Sea Fishing Locations at Aerffraw Beach Anglesey Wales

ABERFFRAW BEACH

How to get there
Take the A5 towards Holyhead and after about 12 miles turn off at Rhosneiger on to theA4080. Follow this road for 6-7 miles to Aberffraw. Drive over the river and park by the sand dunes on the right.
Now follow the river for about 1.5 miles to the beach.

Grid Ref SH 405634
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How to fish
This beach is best fished on the incoming tide with a good surf for the Bass on crab and rag.
Plenty of Flounder are caught near to the mouth of the river and you will have a good chance of some Rays if you fish on the rocks over to the right.
The winter months will see the arrival of bigger Whiting, Codling and Coalies best caught on crab and worm baits.
Once you have got the 1.5 mile trek from the car out of the way the fishing is good and generally snag free.

Parking and Walking: Parking is good by the dunes but the walk of 1.5 miles is a trek.
Summer Species: Dogfish, Bass, Flounder, Whiting, Dabs, Rays.

Species Winter: Dogfish, Whiting, Coalies, Flounder, Rays, Codling.
Best Months: Nov – Apr.
Rigs: 1 Up 1Down Flapper 1/0.
Best Baits: Lugworm, rag worm, crab.

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Fishing Locations at Aerffraw Beach Anglesey Wales