With the ever-increasing inclement weather, days afloat are becoming far less predictable as we reach the tail end of a year, for this reason we now relocate My Way 2 to the sheltered comfort of the Menai Strait for the winter period.
Now, similarly to our trips of late from Holyhead with My Way 2 there is far more available for anglers to enjoy with the speed of this spacious boat.
From October to end of March we are berthed at Port Dinorwic Marina on the Menai Strait. Winter fishing in and around the Strait has always been productive, however sometimes overlooked in favour of other destinations. But on the Strait we can enjoy some winter sport from a great variety different species. A mystical part of Wales that affords shelter and calm seas from all wind directions!
There is a good array of species to be claimed with big whiting & plump dabs, a good winter run of codling, plus doggies, congers, huss, countless mini species plus more available when fishing inside.
Weather permitting the option is also available to run outside and onto the broken ground and wrecks to the north for another mixed bag including eels and spurdogs.
To the south and in particular late winter and early spring, the ray fishing can be highly successful with plenty of thornbacks with spotted and blonde rays mixed in.
Our berth will be at Port Dinorwic Marina for the winter season, with various pick up points along the length of the Straits available to us. We have the ability to choose from Port Dinorwic Marina itself, Caernarfon, or Menai Bridge & Beaumaris piers; all depending on the fishing and winds forecast.
My Way 2 licesned for 10 anglers and 2 crew, prices for the winter click here