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me and my mate going to marloes on tuesday, any1 got any tips/help as its my first time there. its gonna be sunnyish so gonna need deepish water maybe.
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Having fished there a few times, I hope this will help.

It is the type of venue where you can find a secluded cove to dunk your worm. It will lend itdelf to any style of fishing that you want to do. I normally float fish there, close to the kelp bed that exist in some of the coves. You will most probably catch, although anything can turn up.

Pollack < a nice red colour due to the kelp
Wrasse
Mackerel
Not to sure about garfish
Bass

I know of at least 1 tope from that area, but, that was 2 years ago.

Baits that I have used there:

Mackerel
Sandeel < both live and frozen
Ragworm
Baby Squid

And maybe you can try something else like crab!

It is also a location where in some of the coves you are at the waters edge, the water is nice and clear there and in some places deep!

Hope that helps
 

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cheers,
bought peelers, mackerel, sandeel and rag
plan to fish 1 rod on bottom and other spinning/floating and freelining a crab.
target fish is pollack and wrasse
 
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MaJeeKa said:
cheers,
bought peelers, mackerel, sandeel and rag
plan to fish 1 rod on bottom and other spinning/floating and freelining a crab.
target fish is pollack and wrasse
If the weather is right, you will catch them. As I have said, last time I caught pollack from there, they were a nice red colour. Also seen some nice Wrasse from there.

M<y friend lost a big fish there, he couldn't even turn it, the fish swam right under the platform I was on, no more than 12" out, it was a decent size. He has also caught mackerel on float fished ragworm!

Just watch out for "Sammy the Sodding Seal" and the divers
 
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