most welcome particularly with a photo. Thanks to Alan Charlton for aerial photos. Hendon Prom is divided into bays by wooden groynes, each is simply called by its number, i.e

Tynemouth_Beach

The maps are simply a guide to where the better known marks are in that particular area. Catch reports from the below marks would be most welcome particularly with a photo. Thanks to Alan Charlton for aerial photos.

Blyth

The maps are simply a guide to where the better known marks are in that particular area. Catch reports from the below marks would be most welcome particularly with a photo. Thanks to Alan Charlton for aerial photos.

South Shields Pier

The maps are simply a guide to where the better known marks are in that particular area. Catch reports from the below marks would be most welcome particularly with a photo. Thanks to Alan Charlton for aerial photos.