Fishing Tenby and Saunderfoot help

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Fishing Tenby and Saunderfoot help

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hi going on a weeks trip to tenby and saundersfoot like to do mackreling flaties bass etc from the shore can any one help in places to fish



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Hi, best place ive found is wisemans bridge ( between saundersfoot and amroth) for bass and flatties this time of year. Theres a few rocks around but if you look there are gullies that can be fished. Best time is 1 hour b4 low tide and 3 up. Then id move to amroth for the last few hours of the flood and fish until 1 hour after. Best baits are fresh dug lug ( or buy from guy in saundersfoot hes very helpfull) or ragworm. Wisemans has lug to dig but it has to big a biggish tide to get them. Best rigs would b e 3 hook flapper with size 1 hooks and maybe a single pulley with bigger hook/ bait on the other rod. Hope this helps and its a great place to fish and has some nice fish to be caught!

Craig

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PS- Tenby south beach is a good venue around dusk on a calm night :)

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fish the rocks below the bandstand in tenby in the eveing gd for mackys and bass bream an smoothhounds
south beach and manobier is gd 2

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Tenby and Saundersfoot both have harbour walls which produce mackerel (great if youve got any kids who want to give it a go). They are both best fished a couple of hours either side of high tide as the tide goes out right past them.
also Monkstone point 1/2 way between Tenby & Saundersfoot is a good rock mark for bass and mackerel and Lydstep beach is also good for bass, flatties and dogfish.
good luck m8 and tight lines :D

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Post by breamer »

have fished all around saundersfoot used to go to collect black lug from the beach at saundersfoot to the right of the harbour entrance .I dont know if there are still there due to the sewage being cleaned up but they were crackers used tp pump them out also was good for razor fish 2 anyways hav seen some real good bass caught off the beach at wisemans bridge altough not been lucky enough to get 1 myself did catch a 19lb monkfish off the breakwater at saudersfoot harbour 1 night much to my surprise and really frustrated with the mullet in the harbour tried allsorts of bait untill some guy came down and said they love bacon rind bang instant result amroth beach is best fished with a fresh wind blowing as the beach is a slowshelf the bass tend to feed better when a good surf running have a god trip tight lines :D :D

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Black lug can be pumped from the right of the harbour wall, and a bit further up the beach at low tide, realy needs to be atleast a 6.5meter tide for that. Razor fish from the bech from harbour wall to Monkstone point at low tide, smaller at the top of beach, bigger on the lowest of tides by the water. Usual methods. There are some big mussels there aswell, some people say they useless as a bait but cut into thin strips and fished fresh they are a great standby / cocktail addition. Usually involves getting arm in sand to elbow to get them out.

Saundersfoot a shallow beach though at low tide, you could walk some way, and cast & then be 200+ yards off the bech no worries.... As soon as water hits the harbour wall, is apparently the time to start there.

Mullet - BIG BUGGERS in there, bacon rind ive heard off, spaggetti we tried once, part boiled & tipped with a maggot of all things....some limited results.

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thanks to all your coments and sujestions

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JimKayak wrote:Black lug can be pumped from the right of the harbour wall, and a bit further up the beach at low tide, realy needs to be atleast a 6.5meter tide for that. Razor fish from the bech from harbour wall to Monkstone point at low tide, smaller at the top of beach, bigger on the lowest of tides by the water. Usual methods. There are some big mussels there aswell, some people say they useless as a bait but cut into thin strips and fished fresh they are a great standby / cocktail addition. Usually involves getting arm in sand to elbow to get them out.

Saundersfoot a shallow beach though at low tide, you could walk some way, and cast & then be 200+ yards off the bech no worries.... As soon as water hits the harbour wall, is apparently the time to start there.

Mullet - BIG BUGGERS in there, bacon rind ive heard off, spaggetti we tried once, part boiled & tipped with a maggot of all things....some limited results.

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