Center mapReset map Red Wharf Bay (Traeth Coch) is sandy with occasional shingle and a deep gully to the west of the village. Fish caught include bass, coalfish, dabs, dogfish, whiting. On the A5025, take the signposted turn for Red Wharf Bay between Pentraeth and...
Center mapReset map Porth Clais, also known as Porthclais, has fishing from a long rocky inlet. There is a harbour and rock ledges. The rock marks are not easy to access and are not for the less agile. Local advice should be sought. Fishing from the harbour is easier,...
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Welsh Dee Rivers Trust Winter Report 2018
The Welsh Dee Rivers Trust have just released their latest seasonal newsletter. It should make for interesting reading to game and coarse anglers alike. And not just those anglers who enjoy the Dee catchment …
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