Swanage Dorset UK GPS Fishing Spots (14040+)

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Download over 14040+ fishing spots in Swanage, Dorset, UK. We have the best Swanage fishing spots. Tired of fishing the same spots? Our files contain artificial and natural reefs, buoys, ledges, rocks, shipwrecks, and many other types of structures that hold fish, in a 100 miles radius of Swanage.

We provide the native files for your Garmin (*.gdb), Humminbird (*.hwr), Lowrance (*.usr), Raymarine (*.rwf), and more. We also provide a GPX and KML file for Swanage that you can download and easily import straight into your handheld, car or boat GPS, Android, iPhone, Google Earth and more. The GPX file works with most of the late module GPS units using a SD card, or with manufacturer software. The KML file can be viewed with Google Earth on your PC, Android, or iPhone.

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Top 25 Swanage Fishing Spots

Here are the top 25 most popular fishing spots in a 30 mile (48 km) radius of Swanage:

  1. Countess of Erne
    Type : paddle steamerHull material : iron Size : 830 tonnesLength : 80 mSunk : 1935Cause : holed on inner harbour wallDepth Shallowest Deepest Top : 6 m 0 m Deck : 0 m 0 m Bed

  2. M2
    Type : submarineBuilt : 1918 Length : 98 mSunk : 1932Depth Shallowest Deepest Top : 29 m 0 m Deck : 0 m 0 m Bed : 35 m 0 m Lying : UprightCondition : Intact Seabed Type : Sand

  3. Caroline Susan

  4. Kyarra
    Type : Steam cruiserHull material : steel Size : 4383 tonnesLength : 138 mBeam : 17.5 m Sunk : 1918.05.05Cause : torpedoedDate Found : 1967 Depth Shallowest Deepest Top : 25 m

  5. Bournemouth Pier, twice

  6. Portland Ledge
    Portland Ledge

  7. Basingstoke Bump, off Worbarrow Tout, Mupe Bay
    A rocky reef (escarpment) running approximately NE-SW with the end turning towards the south. The SE facing side is a steep slope of broken rock forming cobbles and small bou

  8. SS Castlereagh (aka Firth Fisher)
    Type : Cargo steamerHull material : iron Length : 60 mBeam : 10 approx m Sunk : 1925 Cause : Date Found : 1967 Depth Shallowest Deepest Top : 30 m 31 m Deck : 33 m 34 m Bed :

  9. St. Dunstan
    Type : Dredger/mine sweeperHull material : iron Length : 66 mSunk : 1917Cause : mineDepth Shallowest Deepest Top : 26 m 0 m Deck : 0 m 0 m Bed : 30 m 0 m Orientation : SLying

  10. Ledge

  11. Luis
    Type : steamerBuilt : 1916 Size : 2484 tonnesLength : 127 mBeam : 18 mSunk : 1918.04.12Cause : 2 torpedoes from UC-71Depth Shallowest Deepest Top : 13 m 0 m Deck : 0 m 0 m Bed

  12. Ehen
    Ehen 50.549170000 -2.465170000

  13. Chesil Cove, Portland, Dorset

  14. Aeolean Sky
    Type : cargoHull material : steel Size : 16 tonnesSunk : 1979 Depth: Shallowest Deepest Top : 20 m 0 m Deck : 20 m 35 m Bed : 32 m 36 m Artifacts : Landrovers & general goods

  15. Outer Stennis Ledges Site 1, Lyme Bay, Dorset

  16. Bouldnor (BC2), north west Isle of Wight (Yarmouth-Cowes rMCZ)

  17. A3

  18. Salsette

  19. St Dunstan

  20. Outer Stennis Ledges Site 2, Lyme Bay, Dorset

  21. Minerve

  22. Landing Craft
    Landing Craft 50.594330000 -2.340670000

  23. Albert C. Field
    Type : freighterHull material : steel Size : 1764 tonnesLength : 77 mBeam : 13 m Sunk : 18/06/1944Cause : torpedoed by aircraft Depth Bed : 38 m Condition : Scattered pieces A

  24. Sidon
    Type : SubmarineLength : 50 approx mDepth Shallowest Deepest Top : 0 m 0 m Deck : 0 m 0 m Bed : 35 m 0 m Notes : The Sidon was an S class submarine which is in fact not define

  25. Clay rocks, Portland west
    Medium sized boulders on sand and gravel at 18m bsl on exposed side of Portland Bill. Life apparent in sediment and turf on boulders. pipe hydroids observed on rocks. 50.53890

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Latest Swanage Fishing Spots

We are constantly adding new fishing spots and updating existing spots with new information. Here are the are the latest fishing spots around Swanage
  1. Gray Triggerfish

  2. Gray Triggerfish

  3. Gray Triggerfish

  4. Gray Triggerfish

  5. Gray Triggerfish

  6. Gray Triggerfish

  7. Gray Triggerfish

  8. Gray Triggerfish

  9. Gray Triggerfish

  10. Atlantic Salmon

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