With Whitby's cool December arrival, you will find plenty of accommodation for pier fishing such as Arches or Ashford Guest Houses. The George Hotel is very close to the port side and also provides fishermen.
There is nothing like staying in a pleasant, hospitable place when fishing in cold winter depths.
Whitby Piers fishing was supposed to be in December. Until the end of November and early December, it is hoped that cod fishing will indeed be better. At the beginning of December we would expect some very good fishing, due to the size of mustache and the foal. Unfortunately this year the season started slowly, mainly due to the weather. We just started the first cold season in the season, so the water temperatures were higher than in this time of the year. Things now seem to have looked at a recent good north blow that mixed the sea and gave it a little color, coupled with a cold spell that we would have finally turned.
There were some good reports that the fish are detained across the N / east coast, so hopefully this will continue.
Both piers are fishing well, but most people seem to stay at the left pier, probably because it is a bit easier to reach than the far pier and at the moment can not reach the far end of the pier. For damages. In December, when cod and cod were always fishing "One worm lures with a small mackerel ribbon, usually a good bait for mustache.
In fact, I'm just making fishy fish – this is a nice delicious fish – my family and especially the kids love them – the trick I always found best on white sugar to boil them before they are used in fish cake. , There is a gentle fish and lots of small bones, but if you boil them for a short time, you just pull the bone out of the bone and make it easier to use.
Fried fungus is the most important bait of cod before the start of the season , But at the beginning of the year it is usually Rag or Lug. My favorite worm is a scam, but many people disagree, say Cane, big black ear or yellow tail Better fish. Everyone has their own but always liked ragworm for some reason. In very cold weather and whitby pier, when it was minus 10 degrees, the ragworm lasts longer than the trough, the frosty frosty when it is really bitter and the ragworm freezing is fair but it lasts longer. Ragworm is also a tough bait and takes longer on the hook than in rough weather. I always liked rock fishing; And he found that the rag is harder and better bait than the ear. As I say before, everyone is theirs. I remember one night when we were fishing on the eastern harbor of Whitby, every time we went to the ice, he came to the fingers from the line as he led the line to the coil. It can not be bad, but believe me 2-3 in the morning when the cold and hungry, it hurts! The worms froze.
& # 39; Coalies & # 39; It will also speak, but again I was lucky enough to catch them in Sandsend at the parking lot. Sometimes they can be of a good size, and usually have an enthusiastic struggle.
If you are fishing in one of the Whitby piers, then eagles and flavors may be in the main job. The mackerel bar on which a small mackerel counts takes into account the taste of the world at any time of the year. The far jetty is already seaweed and rough casting into the sea, but it throws up some very good cod in the right conditions.
The mussels and the razor are two very underdogs, as much as they do to me, both die well and the shell fish feel very good after the sea has left the good storm and has a good color.
& # 39; Darn Sarf & # 39; They rarely see them and have had a lot of discussions about the professional and congressional use of shellfish. Many guys stick to the big blow or the blacks. And he will not use more. One of the guys he sometimes fishes is like a big trout, and squid, a new bait below. I've tried some rags and other combinations, have flooded me several times, but until you've tried something out, who knows it will work or not?
I often keep some shells in a glass jar that is packed in flexible cotton ready for use. I found this better than trying to mount a hook when your hands are cold and damp. Plus, if they are in a glass bottle for a while, they tend to smell a bit and I think they're gentle or rancid, the better I'm honest.
I'm not a specialist on the subject, but with more than 40 years of experience behind me, I fish many areas on the English coast, I think I know a little about the subject. I spent the N / East Coast regularly for 20 years. It only limits "He who has to obey," just as most of us do! It is always a good idea to call in one of the local cleaning shops to find out how to fish and always book some top quality bait at the same time.
One thing I'm saying here is to remember if you want to catch a pier, a ripple or a pier. The last thing to do is loose that the fish is the season when it tries to lift it on its side. Get a decent "drop netting" or buy one or one of them, it's pretty simple on old bikes. Many years ago, at Saltburn Pier, I lost a fish, which was estimated to be around 20lbs, halfway up the pier and dropped.
I know it's fairly easy to estimate, but I always thought that the only person you're kidding with yourself is that it makes no sense to exaggerate! There was a three-liter cod below it, and I did not know it was there until the "knot" dropped.
I'm always wearing a net when fishing on a fishing gear, swamp or swamp when I'm fishing on a steep beach, I do not intend to lose good fish again and never. How many times have you read in the board or in the fishing press the fish that came during surfing when someone tried to catch it.
Whitby is a great place to fish in December.