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What's the best bait choice? Roe, blades, jigs, prawn or roe bags? I'm heading there next Sundays for some scouting. Any info is appreciated. I know I've seen threads where they say wool works well, but I never get a nibble on it. Thanks.

Wool does work really well actually. You just got to make sure your proportions are correct. Have a nice clean cut on both ends as well so there is not trailing wool. try red/white, peach/pink, red, or pink/white. I find the combo's work better , you can't even imagine the colours ill chuck out there when nothing is working and get a hit. Jigs work well to.
Ill be there next weekend as well, once i get back from the ocean.

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