should be mullet around in the harbour or try eggerness used to be quite good for flattie's it's a bit o a hike though as you cant take the car up to the farm (somebody parked across there gate's an blocked them in)
Good fishing throughout the area. If you go to Eggerness, which as you enter Gairleiston, turn left and drive round the bay, you come to a sign, " no vehicles beyond this point" This due to utter stupidity of visiting anglers.
Walk uphill along the concrete road, and just before you reach the farm, there is a gate on the right, climb over this and cross the **** at the big oak tree about 100 yds. down from the cottages. Go downhill till you reach the path, turn left and you will sea a wall going seawards, this is castle rock, dogs and mackerel. A walk of about 400 yds further in the same direction will take you to the Pikehorn. Lovely fishing stances both sides, dogs, mackerel and flats plus odd conger close in. Go further for a bit of adventure into unknown territory. Or take the path to the right, and after the wee bay, cut back and fish the concrete barges, same species. Moving inwards towards the harbour, take lots of weights as it can be a tackle graveyard. Buy a landranger map of the area and fish Palmallet, Sheddock, Dinnans and Cairnhead, all farms on the road to the Isle, but be very careful if it is raining and the rocks are wet.
If there's a bit of east in the wind, you should try Rigg Bay for bass - it's an easy walk from the caravan site - walk past the pier and down past the cottage on the sea front and there is a footpath all the way to rigg bay.