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Swanbridge Bay - Fishing in Wales

Swanbridge Bay

Swanbridge Bay has a very small shingle beach with rock ledges on its eastern end, fishing onto rough ground and weed.

It is not a popular mark, St Mary’s Well Bay being preferred by the majority. However, there are rumours of big bass being caught here.

Fish caught include bass, cod, conger and rockling.

On the eastern edge of Sully, turn off the B4267 down Beach Road. There is parking available at the end of the road. Swanridge Bay is just to the east of Sully Island.

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Swanbridge Bay


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