You can walk to the castle at low water, but the tide cuts it off from about 3 hours before high. IN which case you can get the 'Puddleducks' over to it (kind of amphibious people carriers). As you look at the image, the compass points are correct, and the wind was pummelling in from the west, making it very tricky to fish that side. Chris (Squid) stuck it out into the teeth of it though, and it paid off for him.
Well done guys,good fishing.Its Elizabeth castle just outside Jersey harbour,its a great venue that has produced many good fish over the years, including specimen Bass,Wrasse,Pollock,Bream,Conger,Undulate ray,Garfish,Mackerel
Mullet,Plaice,Trigger fish & probably others i've not heard about.
My first fish was about a pound and a bit (not in the photos, Jamo should have one though). It followed the XLayer over a ledge below me into about 2ft of water, I stopped the lure and it nailed it. Great stuff.
When I eventually found the fish I missed so many bites, at one point one a cast, and lost a couple of fish. One packet of Emeraude XLayers toasted. Crazy fun.