Tenby provides fishing on North, South, Castle and Harbour beaches, from the Bandstand rocks and from the Harbour wall, which many claim is the best fishing mark in the town. All are mainly clean sand bottoms, the Bandstand rocks being rough close in.
Fish caught include bass, dogfish, flounders, coalfish, mackerel, turbot. rays, mullet, conger, bass, gurnard, bream, plaice.
North and South Beaches are signposted in the town, with plenty of parking available.
For Castle Beach, the Bandstand and the Harbour, follow the main road from Tudor Square past the Lifeboat Tavern on the left to a square above the harbour. The bandstand is a short walk along the promontory at the top end of South Beach.
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