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Lundy Island fishing off the coast of North Devon

During the summer months Anchorman 3 will venture to the Island of Lundy which provides some excellent fishing for species such as wrasse, whilst further out from Lundy, there are numerous wreckswhich hold good numbers of quality fish like Pollack, Cod and Tope.

Lundy Island lies at the mouth of the Bristol Channel, eleven miles off Hartland Point on the North Devon coast, its three miles long and half a mile wide, a place of outstanding natural beauty, skies full of birds and seas full of fish, the waters around it are England's only statutory Marine Nature Reserve.

Whilst the top of Lundy is reasonably flat, it has very steep sides. The west side of the island is exposed to the Atlantic Ocean and has considerably less vegetation than the more sheltered east side which faces the mainland. The rocky pools along the coast of Lundy are blessed with a wide variety of sea life, such as aneminoies, crabs, and corals.

Lundy is haven of puffins, its name comes from an old Norse word "lund" for "puffin", thirty-five bird species breed here each year, and over 280 unique species have been seen on the island.


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