Mumbles has fishing from a beach, a pier and from rock marks at Mumbles Head and the Knab.
The beach is mixed sand, shingle and rocks, fishing onto similar ground.
The pier fishes onto a mainly sandy bottom.
Mumbles Head is two small islands, the outer one having a lighthouse. Fishing is onto a mixed sandy and rocky bottom. Access is not easy and is impossible at high tide. Local advice should be sought.
The Knab is a small point just to the west of the pier and fishes onto a mainly clean bottom. It is very easy to access and suitable for the less agile.
Fish available include bass, conger, dabs, dogfish, plaice, mackerel, garfish, mullet, rockling, wrasse, pollack, codling, flounders, whiting.
Take the A4067 to Mumbles. There is parking along most of the beach. Continue along the coast road towards the pier, where there is a large car park. Both Mumbles Head and the Knab are a short walk from here.
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