Cemaes Bay Description:
Fishing in Wales: Traeth Mawr, Cemaes
Cemaes Bay has two beaches and several rock marks.
Traeth Mawr (Big Beach) at the eastern side is a clean, mainly sandy beach with occasional rocks, fishing onto similar.
Traeth Bach (Small Beach) is to the west of Traeth Mawr and is more rocky.
Trwyn y Penrhyn is the headland to the west of Cemaes and has several rock marks fishing onto mainly rocks.
Trwyn y Parc is the headland to the easst of Cemaes and has several rock marks fishing onto mainly rocks.
Fish caught include dogfish, dabs, pollack, mackerel, wrasse, coalfish, codling, whiting, plaice, conger.
Cemaes is on the A5025, north-west of Amlwch. The beaches are signposted from the village, there is ample car parking, which may be fee-paying. The beaches and rock marks are within walking distance of either of the main car parks.
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