Disability Access For Beaches
Husband wishes to fish!
I'm disabled

by Judith Desrosiers
(Merseyside)

Holyhead Breakwater

Holyhead Breakwater

Dear Wil


I used to visit Anglesey as a child and my Dad would catch amazing bass fish, amongst other things.

How is disabled access? Can we get near a quiet beach with a vehicle,and so my husband could go fishing?

Judith




Dear Judith

That's an excellent question. I imagine that you wish to sit with your husband to criticise his casting technique.

There is probably very specific advice out there. What I will do is get in touch with a local tackle shop and ask whether there are clubs here on the Island that can offer appropriate advice.

Hopefully, I can put you both in touch with someone.

In the meantime, have a look at fishing sites and forums that talk about Holyhead Breakwater - naturally in Holyhead.

I'll be back in touch.

Wil

P.S. Is there anyone out there who might also be able to offer guidance?

W

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Hi, The last time I went down to Holyhead breakwater I was able to drive the car all the way to the fishing spot. That was about 18 months ago.

I would think that it would be an ideal place for you to watch your husbands' attempts.

I doubt very much that the nice sea bass are still there but no doubt that the dogfish and a few whiting are about.

Happy fishing,

Mike.

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