Sea Fishing

Lancashire has an amazing coastline with some beautiful places to go Sea Fishing.

From Fishing at Silverdale & Arnside to Blackpool North there is no shortage of fishing spots to try.

Below the stunning plains of Blackpool North at low tide with spectacular views to the Lake District in the distance.

Further north you can try Cleveleys & Fleetwood. Of course you are not limited to beach fishing with the option of offshore Fishing  by private or hire boat. Over the coming months we will start to list the best places to go, the target fish and when in the year to target for best results.

Want to contribute? We’d be delighted to feature recommendations on fishing ventures and stories about your fishing adventures. Email us: admin@fishinginlancashire.co.uk

Sea Fish you can catch In Lancashire

This does of course vary from place to place but off the beaches of Lancashire can be caught

  • Dab
  • Dover Sole
  • Gurnard
  • Sandeels
  • Flounder
  • Bass
  • Plaice
  • Dog Fish
  • Thornback Ray
  • Smooth Hound
  • Whiting
  • Cod & Codling
  • Conger Eel
  • Rockling
  • Eels
  • Tope
  • Weaver Fish
  • Mackeral

Sea Fishing Lancashire – you never know what might come you way, get out and give it a go. Fishing in Lancashire

Amazing Fishing Views

Sea Fishing Blackpool
Blackpool North Sea Fishing

See also www.britishseafishing.co.uk/north-west-england/

Remember the sea can be and unforgiving place and fast tides in some locations can easily catch the novice out, always best to check tides in advance. Let someone know where you are going to fish, better still go with a fishing friend!

Where to Sea Fish North West / Lancashire

Places to Sea Fish

  • Blackpool including 3 Piers
  • Cleveleys
  • Arnside
  • Silverdale
  • Southport (Pier)
  • Fleetwood
  • Bispham
  • St Annes
  • Morecambe Bay
  • Heysham

Don’t forget the fish you can catch and the fishing methods you might use whilst Sea Fishing change between the seasons – Winter, Spring, Summer & Autumn. With target fish moving in and out of the Lancashire Sea during the different seasons its always best to do some research, better still pick the brains of a fellow angler ! Your local fishing tackle shop can provide a wealth of knowledge. Get down and ask for some advice.

More Information to follow. Details correct at time of writing July 2020. Please always check before you travel as things change ! Thanks