Pagham kiting??

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skymankite
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Pagham kiting??

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Got a house right on the beach at Pagham over easter. Near the car park at end of rough road. What's the local word on kiting that spot? I've seen some older threads on restrictions/no goes etc, but nothing recent. cheers!

BrightonSurf
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I have only been there when it is E or ENE which it is very good for. From what I understand you cant kite in the estuary but other than that it seemed you could do what you wanted. If you are staying there and it is SW I would go to East Wittering which is close by.

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As above, but just to add that witterings is about 30 mins from there and don't even think of kiting in the harbour/lagoon.

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and don't even think of kiting in the harbour/lagoon.


i get the bit about the harbour - wasn't heading there. What's wrong with lagoon?

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http://www.brackleshamboardriders.co.uk ... e%20A4.pdf
skymankite wrote:
and don't even think of kiting in the harbour/lagoon.


i get the bit about the harbour - wasn't heading there. What's wrong with lagoon?


The bird watchers!!! There is a bylaw as apparently we scare the birds off!

http://www.brackleshamboardriders.co.uk ... e%20A4.pdf

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