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Roome Bay

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Ruddon's Point
Kincraig Pont
Chainwalk
Elie Granary
Elie Lighthouse
Lady's Tower
St Monans
The Bell's Goat
Sandy Craig
West Harbour
Pittenweem
Pan Brae
Johnny Doo's Pulpit
White Pier
The Hynd
Red Pier
Sorlands
Cellardyke Rocks
The Candles
Cellardyke Harbour
Scoot Skelly
Caiplie Rocks
Crail Rocks
Crail Harbour
Roome Bay
Kilminning Rocks
Gallery
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Gallery 3
Gallery 4
Rigs
More Rigs
Salting Lugworm

 
How To Get There
 
Get to Crail as described in previous pages,and look for a turn-off in the town beside the Golf Hotel.You're leaving the main road here and heading towards Fife Ness which is on the signpost along with Roome Bay at this junction.
 
As you head along this road,there is a turn-off to your right about 400 yards along,right after a big dip in the road.It's well marked Roome Bay so you won't miss it.Follow down this road about a hunderd yards,and you'll see the sea on your right. there is usually ample street parking along here. Your mark is on the left of the bay in front of you.

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Roome Bay From Parking Place
 
These rocks are worth fishing in the summer,but should be avoided in the winter.The tide has to be kept an eye on here too,and only experienced rock anglers should probably attempt this mark.The ground is mixed and you can expect cod,wrasse and coley but being summer fish they probably won't exceed 3lbs or so.