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Aberporth - Fishing in Wales


Aberporth has several rock marks and two beaches, separated by a rocky point.

The rock marks are mainly ledges. Access is not easy and a reasonable level of agility and experience is necessary. The sea bottom is a mixture of rock and sand.

Dolwen Beach is small and sandy, fishing onto mainly sand.

Dyffryn Beach is similar and is where the River Howni joins the sea.

The rock marks are usually the best option.

Fish available include huss, bass, plaice, garfish, mackerel, conger, mullet, wrasse, whiting, dabs, dogfish.

Aberporth is signposted from the A487 north of Cardigan. Car parking is available near the beaches, but gets very busy in summer. From the car park Dolwen Beach can be seen or, head north, following the path, to the rock marks and Dyffryn Beach.

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