An easy venue with free parking only 50 metres away, across the stone / shingle beach. I like free parking…Just leave it on the promenade, don’t forget it’s a very busy place in summer and parking can be a pain.
North Shore is down the bottom end near the little orme, fishing is onto sand however the closer you get to the orme the rockier it gets and it is a tackle graveyard. If to your rear is the road you are generally ok, if the houses are behind you are into the rocks which start just before they are behind you. Closer to the orme the worse it gets. Maybe good for bass on the light gear, can’t see why not as I see plenty fishing the other side of the orme at Pethryn bay.
One conclusion myself and many others have come to is that this place fishes far better at night. Tried and tested many times. Blanks happen everywhere but during the day it can be very poor. At the end of August mackerel can be taken to feather here but from experience these are usually joeys (small) in size.
I was passing once on a spring tide so got out to have a nosey around, I didn’t have to buy any weights for a long time, they were everywhere. 21 weights of various sizes (mostly grippers) and golf balls wedged in crevices all over?! Bagged up the line and rigs and binned them.
There are toilets up at the boating pool and a little cafe, 5-10 walk away which is handy if there is someone to watch your fishing tackle.
If like me you take the kids along and want to make a day of it, the back of the field behind you there is bodafon farm. It’s free entry, has a kids play area which is decent and access to view the various animals. There is also an owl rescue place on site with various birds of prey to look at. Summer there are tractor and donkey rides too, if you fancy something to eat they serve fresh local produce.
Llandudno LL30 3AA