Harpo's right .. the top corners are the best spots as you can cast into much deeper water used by the waverly for docking. I dont think It makes much difference which side. If I cant get in the corners I prefer the left side as there is a small shallow gulley running parallel with the pier (you can see water running down it on the low tide) and there's some large patches of mud which have produced the odd dover sole. Whichever side I'm on I find short casts or fishing straight down more productive than blasting it out. Hope thats some help.
I fished the competition there on Sunday. There were codling showing but they were tiny .. well under size. Really weird whiting bites too. Last year I remember the bites were fierce rattling ones and the whiting mostly hooked themselves but on Sunday the bites were really timid and intermittent , lots of us had problems hooking them.
2 weeks ago, i was down the pier and getting bite after bite, only managed to hook 2 must have missed about 5 to 8 fish, strike after strike and no return, anyway should be going tommorow any else there?