The Usual clouser minnows were our flies of choice.
It was quiet for the first couple of hours , and eventually i found the need to explore other areas. Changing to a fast sinker and casting for perhaps a pollack? That lasted all but five minutes and i then decided to go and see how Brian was getting on . When i eventually got back to him , after changing back to my intermediate, he told me he had just had one. Result!
It wasn't exactly lots happening. Thats until i moved , finding a wee unoccupied corner i managed to sneak in amongst the ranks of "combat anglers " fishing there controller float rubber eel set-ups, and the sport became hectic much to the bemusement of some.
Brian was getting sport too!
A good days fishing , a nice change! Just a note to myself " although it was a largely calm sea the swell coming over the reef was at times pretty big also, it was a spring tide" never can give the sea enough respect and you cant watch those waves enough as well as being aware if wading what is behind you as you dont want a wave to wash you in a pothole.
Hopefully wont be too long before we get another bite of the cherry although it will be very weather dependant.