Sea Fishing Shore Marks In Wales

 

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A random selection of Welsh shore marks to browse through

in no particular order!

Worms Head

Worms Head is a series of rock marks, fishing onto rocky, sandy or mixed bottom, depending on the mark being fished. Fishers must be aware of the tides. The western side of the Worm is steeper and deeper than the eastern and is preferred. Famous for bass (especially...

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Langland Bay

Langland Bay is a sandy beach with rocks at either end. Fishing is onto a mixed sandy and rocky bottom. This bay is not as popular as others close by due to the presence of surfers. Fish caught include smoothound, bass, mackerel, flatfish, whiting, codling, garfish,...

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Rhossili Bay

Rhossili Bay is a sandy beach with rocks at either end. The best known rock mark is Rhossili Ledges which are the northern end of the bay. Fishing is onto a bottom similar to the mark being fished. Fish caught include smoothound, bass, mackerel, flatfish, whiting,...

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Oxwich Bay

Oxwich Bay is a sandy beach with rocks at either end. Fishing is onto a bottom similar to the mark being fished. Fish caught include smoothound, bass, mackerel, flatfish, whiting, codling, garfish, dogfish, wrasse, conger, bream, trigger fish, mullet, pollack, plaice....

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