Pembrokeshire is a great place for the keen angler; with deep sea fishing, beach fishing, boat fishing, river fishing and lake fishing all being available.
Deep sea fishing is available from Tenby and Saundersfoot harbours. Bring you own tackle or, for a fee, use the boat owners equipment. Bait is normally provided by the boat owner. Trips can be half or full days or evening trips.
Fishing trips by boat for Mackerel are available from Saundersfoot, Tenby, Solva and St.Justinians near St.Davids. The season is normally July, August and September.
Beach fishing for Sea Bass and flat fish is popular on any wide gently shelving beach such as Amroth, Freshwater West, Newgale and Poppit. Fishing off rocks is also popular but take care not to get cut off by rising tides.
The reservoirs at Llys Y Fran and Rosebush are well stocked and the Lily ponds at Bosherton also give good sport.
The lower Teifi, western Cleddau and Nevern rivers are noted trout and salmon rivers. A day ticket is required to fish these waters.
Please follow the Tidy Tackle guidelines when fishing. This will minimise harm to wildlife from lost lines, hooks and nets. Cut old lines into short pieces and take them home to bin together with all your litter.