Anglesey - Lligwy Beach (high and low water mark)

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Anglesey - Lligwy Beach (high and low water mark)

Postby andy » Tue Jul 18, 2006 3:50 pm

Lligwy Beach (Traeth Lligwy) , Map Ref 496 873

As you cross onto the island on the A55, take the second junction off labelled Amlwch A5025. Follow the A5025 past Benllech and after about 3 miles you will come to the very small village of Rhos Lligwy. Turn right here (towards Moelfre) and after about three quarters of a mile you will come to a cross roads. Turn left and drive down to the car park. Alternatively, to fish the left (north) end of the beach stay on the A5025 through Rhos Lligwy for another half a mile to the first crossroads and turn right. There is ample parking but during peak summer weekends you may have to pay.

The beach is very popular with tourists in the summer so it is best fished in the evening or in the winter, or off the little rock point on the right hand side. It is best fished with a surf, from one hour before low and all the way up to high. Summer evenings is best for bass and flounders, winter is whiting and dogfish.
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