Langstone Harbour Entrance
Langstone Harbour Entrance is a challenging mark, but the reward is there if you're willing to put in the work. Getting there is easy - there's a large pay and display car park right next to the water, so no long walks necessary. Do be aware that the area is popular with beachgoers in the summer months, so you may need to be flexible on where you set up.
The tides here are strong, and you will need to take that into account with tackle and leads that can deal with the conditions. Feathers and lures can be productive in summer months for anglers travelling light. The usual baits work well here, but it's a mark that rewards variety as different baits work on different days. Crab can also be a problem, so it often pays to pair ragworm with squid to give it a little more durability!
As for species, you can expect plenty of bass and mackerel in the summer months, as well as smoothhound on crab baits. The water gets deep very quickly, so there's no need to be the best caster in the world. In the winter, the usual whiting and pouting show in decent numbers, as well as codling.
Langstone Harbour Entrance is a popular mark, especially during the summer months. It's well worth a visit if you're willing to brave the tides as the fish here put up a hell of a fight!