I'm from the South Coast Forum and have a question regarding your rock reefs at Sea Palling. We have a series of rock reef sea defences in Sussex at Elmer, Bognor Regis. We have 8 of them running parallel with the shore line. Ours are about 1/2 the distance out into the sea and each one is shorter and closer than yours at Sea Palling. The reefs have produced the same type of semicircular basins between the reefs as at Sea Palling. My question is have any of you fished into or from these reefs successfully. If so how have you tackled this location. On the South Coast forum this question crops up regularly every year and no one has come up with an answer. It might be that at Elmer there are several expensive private estates with public parking some 2 miles or more distance. Elmer doesn't like visitors it seems. If you do fish your reefs do you fish out to the rocks, between the rock reefs or sit on the rocks and fish on the outside. We are beginning to think the Elmer rocks are the South Coast's best kept secret with Bass, Bream and Eels in abundance. Your East coast experience would be helpful and thanks for any info.