Same as most places really. Flatties like lug (slightly old is better i have found), ragworm with a bit od squid to tip it off. Off the rocks pollock, coalfish, codling and wrasse will fall for most baits like squid, mussel, mackerel and lug.tangler said:what sort of species/baits work?
If you fish the sea side of the bridge crossing the river then you do not require a permit. Its only from the bridge upstreamcharic said:I`ve seen local kids in the past taking dinner plate sized flatties from the mouth of the River Lossie opposite the shop/pub, but have`nt had much luck there, plus permits are required for the River
Would like to point out to MR UCodfather that I never actually said that I have caught much flatfish. Also the marigolds were actually 'Serine inhibitors'ultimatecodfather said:Hi Guys
Dont listen to sciroccoGTX he speaks about flatties, just ask him how many he has caught from the shore!!!!! 9 times out of ten that dude catches nowt. hes so deranged hes even tried fishing while wearing marigolds. He thought for a while that maybe he smelled a tad too bad for the fish, hence the marigolds.