North Wales is one of the top destinations in the whole of Europe to go sea fishing, with that in mind pack your kit and drive over for a spot of sea fishing at one of our many amazing locations here. With so much diversity in our fishing spots you can fish at any direction … More Sea Fishing in north Wales
The Menai Strait, or Afon Menai as it is known , is the channel that separates Anglesey from mainland Wales. It is connected to the mainland by Thomas Telford’s Menai Suspension bridge and Robert Stephenson’s Britannia Bridge. The Strait varies in width from about a couple hundered meters to three quarters of a mile. The central … More The Menai Strait
North Wales and Snowdonia have always had a unique culture and environment. There are plenty of up and coming food and drink companies to match this rich blend that our country embodies. There are a great many of medium sized food and drink companies that are trail blazing their way to success here right … More Award winning local food and drink of Snowdonia and north Wales
Catching Bass Its all about the CONFIDENCE! It’s always tricky when I’m asked to write a piece about bass fishing. After fifty years of catching (and frequently not catching) these fish, it is a bit of a nightmare trying to condense it into a few paragraphs. Bass are pretty widely distributed round our coasts so … More Bass fishing with Dr Mike Ladle
Fly Fishing in Anglesey by Siôn Morgan Edwards. March the 3rd and I can finally wet a line on the small rivers of Anglesey, It’s been a long mild winter and this date as always has been eagerly awaited. The late season floods which are usually wished for at the end of the season had arrived … More Fly Fishing on Anglesey
We headed out for a quick walk around The dingle nature reserve in Llangefni (Nant Y Pandy), Anglesey. It’s a 25 acre woodland site in the center of Anglesey. The council have created a fantastic board walk area that leads all the way up towards a salmon leap and follows up all the way to … More The Dingle Nature reserve, Llangefni Anglesey.