COME AND VISIT US AND CHECK OUT
OUR NEW STOCK OR JUST POP IN
TO SAY HELLO!

THERE ARE LOADS OF BARGAINS AND
ALWAYS A WIDE RANGE OF TACKLE
AND BAITS.

ABOUT US

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East Coast Tackle has been supplying fishermen and women up and down the East Coast with all their angling needs including fresh baits and tackle since 1995.

Previously owned by Keith Lamming, the busy shop is now owned and operated by Nic Burton who is a regular competitor and keen coarse fishing enthusiast who has been planning the take over of the shop for some time. She has already negotiated with some of the industry's top suppliers to bring many exciting new products with fantastic discounts to the huge range of tackle the shop already stocks.

Whether you are an experienced angler or a novice to the sport, you can be sure that the shop is bursting to the seams with discounted tackle and is backed up by years of experience and honest friendly advice.

Nic looks forward to seeing you and hopes to meet customers old and new!

FIND US

We are situated in the seaside town of Hornsea on the East Coast of Yorkshire.

Once you are in Hornsea we are easy to find and there is a free short stay car park next to Heron Foods just a minutes walk from the shop.

East Coast Tackle, 1b Willow Drive, Hornsea HU18 1DA

Tel: 01964 535064 or 07952 915963

We have placed the map below for your convenience but please feel free to call us if you need directions at any stage of your journey.

OPENING HOURS

We are open 8.00am - 5.00pm
Monday to Saturday. 

OUR BRANDS

We try and stock a wide choice of product at reasonable prices and can normally obtain specific items within a few days.

If you don't see what you want in the shop, please just ask and we will be pleased to assist you.

Some of the brands that we currently stock are shown below:

shakespeare
Akios
anyfishanywhere
bait-tech
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dynamite-baits-hornsea
gemini-hornsea
leeds-hornsea
penn-hornsea
preston-innovations-hornsea
sonubaits-hornsea

CONTACT US

Address

East Coast Tackle
1b Willows Drive,
Hornsea HU18 1BA

Phone Number

P: 01964 535064

Email

Please fill out the contact form on this page and we will be in touch shortly.

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Westerly picking up, still plenty of colour.
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Still a nice sea for hounds 😎👍

Ye my dogs enjoyed it 🤣🤣

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Westerly breeze, few doggies coming out.
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No breeze and already very warm.
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Another beautiful day in the bush!!!

Where is this

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Westerly breeze, light drizzle.
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Price drop:
pre-lockdown £3.50 & £2.45.
Post lockdown £3.25 & £2.25.
We are working hard to drive our prices down and keep you guys fishing.
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Price drop:
pre-lockdown £3.50 & £2.45.
Post lockdown £3.25 & £2.25. 
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Thanks for packs of squid and those blacks Nic this afternoon, keep safe .

Hand pack got about 5 in. Other pack got between 8 and 10 in depending on size.

What size are the packs please

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Westerly breeze few rollers.
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Open 8am until 3pm Monday to Saturday.
Plenty of bait in stock.
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Beautiful south westerly breeze. ...

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Thanks Nik, your posts are really cheering me up...keep them coming...we cant wait to get back over...

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Cool westerly but looking good.
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Roll on weekend be good for hounds👍

Roll on Friday

Fran Harrison.... here you go!"

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Strong northerly whipped up, 🥪💤♾🎣 stay safe. ...

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According to the public we are allowed in withernsea hornsea Bridlington Scarborough and Whitby where do we go

why would u wana go in that sea anyway

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