I haven't fished that area before but the same basics apply in most if not all areas.
Spend time on the water. Keep record of the time spent. Stage of tide, wind, water clarity, temp. Even if you do not catch you can learn from this too. (Courtesy of JimH
Vary the speeds of your retrieve. Some people retrieve too quickly. If you think you are going slow enough go slower.
Vary your lures. You'll learn that some lures work better at different stages of the tide or time if the day.
Make note of this too.
Try a mullet Feed Shallow. Simple to use as it's just a straight retrieve but it's a very effective lure.
Don't go out and buy every lure or bit of tackle out there because you saw it on someone's website. Online blogs can be often promoting lures/gear as they have a vested interest.
My box has less than 20 lure types of which a dozen, if even, get most use.
Learn your stretch of water. A visit to the area at low tide can reveal useful information on Rocky areas, channels, weed banks etc. Make note of areas like this as these are where the fish lie.
Keep fishing. You will learn much much more from your own days out fishing even the days you don't catch. Just learn from your experience on the water.
Enjoy it. Don't beat yourself up if you blank. Everyone blanks. If you were to hook into fish every outing it would be called "Catching" and not "Fishing".