Sea Fishing In Pembrokeshire

Sea fishing from the rocks and beaches of Pembrokeshire is a popular all year round activity.

The western headlands from Freshwater West in the south, the Dale Peninsula and especially around St. Davids provide some of the best sea fishing in Wales. Bass, flatfish and mackerel are caught in summer and in winter in the estuaries flounder, cod and whiting. Mullet can be caught throughout the year. Sea fishing trips by boat are available through the summer from Saundersfoot, Tenby, Neyland, Dale, Solva, St. Davids and Fishguard. Short trips of an hour result in mackerel but longer offshore trips to reefs and wreck sites produce turbot, ling, conger, bream, ray and pollock. Sightings of dolphins, porpoise and whales are not uncommon and sharks and turtles are also seen. At Sandy Haven creek, bass and mullet are commonly caught from the rocks near the entrance to the creek.

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