Cemaes Bay - Anglesey - North Wales

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Cemaes Bay - Anglesey - North Wales

Post by Biff0r »

We are off end of October 2009 for a mix of boat and beach/rocks activities.

Anyone got any marks, places that you can recommend trying out. There will be six of us, all novice sea anglers, but ok with coarse fishing.

Thanks in advance and hi there :p



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Post by AH »

October is a good time for fishing on Anglesey. The beaches should produce Coalie, Whiting and Bass. The rock ledges will produce Dogs, Huss, Whiting, Conger and occasional Codling. Worms baits are effective and blast frozen eels are a killer for the Whiting. With regard to fishing marks well it all depends on the weather, if your blown off on the south of Anglesey then move to the north or east of the Island. Menai Straits is a good place and sheltered, basically just find a route down to the Straits and fish anywhere. My choice mark's on the South would be Llandwyn Island and on the North Cemlyn Bay. Hope that helps mate.

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Post by Ben_HSAC »

Will be taking our yearly 350 miles trip to Pwllheli tomorrow and may be fishing on Anglesey during the week so will let you know if we have any luck!

Sounds like a good report from AH though! :D

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yeah, sounds all good, looking forward to it as date is getting closer, staying North near Cemaes Bay

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From all the reports I have had Bull bay and Red warf bay are a couple of hotspots. If as you say most are novices then Holyhead breakwater can be a good introduction.
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