Shore fishing in North Wales and Anglesey
Shore fishing is very popular on Anglesey, and with over 125 miles of coastline you’ll always find a quiet sheltered spot for a good days fishing. Below are a selection of some of the best spots on Anglesey for Shore Fishing:
Shore fishing on Anglesey
Take the A5 towards Holyhead as far as the Rhosneigr turning. Continue to Aberffraw on the A4080. Go over the river and park on the sand dunes on the right.
Amlwch – Fishing from Bull Bay
Take the A5025 to Amlwch, carry on through the town and 300yds on the right there is a layby. Park here. Follow the footpath just above the layby through the kissing gate.
Amlwch Port – Fishing from Llam Carw
Take the A5025 to Amlwch, turn right at the roundabout and right again at the T junction. Turn left at the square continue for half a mile. Avoid the harbour and continue to the car park.
Beaumaris – Fishing from Gallows Point
Take the A545 from Menai Bridge to Beaumaris. After about 3 miles you will see Gallows Point on your right. Park in the layby on either side of the point.
Take the first left after the bridge, onto the A4080. After 100 yards turn left, go under the bridge to the church car park.
Cemaes – Fishing from Llanbadrig
Take the A5025 Valley to Amlwch road to the east side of Cemaes Bay. Follow the signs for Llanbadrig church and park.
Head into Holyhead, turn left by the silver railings. Continue over the two mini roundabouts, then take the next left. Turn right, down to the breakwater.
Continue from Beaumaris into Llanddona, taking the left fork down to the beach. Park by the sea shore.
A5025 to Moelfre continue towards Brynrefail. The beach is signposted on the main road. There is ample car parking, but you may have to pay in the summer months.
Take the A4080 from Llanfair PG into Newborough then turn left opposite the Spar Shop. Continue to a toll gate, park by the dunes.
Penmon – Fishing from Black Point
From Beaumaris take the B5109 to Penmon. Continue through Llanfaes until cross roads, turn right and follow the Penmon signs for about 3 miles. You will have to pay to park during the summer months.
Rhosneigr – Fishing from Cable Bay
Take the A55 towards Holyhead as far as the Rhosneigr turn off. Continue on the A4080 for 2 miles until you reach the car park (toll payable in the summer).
Treaddur Bay – Fishing from Mackerel Rock
From the A5 to Valley, turn left onto the B4545. Continue for 3 miles, then take the left turn for South Stack. On reaching the beach, take the first turning on the left, then the second turning on the left, and park.
Shore fishing on Lleyn Peninsula
South Beach Tywyn
Sat nav: LL43 2AR
Bait: Crab, Lugworm, Mackerel, Squid.