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

Wreck Fishing 2020

For years we stayed clear of wreck fishing. My Way 1, an absolute beauty of a boat that served us well for 14 years, didn’t have the power to commute to the wrecks and back in ample time with a steady 8knots her total best. My Way 2 is a different matter a fast and spacious Offshore 105 powered by an impressive 420hp Iveco engine. Cruising offshore at a genuine 14knots with a loaded speed of 20knots if required, the vast majority of all the wrecks we have been fishing now well within reach … quickly. Studying charts for tides, […]

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Happy Tuesday

Forecast for Tuesday was a little suspect when looking forward a few days earlier, with southerly winds increasing each time I looked. Thankfully, they eased off and gave us a chance to get back out to the wrecks before the winds blew in. Different to the previous day when we fished a few different wrecks we only fished the one wreck this day given the inclement weather ahead. It produced! The day started off slow with slack water, but as soon as the tide started to move the fish came on the feed. Pollack to just shy of 13lb and […]

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Bank Holiday madness

Weather has been poor this August, we’ve only managed a handful of trips around the strong winds that have kept us tied up, all those trips inshore owing to strong winds or size of tide.  Small tides and a lovely weather window allowed us to get out wreck fishing on Monday, our first visit for a good few weeks. I was a little apprehensive given the weather, but shouldn’t have been. The few wrecks we choose were on fire. Stacked with plenty of plump pollack, largest being 12lb 8oz and a great average size. Great fishing for everyone aboard My […]

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MAD

Always a fun day afloat with MAD-SAC, a great bunch of lads that fish all over the UK. Whatever the weather if they can get out, we go fishing and catch what we can. Last weekend the weather and fishing came top trumps.  After a misty start caching plenty of mackerel to supplement our frozen baits, we headed off to Holyhead Deep. The mist cleared, the sun came out and the tope and huss started biting the baits. Plenty of pack tope to 24lb for everyone onboard. Great fun More photos in Gallery 252

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Joining in

Tremendous day afloat on Bank Holiday Monday, plenty of superb sized pollack for everyone with a few cod too. Couldn’t resist a drop myself seeing everyone enjoying themselves. Result a fine brace of 10lb 8oz and 8lb 13oz

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Phew

Set sail today in calm seas and sunshine, yet apprehensive given the weather we’ve suffered of late. Thankfully Holyhead Deep produced, plenty of pack tope and huss to keep us busy. My Way 2 is sponsored by Pure Fishing (UK) Ltd – PENN, Shakespeare, Greys, Abu, Spiderwire plus many more leading brands  

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Large View Calendar

Green is available for charter – the options for fishing on that particular day / tide are listed. On Green listed days it is also be possible to start an individuals or small group day, please email or call 07971 924046. Red indicates that the day is fully booked, it may be available for an evening trip, please call for details. Please use the [Previous Month] & [Next Month] links on the calendar box below to scroll through the months. Currently available up until the end of September 2020 October through to March we return to Port Dinorwic Marina and fishing within the […]

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Win this winter 2019-20

My Way 2 is scheduled to return to Port Dinrowic for some great winter fishing within the comfort of the Menai Strait and we have teamed up again with our sponsors at Pure Fishing (UK) Ltd to offer 5 new fun competition days aboard My Way 2. Please read our Pure Fishing Blog for reports & results from 2018 & 2019 Similar to the popular summer events, these days are classed as a competition but they’re not quite that. They are no different to a normal day out. You simply come along & have a fun time catching with us, while […]

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Getting afloat

Weather has been trying our patience lately, we’ve cancelled far more than we’ve sailed over the past week as the current run of poor weather continues. Sandwiched between high winds we have been able to grab a few days afloat with some good results. Earlier this week we had a run around the island in search of rays. We caught a good number of thornbacks together with huss, mackerel, whiting dogfish and others. Tope have been feeding for us too in Holyhead Bay. A few drifts to start the day to gather some fresh baits to supplement the frozen mackerel […]

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