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Hi. For Pollack spinning, in my opinion you can't beat deep spinning with a natural sandeel. Its a popular method down here in Cornwall. One plug pattern I have personally found to be effective is the Rapala Shadrap in the Firetiger colours. Also found that dark coloured jellyworms work well (the ones with a flat tail). Hope this helps.

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Weeverboy says it all bass, I couldnt have answered it better :D allthough on rocky ground I prefer using jellyworms,there just as effective and there cheap if you are going to loose tackle on rough/kelpy ground
 

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A silver metal lure such as the ABU Koster or Toby casts well and are good for distance - they also pick up mackerel if theres any about - substitue the treble for a single hook if in snaggy area.

Rubber eels/shads as suggested work well if fishing amongst kelp - cheaper to lose ;(

Rapalas are good - though very expensive to lose and not so good for distance.
 

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Make sure you have at least one Dexter wedge in your lure box.
It may be an old faithful but it often catches when nothing else is working.
Casts like a bullewt as well.
Terry F.
 
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