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By David Elliott

Sea Bass fishing off Newhaven on the wrecks and on the inshore ground can offer some great Bass fishing. Bob Nye came out on an inshore sea Bass fishing trip and caught his biggest Bass of 10lb. It was his new personal best and was caught on squid bait, at anchor. This Bass gave Bob a cracking fight, especially when it hit the surface as it screamed off a few times taking line.

While sea Bass fishing on the wrecks, we can also use live baits as they work quite well or small red gills while drifting over the wrecks. When drifting over the wrecks while sea Bass fishing we would use the ‘gilling’ technique using an 8oz lead with a 10ft flowing trace to your gill or your live bait. When using the the gill, you have to wind and work it, whereas the live bait you would need to keep it as close to the wreck as you dare. Long drifts under the cliffs with live bait can also be very productive for the large Bass, as the ground under the cliffs is very rocky and has big banks and large gullies around the Beachy Head area. Sea Bass fishing can be a game of patience, but worth it.

If you are looking for a day out on a sea Bass fishing trip, try David Elliott on the Newhaven Ocean Warrior 3. Sea Bass fishing is an art and can be hard going especially if you have no experience in Bass fishing, but, we all have to learn somehow, so why not come out and give it a try.

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