Bossington is a steeply sloping beach made up of rounded boulders and large pebbles. It can therefore be pretty tackle hungry and you can expect some losses.
Situated at the eastern and of Porlock Bay, with Porlock Weir at the other end. There is parking at the top of the beach, but the way in is a little rough along a track.
This track is now locked, so park in Bossington and walk the track!
Take the A39 from Minehead heading out towards Porlock, turn right into Bossington and negotiate the very picturesque village, carry on along this road towards the sea. As you start to leave the village there is a junction, signed left to Porlock. At this point carry on to the track ahead of you, slowly, its narrow and bumpy. The car parking area is at the end of the track.
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This is a large pebble beach and you will expect to loose some kit.
Because it is steeply shelving most anglers fish the outgoing ebb tide for a couple of hours and the incoming flood for an hour or so after low water.