Trearddur Bay has fishing from several rock marks, of which Raven’s Point is the best known.

Raven’s Point fishes onto a mixed, rocky bottom.

Fish include pollack, coalfish, mackerel, dogfish, whiting, bass, flatties, codling, dabs, bullhuss, conger.

Exit the A55 at Junction 2, following the signs to “Bae Trearddur” (Trearddur Bay), first on the A5153, then the B4545. There is a large car park at the end of Trearddur Bay beach. For Raven’s Point, carry on past this car park and take the next turn right into Ravens Point road. Follow this down to Raven’s Estate. Parking is difficult and do not be tempted to park in the estate itself. It can be very expensive due to clampers. Walk around the edge of the estate to Raven’s Point, directly between the houses and the sea.

Trearddur also has fishing from Trearddur Bay beach.

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