boat fishing

by Rik Roney
(Blackpool)

Hi Wil


My family and a friends are staying near Cemaes Bay inearly June and are bringing a boat. My question is, where can I find information about what marks are fishing at the time. If possible any chart reffrences for us to fish.

Any help would be gratefully received.

Rik

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May 05, 2015
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Boat Fishing - Cemaes Bay
by: Wil from Anglesey Hidden Gem

Dear Rik
I will be honest with you and advise you that Boat fishing is not my area of knowledge. However, there are a couple of ways that you can get hold of this information. The first being to actually go out in one of the boats that take fishing trips out of Cemaes Bay. The Stingray appears to be a very popular boat.

There is also a probably more straightforward way of getting the information you need. I would guide you to join the forums on www.worldseafishing.com, introduce yourself and then ask your questions. May I also propose that you pay it forward. In other words make a couple of contributions to the site. Help others and they will help you.

Let me know if this is useful to you.

Tight lines,

Wil

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