Llanbadrig Ledges - Fishing in Wales

Llanbadrig Ledges

Llanbadrig Ledges is a rock mark which can be slippery and subject to big swells.

The sea bed is rough and rocky.

Fish caught include conger, huss, cod, pouting, pollack, wrasse.

Take the A5025 from Amlwch towards Cemaes. Take the right turn signposted for Llanbadrig. Park in the car park by the church. The footpath through the cemetery leads to the cliff path. The ledges are below the path.

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Llanbadrig Ledges

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Species at this location

Conger

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Pollack (pollock)

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Pouting

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Wrasse

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