Fishing in Wales: Rhosneigr
Rhosneigr offers a wide variety of marks. There are 3 beaches and several rockmarks.
Traeth Cymyran (Cymyran Beach) stretches from Rhosneigr to Llanfairyneubwll, alongside Valley airfield. It is a mix of sand, rocks and shingle, fishing onto the same.
Traeth Crigyll (Town Beach) is a small beach in front of the town, mixed sand and rock, fishing onto a similar bottom.
Traeth Llydan (Broad Beach) runs from the Barclodiad y Gawres ancient monument to Rhosneigr and is a mix of sand and shingle, fishing onto similar.
Porth Trecastell (Cable Bay) is a popular rock mark. There is also a small sandy beach which is seldom fished, being very shallow.
Ty Croes is a rock mark, fishing onto sand.
Fish include bass, cod, whiting, coalfish, pollock, conger, bullhuss, rays, coldling, mackerel.
Traeth Cymyran (Cymyran Beach) is reached by exiting the A55 at junction 3. Follow the “Caergeiliog” and then the brown “Gwesty Cymyran Hotel” signs. Stay on the road, passing the hotel. Bear left at the Y-junction and park where the road ends at the north end of the beach.
Traeth Crigyll (Town Beach) can be accessed by Beach Road. Parking is available at the top of the beach.
Traeth Llydan (Broad Beach) is reached from the A4080 south of Rhosneigre. Just before the road bends to run parallel to the shore there is a car park on the right, a short walk from the beach.
Porth Trecastell (Cable Bay) is off the A4080 south of Rhosneigre. There is a car park above the beach, with a brown sign for “Barclodiad y Gawres”.
Ty Croes is accessed by exiting the A55 at Junction 5 for Abberffraw (A4080) and following the “A4080 Aberffraw” signs. Shortly after the road bends to run parallel to the shore, past Porth Trecastell (Cable Bay), turn off right, signed with a brown “Trac Circuit” sign. Follow this lane, bearing left at the Y-junction. Just before the Circuit there is a group of houses on the right. Just before these is a small sign “Fisherman’s Car Park” pointing right. Take this turn, drive up the concrete ramp and park at the top of the field. A track from this field leads to the marks.
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