Fishing on South Parade Pier, Southsea, Portsmouth
FISHING IS NOW OPEN DAILY 8am - 9pm.
Fishing will be allowed on the lower boat Deck or the upper deck until 1st March
Book your Pier Fishing online with
Fishing on the Pier
South Parade Pier is a fantastic for fishing and suitable for new and experienced anglers, young and old and also those with limited mobility.
This very popular fishing spot is good all year round. During the summer there's mackerel, garfish, pollack, bass, mullet, bream, smoothhounds, scad and flatties and in the winter, codling, whiting and flounders. All fishing works well off the pier, hence its popularity but the best fishing is during late evening / night at high tide. Generally a light spinning rod with a float fish or simple rig will suffice but if you want to catch something larger try some crab or worm bait!
Full training given. Learn how to set up your rod, how to make rigs, how to put bait on and of course how to catch fish!
£6 and hour per person and within two hours you will be fishing on your own!
For more details please call 07497 932860 or book your lesson online at book.events/pierfishing
Daytime Fishing (8am - 9pm)
£5.00 per rod or handline
Children 13 & under / OAPs
£4 per rod or hand line.
(For admittance after 10pm please Tel: 07497 932860)
Tickets available online
Food and drink is available from
The Best of British at the end of pier.
Other ammenities, toilets and refreshments
also available on the pier.
See southparadepier.co.uk for more information.
"The best days are spent fishing"
2020 EUROPEAN REGULATIONS ON BASS FISHING FOR RECREATIONAL FISHERS
1st January to 29th February and 1st December to 31st December 2020: catch-and-release only.
1st March to 30th November 2020: not more than two bass per person per day may be retained.
Any additional bass caught must be returned immediately to the sea.
(Minimum legal Bass size 42cm)
The European Commission has determined that bass stocks remain under pressure despite the measures taken in previous years. It has placed further restrictions on the commercial and recreational fishing sectors in order to address this.
Eastern IFCA is working with DEFRA and the Marine Management Organisation to raise awareness of these regulations. There is now a transition period until the end of 2020 while the UK and EU negotiate additional arrangements. The current rules on bass
fishing for the UK and the EU will continue to apply during the transition
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