Friday, 3 October 2008

Severn Beach 03-10-08 part 2

Severn Beach is a very popular venue at this time of the year,
and is an early cod season venue.
How to get there.
From the M5 JUNCTION 17 take the B4055 and continue to Severn Beach
Turn right on to Beach road and park.
Follow the path to the top of the sea wall and choose your peg.
This is a photo of the lower prom as I call it.
Plenty of room along here.
Don't cast too far you don't need to , and the tide
is to strong most of the time.
On tides over 13mtrs this this path can get flooded
thats were all the rubbish in the next two photos came from.

This photo shows (in the back ground) the upper prom.

This is used on tides larger than 12.5 mtrs.

Very tight on a weekend tide at times

especially from September to December.

Fishermen can be seen at the southern end of the prom.The Severn Beach should have been called Severn Mud

You can see why in this photo.

The height of the Lower sea defence wall can be seen

in the photo below.

A tide of 9mtrs just gets to the bottom of these rocks.

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