GO Angling Charter Services offers a range of experiences for the complete beginner through to the most experienced angler chasing goals such as personal bests to an array of species targeted in any one day. Based in Holyhead on the north western tip of the beautiful Isle of Anglesey, North Wales, our coastal area benefits from a range of mixed grounds with mud, shingle, rock, wrecks and sand banks all with in reach to offer some of the most excellent and varied fishing available in the UK.

My Way 2 is a fast and spacious Offshore 105, capable of fishing 10 anglers with ease she has a top speed of over 24knots. Available to charter for private or commercial use. Accommodating up to 10 passengers, we will discuss your requirements and, within the confines of the weather and tide, arrange your perfect days fishing. We also offer availability for individual & small groups giving you a chance to get out on the water and meet some like minded individuals.

Owner/Skipper of My Way 2, Holyhead-born Gethyn Owen has extensive local knowledge and a wealth of angling experience. It is his priority that you enjoy your day aboard My Way 2, and experience all the area has to offer safely and with the most enjoyment. All trips include hot drinks and snacks from the My Way 2 galley.

My Way 2 is sponsored by Pure Fishing (UK) Ltd, the worlds largest tackle manufacturer and equipped annually with market leading rods, reels and line for your use free of charge.

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Green is available for charter – the options for fishing on that particular day / tide are listed. […]

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Weather has been trying our patience lately, we’ve cancelled far more than we’ve sailed over […]

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We snuck out

The weather hasn’t been doing us any favours this week, we managed to sneak out […]

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My Way 2

Fantastic photo of My Way 2 taken from Holyhead Breakwater as we set off on […]

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Tagged huss

Last month My Way 2 was featured on Will Millards Go Fish series on BBC […]

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Summer cod

Following the harsh weather of the weekend, the winds abated on Monday enough for us […]

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