In light of Scuppers question I thought that I might put a couple of maps up of places we could venture.
Map 1 is of Bird Is. I have not fished here myself but yesterday I spoke the guys at Compleat Angler. On the map they were saying that best bet is to take the road marked B. on the map. This will get you very close to the main points of interest. Road A. will get you to within about 1km. I will have to get exact instructions. The guys said that if you head out past the mangrove area and on to the rocky island at the end, you will catch salmon, kingfish, whiting, drummer and tommies + your reef fish. They said to be careful of the tide as it rips over the rocks and they see the occasional shark out there also. Closer in there is whiting, gar, ST's, crabs, squid and snook to be had on the shallower areas.
Map 2 is of Riley. I have put down 3 possible launching areas. I have not kayak fished up here yet but I LBF regularly, and I know the fishing can be excellent. Spot A. is probably our best shot as there is plenty of room to park the fleet. This will give us a shot at Black Rock which is a very good reef area that is a good spot for snapper. Spot B. has smaller area to park but could be worth a try. It would give us access to my spot x that has this year produced a 6kg, and a number of around 40 - 45cm ruggers. There has been at least 1 10kg, and another couple of around 6kg snapper caught here. There are lots of squid and often large schools of salmon. I have spoken to an old timer who said that the area used to be very good for big whiting also. Spot A. is the Pt itself. This would give us access to the hut which you will often hear about in the paper/fishing reports etc. I am not sure how far it is off the shore but apparently there are some nice holes that are quite close. Those with sounders should be able to assist. Directly off the hut is a great squid fishing ground that a lot of locals fish. South of Riley there are lots of good squid fishing also.
Aside from that we could fish Wallaroo bay, which would be more of a specticle for the locals. But there are some good snook, whiting, gar and squid to be caught. The marina has started to pick up for bream and sometimes you will see kingfish, mulloway and salmon trout caught here. And of course the jetty. A few legal snapper caught at night at the moment, even though my fish yesterday at the jetty, saw me mixing company with seals and dolphins.
There is also Cape Elizabeth.