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night fishing holyhead

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anyone got any good tips for night fishing on the breakwater in holyhead thanks.



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Use 3/0 hooks on the outer wall as there are some good conger about, the best guy to advise you is AH as he is a local and fishes it regularly.

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thanks keith

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I have copied this to the welsh forum
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cheers keith i'm new to this lol

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Post by plank »

just watch out for the little scarab type bettles ther`s millions of the buggers
it looks like the wall is moving when you see em run


have fun and catch lots of fishes

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thanks for that alan will do..lol

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Post by AH »

Plenty of Pollack, Wrasse, Pout and Conger off the back wall but it's a graveyard for tackle. My choice of mark on the Breakwater for a night fishing session would be on the End to left of the Lighthouse. If you take two rods drop one in close for Conger and Huss. The only problem with fishing the end is that the tide rips over High Water. Fishing over low water is more productive. Best baits are Rag, Lug, Sandeel and Peeler if your lucky. Impact leads and Blackpool Rigs do the job. Tons of pin Whiting about, so maybe try a bigger bait, you never know. I've caught Smoothy, Conger and Ling from this mark in the past 10 years. Codling are caught off here but are few and far between. If you want a decent fish then target Huss or Conger you stand a better chance.

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cheers for that AH
much appreciated

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