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New here - I have moved to Norfolk, where can I go and catch Seatrout?

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  • New here - I have moved to Norfolk, where can I go and catch Seatrout?

    New here - I have moved to Norfolk, where can I go and catch Seatrout? Which spot on why estaury or river will give a chance of catching a seatrout?

    Thanks

    Tony

  • #2
    This forum is mainly coarse fishing and heavily biased towards match fishing but there may be someone who can help.
    Welcome to the site anyway though.
    Take nothing but photographs,leave nothing but footprints.

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    • #3
      lived there for 7 years and was heavily into sea fishing for about 5 of those.i knew a lot of tackle shop owners in norfolk and suffolk[used to dig lugworm for a living ]and ive never heard of a seatrout from the areas.Sea bass yes,but never a sea trout.My mother used to live in wales on the banks of the river dee and ive seen a sea trout caught from there,but never norfolk.if i was to hazard a guess then id say the best chance would be north norfolk,past cromer towards stiffkey,blakeney way.they are shallower beaches and hotspots for bass,so id concentrate on that area,at least you might catch a nice bass if no sea trout are present.Sorry i couldnt be more helpfull but you are in a mostly cod and whiting area.
      cornerstone.

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      • #4
        many moons ago i watched some fluff chucking going on at at cley next to the sea,north norfolk,dont remember much being caught trout wise,but a few schoolie bass did make an appearence
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