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Folk do fish from the harbour so worth trying but the rocks are better. Egerness point is a good spot if you don't mind a bit of a walk, can be sore on tackle though. Rigg Bay is good but is a big sandy bay rather than rock mark. Heading towards Isle of Whithorn, Dinnans point is ok but would suggest speaking to the farmer to see if he is happy for you to cross his land and also, if so, where would he like you to park.
 

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Never fished it before but had a trip there with the wife a few weeks ago. The stone breakwater looked fishy and is a mark I would have tried first. Two guys were fishing the end when we walked past but do not know how they done. The boulders on the breakwater looked like real "ankle breakers" !!!!
 

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Here you go,a picture is worth a thousand words as they say - the breakwater,two shots I took of it





We have also walked around Cruggleston Castle which lies between Garlieston and Whithorn. It really did scream pollack and wrasse to me and have been meaning to try it but have never got around to it YET :sun: All of the marks looked like difficult access mind !!!! so care required.

Here are two pictures of it





Hope this helps

John
 

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Thanks guys. I'll give you the low down on my return. Even packed a rod for the missus.

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