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I fish this area...LOADS.... biggest ive had on a plug there is 8lb...nothing you can do about that wave, what so ever, but just turn and drag the bass up the steep bank, very quickly!! the problem is, its not like a crumbling wave, where you can bring in the bass with it, as if you use that wave at loe bar you will lose the bass 9 times out of 10, as it just dumps the bass and dislodges the plug free....doh.

If you wait for the wave to break then try to bring in the bass, the backwash will drag the bass back...so timing and practice there mate. There is one really productive section of that beach tho, if you can find it!! :bangin:
 

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On calm days...u need to stay far far left of the beach

On days where that first wave is working, you need to get a plug to the back of the wave, then work it there.... So best if you cast diagonally, say 45 degrees, this should keep you on the money .
 
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