Sorry no pics were taken, will click some next time i hook them.
We started casting around 6 in the morning, i was casting a Twisty and one of my friend a Rapala maxrap.
He got the first hit and immediately i also got a hit when my spoon was just 10-15 feet away from me. As there are rocks i slowed down my retrieve and this is when they hit.
I observed that after the initial cast the moment the spoon lands we should reel as fast as we can. The rod should be held high so that the spoon skims the surface. This gets their attention and they start to follow. Once you have their attention gradually show down the retrieve. They will hit after following good 20-30 feet.
The big ones above 2 Kg are good fun and jump quite a lot. you can also use cut sardines and mackerels under a float to target them if you dont fancy a spoon.
I am going to use a rope lure (without hooks) to target them next week. if you dont know what a rope lure is see this link you will get the idea.
I will make my rig within this week and also post pictures.
till then tight lines.