Sea Fishing

The Mawddach estuary

Situated between the seaside towns of Barmouth and Fairbourne in North Wales, the Mawddach estuary is home to a healthy population of fish, unlike some other areas around the coasts of Britain.. Finding your way round To simplify things, the estuary can be divided into two main fish-holding areas — the main channel and the …

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Raz, rocks and wrasse

Alderney Island, the most northerly of the Channel Islands, is a sea angler’s dream. Bass, pollack, wrasse, mackerel, garfish, plaice and sole all visit it in the late spring, and hang around until late autumn. Black bream arrive in late summer, and there’s a run of autumn codling every few years. Conger and mullet are …

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