Sea Bass Fishing - Anglesey's West Coast

by Wil Anglesey Hidden Gem.com
(Anglesey)

Malltraeth Estuary Anglesey

Malltraeth Estuary Anglesey

Hi All


I spoke to a colleague in Llangefni last week.

Best place for sea bass on Anglesey is not Aberffraw as I had thought, but down the coast toward Malltraeth Estuary (just round the corner in other words).

Then head up past Aberffraw. Apparently it's excellent fishing from Rhosneigr beach all the way up the west coast of Anglesey to Cemlyn Bay.

If you catch a sea bass at Aberffraw then it's an event worth recording. In any case, if you do catch one then check out the nearest pile of seaweed for a suicide note.

Have fun and be safe.

Wil

P.S. If you have any news pease let me now and I'll pass it on.

W

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Nov 14, 2020
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Mine NEW
by: Si

The mine is still in the village. At the side of one of the cottages. Perhaps pop in and ask.

May 07, 2013
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Bass
by: Anonymous

I went fishing to RAF Valley last week (15.03.2013) and lost what i think was a double figure bass.

I was fishing for rays with sand eels when my rod went slack then doubled over. My initial thoughts were, 'Oh a ray.' but my line was shooting to the left at speed and something was thrashing on the surface. Then ... it was off.

It was dark and so I couldnt see what it was.

Does anyone else have an idea what it could have been?

May 04, 2012
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A Welsh Mine ?
by: Gordon Weare.

Hello all,

Does anyone recall the time in the 1950s when a wartime explosive seamine adrift, came into Malltraeth Estuary?

All were worried that it may hit the small, stone bridge.

I'm not sure, but I think a Policeman shot it with a rifle? Could be done in those days.

I'd love to hear from anyone who shares a memory of this explosive event on Anglesey.

Warmest regards

Gordon Weare (New Zealand - formerly of Llangefni)

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