Wreck Fishing updated & booking for 2021

The Anglesey coastline and beyond is littered with many different types wrecks (there are over 200 around the Anglesey coastline alone). The Irish sea has an abundance of both deep and shallow wrecks which play host to many different species of fish. Being part of the shipping lanes into Liverpool and the Western Approaches during WWII, many ships lost in battle and over centuries those ships caught in severe storms have been lost in these seas and now lie at the bottom having created their own thriving habitats for marine life. Fish that can be expected in and around wrecks […]

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More food for thought

We went fishing again on Tuesday this week, caught a few fish and returned with a fillet or two. Great weather, company and fishing More photos in Gallery 260 Bookings for 2021 aboard My Way 2 are well underway with diary and tides available  COVID19 Information pack Please share:

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Last of the tides

When the fishing is on fire, it’s a hard choice sometimes when you know you may well be pushing the last of a set range of certain tides. Wrecking needs neaps to mid, Deeps needs a tide below 27′. Other areas need good spring tides for a run of water to get the fish feeding.  Yesterday was 29-30ft, really at the tough end for a day on the wrecks. But having seen the great fishing anglers had been experiencing, yesterdays crew of local anglers wanted to make it happen.  Fortunately, we weren’t disappointed.  Plenty of big double figure pollack, with […]

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Rob rocks

The superb wreck fishing continued on Sunday, with plenty of fish for everyone. The day however was owned by Rob! First fish on the deck of My Way 2 that morning was an 11lb 10oz cod. Plenty of cod and pollack followed for Rob, along with a lovely 13lb 15oz pollack. Brilliant fishing and great to see such nice fish. More photos in Gallery 259 Bookings for 2021 aboard My Way 2 are well underway with diary and tides available  COVID19 Information pack Please share:

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We met at sea

Such an enjoyable time afloat last Saturday, we were met on the high seas by good friend of 20 plus years Kit Dunne aboard his boat Castle Maiden that runs out of Wicklow in Ireland. Pulled alongside for 5 mins, lovely chat, a cheers to the day ahead and a bit of banter before both boats and crews set about filling the ice boxes. A good number of fish, plenty of doubles and a few new personal bests set again with pollack to 13lb. For our Irish angling friends, give Kit a message at Wicklow Boat Charters he’ll put you on […]

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Red letter wrecking

After a good day inshore on mixed species – plenty of wrasse, small pollack, dogs, whiting, huss, rays etc on Sunday we headed back off shore yesterday to find some fish for the table. The fish played there part with an abundance of pollack and the odd codling and coalfish.  5 from the 6 anglers onboard all recording new personal best pollack into double figures More photos in Gallery 258 COVID19 Information pack Please share:

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Berkley Flexi Shads

Always keen to try & test different things we’ve been using the Berkley Fishing Flexi Shads on recent wreck fishing trips together with various Berkley jig heads.  They’ve been nailing the fish for anglers on the majority of drops – both the full body and slim versions fishing equally well. The movement in the shad is superb, the ribbed body creation vibration in the water and the large paddle tail allowing the lure to swim perfectly through the tide as this brief video shows  The Rib Shad is amongst the most versatile available and comes in 3 different sizes and […]

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Catch it, Cook it

Fishing is a great day of relaxation for many of us. It’s not just about catching fish, it really is a social occasion, fishing with friends or meeting new people with the main goal of just enjoying your time afloat.  There is something special about catching your food! Popping to the local supermarket just doesn’t do it for many anglers, the ability to catch cod, coalfish and pollack while wreck fishing aboard My Way 2 is the major draw Above a photo of Julian Lewis Jones, with one of many pollack he caught with us recently along with cod and […]

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The wonders of wrecking

With a brisk NW wind it was a lumpy and damp start to our trip on Thursday 02nd July. The fishing was also slow to get going with only a few fish being landed each drift.  Once the wind dropped and allowed for some more precise drifts it kicked off. Plus side the cords started, blue skies appeared and everyone started catching single or double shots most drifts. Pollack, codling and coalfish – fish boxes rammed. More photos in Gallery 257 COVID19 Information pack Please share:

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Big Pollacks

With great weather and tides we headed offshore on 01st July to try our hand again on the wrecks.  A calm sea and lovely forecast hopes were high all round. Fortunately the fish read the script too, and we recorded plenty of pollack, with the odd coalfish and codling.  Best of the day went to Anglesey local Iwan, with a lovely 14lb 1 oz pollack More photos in Gallery 257 COVID19 Information pack July Please share:

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