Fishing in Wales: Tresaith
Tresaith has fishing from rock marks and a beach.
The beach is sandy, fishing onto a mainly sandy bottom.
The rock marks are ledges on headlands either side of the beach. The fishing here is onto a mixed bed of sand and rock.
Fish caught include huss, bass, plaice, garfish, mackerel, conger, mullet, wrasse, whiting, dabs, dogfish
Take the first left turn north of Tan y Groes, between Cardigan and Synod Inn on the A487, bearing left at any junctions. Tresaith is also signposted from Aberporth. There is parking available by the beach.
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