llangennith/rhosilli beach , i would expect flounders to be making a return to the beaches especially there and schoolies will be about to make up the fun. running ledger or two hook flapper and harbour rag ,razor on a bass rod or your beachcasters will suffice
Mostly light tackle with maddys a killer bait for flats bass mullet. From low water up on small mid tides in the dark much better for bass.if u wana try the island at Burry homes crab bait in gullies go in daylight bit dodgy in dark
All very good information . The whole area is very popular with local anglers and most post their catch reports on here so you can use them as a good guide plus check the sticky thread about conditions very good upto date info on there. If the weather stays mild I would like to think the bass will be around early looking for crabs and fry so some of the rock marks will be worth a try with lures and peeler crab. DON'T attempt these rocks marks especially Worm's Head without some local help ,there are quite a few guys on here who could show you around if you give them some notice when you're thinking of going . Hope this all helps.
Thanks for all the advice. I had to fish around family activities and only managed an afternoon on the beach at Port Eynon on Saturday. I was advised to move along to Horton which I did. There were three other rods fishing there, but I did not see any fish brought to the beach. I must mention the two guys in Basstastic who sold me the bait, they were very helpful and I wish my local tackle shop had as good range of kit as well laid out to view. Back home now and hoping for a run of spring cod on the east coast - I'm fed up with pin whiting!