At the start of my latest blog, you catch me on the hunt for bass on the lure again. After the success of the last trip I was keen to get back on the beach and cast some plastic about. It was two weeks from my last trip, so the tides were spot on again for an early morning start. High water was about two hours after first light, so I started out from home an hour before dawn. On arrival I parked up and then started the walk along the shingle to where I was going to start. The sea looked ok, but there wasn’t as much clarity as I was hoping. I started off casting a Live Target yearling lure which would dive down to about 6 feet and has a great action. There wasn't much happening to start with but as I got to a favourite spot I saw some commotion about a hundred yards uptide so I stood there for a few seconds to see what was going on. After a minute or so I saw a couple of bass jump clear of the water with some other disturbance on the surface so I quickly made my way over to there and changed over to a Toby lure as I needed to cast out further, to where it was all kicking off .