New Quay Description:
New Quay has several fishing opportunities, with four beaches, a pier, a breakwater and rock marks.
Dolau beach is just to the south of the Pier and is mainly sandy, fishing onto a similar bed.
Harbour beach lies between the pier and the breakwater and is sandy with a sandy bed.
Traethgwyn extends from the breakwater to Llanina Point. It is sandy beach fishing on to a mixed bottom of sand and rock.
Cei Bach is to the north of Traethgwyn beach, north of Llanina Point. It is a sandy beach fishing on to mixed sand and rock.
The Pier and the breakwater fish onto rocks close in and mainly sand further out.
Rock marks are available at the ends of some baches, fishing onto similar ground as the relevant beach.
Fish include conger, bass, mullet, huss, plaice, garfish, mackerel, whiting, dabs, dogfish.
Dolau beach is next to the main car park.
Harbour beach has some car parking available but it may be necessary to park in the main car park.
Traethgwyn access from New Quay is by walking along the beach from the breakwater, however care must be taken as it is possible to be stranded on the rocks by the incoming tide. Access also possible by taking the road immediately to the east of Quay West Caravan Park, signposted “Cei Bach” and following this round to a parking above the east end of the beach, by Llanina Point.
Cei Bach is reached by taking the road immediately to the east of Quay West Caravan Park, signposted “Cei Bach” and following this round to parking above the east end of Traethgwyn beach, by Llanina Point. Cei Bach is around the point.
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