The rocks on the southern side of Ceibwr Bay provide excellent float fishing and spinning. Mackerel, pollack and wrasse are plentiful either side of high tide, while flounders can be caught on ragworm or lugworm baits cast out. Bass move in on spring tides and can be taken by spinning or float fishing with peeler crab. This area is popular with walkers and so it is unsafe for fly fishing at busy times.

From the A487 take the B4582, then follow the signs to “Trewyddel” (Moylgrove). Ceibwr is signposted from here. There is limited roadside parking for a few cars above the bay.

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