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John You must realise that pollack and wrass live in rough ground, if you want to catch them you have to cast into it.To minimise tackle losses try a rotten bottom rig. Or try foat fishing and set your depth just above that of the bottom . I have fished there and caght good numbers of wrasse and pollack by float fishing also if you can clar the rough ground you will pick up good bull huss.
 

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last time I fished there was 10 years ago we fished down below the bird observatory.As far as I remember it was ok there not very comfortable fishing though.We fished an all night comp got scared sh***less about 5 in the morning when we came back up the cliff and there were about 20-30 bird watchers in the observatory. As I remember there were a few good sized conger weighed in along with wrasse, rockling, pollack, and bullhuss.
 
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