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Bexhill has its own fishing club (Bexhill Sea Angling Club) situated under Galley Hill on the east side of the town which boasts 150 members, and a well-run tackle shop, Hook Line and Sinker, situated in the town centre. The town is also home to the Bexhill Sea Angling Festival which attracts 20,000 people to the seafront event and a series of angling competitions running through the month pf September. The Festival is run by the angling club and local volunteers and is supported by Rother District Council.
Beach venues include Lords Rock (in front of the Sackville Hotel, South Cliff in Cooden, groyne 66 in front of the De La Warr Pavillion and Herbrand Walk which fishes particularly well in the autumn and winter.
Hook Line and Sinker
Bexhill on Sea
Bexhill Sea Angling Club
Bexhill is a much underrated beach angling venue with some interesting intertidal sandstone reefs which make it a great venue for summer and autumn bass fishing. Although it is part of a bay stretching from Faiirlight to Beachy Head it features a series of shingle beaches running on o sand and low sandstone rocks.