Me and degs decided we would have a recce down the llyn to a new mark to see what it was like before the summer season starts proper. due to the weather for anglesey being not to clever. and with it being bank holiday and to many numpties around.
We headed of early doors and got there around 09.00 then it took us 45 minutes to find some where to park. Gear out the car through fields and then down a cliff like what seemed ages we were there in an hour.
set up 2 rods one loaded with crab for the wrasse and one with firetails spinning for pollock.
And straight away bright sunlight doggies buy the bag full after low water we decided to concentrate more on the lures and what seemed like ages nowt at all.
After our hike we start thinking was it worth it so after 4 fruitless hours decided to concentrate on bottom fishing. as the tide started to pull we had more dogs then the wrasse started.
Not very big.
then a tad bigger to both me and degs.
the best was a couple of ounce's ander 3lb.
Undetered we carried on with small wrasse all ballans and still loads of dogs and a few spider crabs thrown in. as the tide reached high we saw what we thought mackrel feeding close in. strait on went the feathers and degs with fire tips we cast out and it was load's of pollock.
2 and three at a time and i even hooked a wrasse with 2 pollock. they were all small to the feathers and i had a decent one fall of at my feet.
Golden balls again got the better pollock as they seemed to prefer lures.
the biggest was just over 3lb.
In all it wasnt a bad day in the end. never seen a sole all day just the way we like it but aching this morning after the hour and a half walk back to the car in the dark.
One thing i have noticed over the years llyn marks die a death in the dark.