I fished Saturday and started about 12 with high tide around 2.30, packed up at 2.45. I was literally a bite a cast, but it was getting a bit boring because all I seem to be getting was wrasse, better than nothing. I did see a few mack come out, but not at the quantities that I have seen at the Admiralty. The previous time I was here, the bites fizzled out at high tide, I generally don't fish much after high tide, I only get the green card for a few hours from the other half (She hates me fishing).lucky said:Hi greenturnips - what time were you down there? My mate and I got there about 2pm last Sunday and fished through to about 6pm and caught nothing. Didn't really want to be there at high tide (about 3.30pm ) but it was the only time we could get away. A few guys who had been there earlier had caught a few wrasse and one coalfish but in the four hours we were there I only saw one Mackerel pulled out although there was quite a few people we passed as we made our way down towards the Dover end casting feathers. Decided to pack up and leave about 6.15 (closing time was 7.15 anyway and we were the last two on the wall) when the tide was a few hours into the ebb. Unfortunately the conditions were really starting to feel better for fishing then and in future if possible I personally would try to fish this venue a few hours into the ebb until just after low tide. What do you think?
By the way did you manage to work out the peg numbers?