So the mackerel on both arms ……
there were a few on the east bend caught & pictured (approx 12) and 4 or 5 on the west over last day or 2.
No real round up for the east as not have much info , the west wall couple of days went .. sunny one day wet & grubby Wednesday. Plaice & bream the mainstay, a mullet on the low bays but over all slow going.
On a brighter note, the rush to the sea to fish the walls is easing as people get a little calmer. The east is still busy early and there are usually a few waiting to get on the west.
The reality now is it is back to being tide governed & most show up to fish high tides. The result , the walls ease off & morning high tides will be packed on both walls on a weekend. Things slow up as the tide drops & people leave as the tide turns resulting in plenty of space. That said , please, assume if you arrive on high tide you will need to hunt a free spot.