The Llanbadrig Fishing mark is a north coast of Anglesey venue, great for avoiding the southerly winds. Llanbadrig is around a 40 minute drive from the Britannia Bridge crossing. It is fishing into fairly deep waters, similar to Ty Croes. However the rocks are a little steeper when climbing down to some areas.
Park up infront of the church (Llanbadrig Church), there is enough room for around 10 cars, it fills up quickly with tourists in summer. Follow the church wall on your left towards the sea and pick your spot. It is only a short walk to the fishing spots.
To the left when looking out to sea is a small headland, this section is slightly deeper. It is also where a lot fish from as its a little easier to find a safe mark in places.
The Llanbadrig fishing mark is a great all rounder with good sized Pollock, Wrasse, Huss and some decent Conger too. Not to far from here is a Tope fishing mark, no harm in trying here.
Llanbadrig fishing marks are also quite close the the main road to easy to get too, just outside of Caemes Bay. It is down single track roads though so pick your times. A lot of people visit the church in summer and there are only a couple of passing spots. Stick to night time and you will avoid this and more than likely catch more, definitely the Conger. There are some cheap mixed rigs available HERE
When fishing around Llanbadrig if you are not targeting smaller species like Wrasse (LRF) use bigger baits. Large pieces of squid and Mackerel flapper will put you onto the fish. This works really well during the night when fishing for Congor. You can also try live baiting, there are usually plenty small whiting around in winter. Poor Cod will work well too. Just remember to use stronger gear and a wire trace if you can.
Definitely a great mark on its day, views alone are worth the visit.
Species: Not exhaustive