Sea fishing related news and reports covering boat fishing from My Way with Gethyn Owen

25mph winds, Keith And I went carping

After a great day afloat on Friday 27th, with spurs, huss, congers and thornback ray amongst the catches, westerly Force 5 to 6 winds swept through Holyhead cancelling our weekend afloat. Undeterred and still wanting some fishing, My Way regular Keith and myself decided on a day at Llyn Y Gors fishery on Saturday 28th October, chasing some of the smaller carp and silver fish on the pleasure lake. I’d had a couple slow sessions at the lake over recent weeks landing only one or two carp each trip, so today I was determined to put into practise all that […]

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Quick view on spaces available

Fri 27th Oct – General & spurs/conger – £40pp – 2 spaces Tues 31st Oct – Genera & spurs/conger – £40pp – 5 spaces Sun 05th Nov – General & spurs/conger – £30pp – 5 spaces Sat 11th Nov – General & spurs/conger – £30pp – 5 spaces Sat 18th Nov – General & spurs/conger – boat or spaces Sun 19th Nov – General & spurs/conger – boat or spaces Other dates & price information here Please message or call 07971 924046 to book or for more information My Way is sponsored by Pure Fishing – this includes PENN Fishing, […]

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Winter Fishing rates

Late autumn and winter Fishing aboard My Way can be quite hectic! Normally based on a general days fishing species include spurdogs, huss, rays and conger with regular catches of dogfish, whiting, dabs, pollack, codling, coalfish plus others. 8hr charter aboard My Way Nov to Feb inclusive prices as follows Boat charter £250 Individuals £30pp Please email / call ‪07971 924046‬ to book or for more information  My Way is sponsored by Pure Fishing – this includes Penn, Shakespeare, Greys, Berkley and many more

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New Reel? Mitchell Avocast FS 6000

Mitchell has a long established history in fishing reels. The original company dates back to Italy and the late 1800’s with watch gears and similar intricate products. In the 1930’s they became involved with a couple fishing tackle manufacturers in the design and production of new reels. At the height of Mitchells production late 1960’s and early 1970’s it was reported that they were making 12,000 reels a day! I remember one of my first boat fishing reels, a Mitchell 624. This reel and the 622 can still be seen in use today, strong and robust they are going strong, […]

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Dad & Lad time

A day off for myself and Harry yesterday and we decided on a day at Llyn Y Gors pleasure lake, chasing a few of the smaller carp on the rods and also other species to the poles. The fishing wasn’t as hectic as we would have liked, or indeed as enjoyed on previous occasions. Similar to sea fishing, fresh water species are also affected by changing weather patterns and are equally susceptible to changes in pressure. Despite this and the breezy conditions, the sun shone for most of the day and we managed to land quite a few fish between us both.  […]

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Pure Fishing October competition day one

Friday 06th saw the first of our October Pure Fishing sponsored species competition days. Only 4 anglers took part in what turned into a cracking match and a battle royal between 2 pairs of anglers. On the stern, Zukia was determined to beat her Father Alf, while with bow draws local rod Mark Cain and Wirral’s Scottish international Mickey Duff tested each others abilities. All 4 anglers, hoping to amass a good amount of points to see them win the rod & reel combo on offer in October. With spring tides and a bay that had been battered with strong […]

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