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Borth - Fishing in Wales


Borth has fishing from Borth beach, which eventually joins onto Ynyslas beach to the north, and then Cerrigypenrhyn Point.

Borth beach runs from rocks at its southern end and then northwards, in front of the town. It is sand backed by shingle. There are also areas of old peat beds left over from a prehistoric forest.

Cerrigypenrhyn Point is mainly sand with just the odd patch of shingle. It lies at the north end of Borth/Ynyslas Beach and on the southern bank of the Dovey estuary.

Fish caught around Borth / Ynyslas include bass, flounders, mullet, eels, plaice, dogfish, rockling, whiting, turbot and rays.

For all the marks, from the A497 take the B4353 to Borth.

Borth/Ynyslas beach can be accessed from the road which runs parallel to it for most of its length. Parking is available roadside and at the head of the beach in places.

Cerrigypenrhyn Point is reached by driving north, past the golf links, to the end of the road. There is a car park on the point, which also allows access through the sand dunes to the top end of Ynyslas beach, past the visitor center.

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