Structure seems a lot different to me between the md side and the va side. I’m not claiming to be an expert or know for sure. Maryland is big and a lot of it looks the same to me with a defined inner and outer bar. When I fish there I look for places with breaks in the bar and humps or shoals in between, but I don’t fish it very often and I think local knowledge of certain areas is big up there. I usually fish the Virginia side. Honestly I don’t think there is many “bad” places on the south end but it is much smaller. Plenty of deep water right off the beach and lots of humps and bumps in between. I put my big rod out as far as I can with a head usually. My other rods it depends I’ll stagger or sometimes throw them all long. I think the most important thing is fresh bait, like catching it while you are there and putting it on the hook. Of course gear is important but that’s a different discussion. I fished for 3 years befor I got a big one and then I got four in one year ( last year) I think everyone is pretty special but the first one is amazing. always learning and I spent a lot of time on the field ,some guys will say distance doesn’t matter but I’d rather be able to throw it long than sit on the beach wondering. Good luck to ya .