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Norfolk Sea Fishing Trips

Wells-Next-the-Sea, Norfolk

About us

Norfolk Sea Fishing Trips. Ben Riches of BJR Marine runs sea fishing trips, out of the small fishing port of Wells-Next-the-Sea on the North Norfolk Coast, a family run business with over 40 years of sea fishing trips under their belt. As the sea fishing trips out of the Norfolk coast increased in popularity, the family duo turned full time 5 years ago.

We operate from April to end November. During the summer months, sea fishing is a real treat for holiday goers with fishing trips between 3 and 10 hours. The Wells harbour is walking distance from Pinewoods Holiday Park. Wells-Next-the-Sea enjoys an abundance of wildlife supported by golden, sandy beaches.

The sandy beaches of Norfolk allow us to enjoy some of the UK’s best Tope fishing trips (Small Shark). If you’re visiting the Norfolk Coast or planning a small fishing holiday, a sea fishing trip on the Norfolk coast will a memorable highlight for many.

Our boat “Blue Waters” is fully insured and coded Cat 4 for 20 Miles. During the summer months (end May to end September), fishing trips are for Mackerel, Bass & Tope on the Full Day, and Mackerel on the half-day. (A lucky few may even get into a bass or two!)

Norfolk Sea Fishing Trips

About us

Norfolk Sea Fishing Trips. Ben Riches of BJR Marine runs sea fishing trips, out of the small fishing port of Wells-Next-the-Sea on the North Norfolk Coast, a family run business with over 40 years of sea fishing trips under their belt. As the sea fishing trips out of the Norfolk coast increased in popularity, the family duo turned full time 5 years ago.

We operate from April to end November. During the summer months, sea fishing is a real treat for holiday goers with fishing trips between 3 and 10 hours. The Wells harbour is walking distance from Pinewoods Holiday Park. Wells-Next-the-Sea enjoys an abundance of wildlife supported by golden, sandy beaches.

The sandy beaches of Norfolk allow us to enjoy some of the UK’s best Tope fishing trips (Small Shark). If you’re visiting the Norfolk Coast or planning a small fishing holiday, a sea fishing trip on the Norfolk coast will a memorable highlight for many.

Our boat “Blue Waters” is fully insured and coded Cat 4 for 20 Miles. During the summer months (end May to end September), fishing trips are for Mackerel, Bass & Tope on the Full Day, and Mackerel on the half-day. (A lucky few may even get into a bass or two!)

Norfolk Sea Fishing Trips

Our Prices

Mackerel Trips: 3-hour trips are Just £35 per head (Mackerel sea fishing trips). Ideal for novices or families looking to bring the children out and introduce them to the joys of sea fishing.  On our 3-hour trips rods, reels & tackle and bait provided if necessary.

Full-Day Trips: A 10 hour trip from one tide to the next is just £300 for a full boat hire you can take up to 6 people.  On our 10-hour trips rods, reels & tackle are provided if necessary, bait can be provided at an additional cost.

Wreck fishing: From £350: Full boat hire, you can take up to 6 people. On our wreck fishing trips rods & reels are provided if necessary but you must provide your own tackle & weights.

Trip durations can vary due to tides or weather conditions.

For your safety a range of life jackets is available.

Our Prices

Mackerel Trips: 3-hour trips are Just £35 per head (Mackerel sea fishing trips). Ideal for novices or families looking to bring the children out and introduce them to the joys of sea fishing.  On our 3-hour trips rods, reels & tackle and bait provided if necessary.

Full-Day Trips: A 10 hour trip from one tide to the next is just £300 for a full boat hire you can take up to 6 people.  On our 10-hour trips rods, reels & tackle are provided if necessary, bait can be provided at an additional cost.

Wreck fishing: From £350: Full boat hire, you can take up to 6 people. On our wreck fishing trips rods & reels are provided if necessary but you must provide your own tackle & weights.

Trip durations can vary due to tides or weather conditions.

For your safety a range of life jackets is available.

3 Hour Fishing Trip Departure Times

This timetable is for the 3-hour Mackerel Trips only. Trip departure and duration times can vary slightly due to tides or weather conditions.  Trips must be booked in advance by telephone or email.

THIS TIMETABLE IS IN THE PROCESS OF BEING UPDATED. PLEASE CALL OR EMAIL FOR THE LATEST TRIP INFORMATION.

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About Wells-next-the-Sea

Wells-next-the-Sea on the North Norfolk coast has been a port and a large natural safe-haven for ships and boats for at least 600 years. Protected by rare salt marshes behind a sand bar, the Port of Wells was one of England’s major harbours in Tudor times and a thriving, busy centre for shipping and maritime industry in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries when its stone quay was constructed, along with many of the large buildings and tiny yards and houses that still dominate the look and feel of the town.

Situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty, Wells plays host to thousands of holiday-makers and visitors almost all year round, making for a unique mix of people and activities. The long tradition of gillying (fishing for shore crabs) from the quayside is as popular as ever and Wells’ expansive beach with its oft-illustrated colourful beach-huts means that there are always people on, in or near the water. It may not be the noisy maelstrom of 100 or 150 years ago but the quayside remains a busy, active place where it’s fun to get involved or just to sit and watch all that’s going on.

There are fine restaurants, comfortable hotels, holiday lets, and cosy traditional pubs. Throughout the year you’ll find fairs and fetes, exhibitions, galleries, shows and other events to keep you entertained. An event not to missed is Wells Carnival Week.

About Wells-next-the-Sea

Wells-next-the-Sea on the North Norfolk coast has been a port and a large natural safe-haven for ships and boats for at least 600 years. Protected by rare salt marshes behind a sand bar, the Port of Wells was one of England’s major harbours in Tudor times and a thriving, busy centre for shipping and maritime industry in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries when its stone quay was constructed, along with many of the large buildings and tiny yards and houses that still dominate the look and feel of the town.

Situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty, Wells plays host to thousands of holiday-makers and visitors almost all year round, making for a unique mix of people and activities. The long tradition of gillying (fishing for shore crabs) from the quayside is as popular as ever and Wells’ expansive beach with its oft-illustrated colourful beach-huts means that there are always people on, in or near the water. It may not be the noisy maelstrom of 100 or 150 years ago but the quayside remains a busy, active place where it’s fun to get involved or just to sit and watch all that’s going on.

There are fine restaurants, comfortable hotels, holiday lets, and cosy traditional pubs. Throughout the year you’ll find fairs and fetes, exhibitions, galleries, shows and other events to keep you entertained. An event not to missed is Wells Carnival Week.

Find Us

Out boat “Whitby Crest” is moored at Wells-next-the-Sea

Contact Us

BJR Marine
Norfolk Sea Fishing Trips
West Quay,
Wells-next-the Sea,
Norfolk
NR23 1AT
Tel: 07990 518337

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