It is a tricky spot to fish from – only a fair weather mark. Follow the road down as there is a small car park down from the lighthouse. Please respect the privacy and signs. You can walk around the lighthouse to the rock marks on the far side. There is a very deep cleft almost directly underneath the lighthouse and some more marks further east. Species & Techniques: Mackerel Pollack and Bass will all fall to spinning gear, the latter being quite rare. With the rough ground there is you would expect that float fishing will produce Wrasse as well. Bottom fishing off this point will produce Pollack, Rockling right on the bottom on an unadorned (no sequins beads etc.) baited hook, Wrasse and the odd Conger Eel.
Midleton, County Cork , GB