Trips update

 

Lost on ideas for a special Christmas present, why not purchase a sea fishing trip voucher! Don't worry, vouchers will arrive before Christmas as they are sent by return of email :).

 

We have held the price for 2014, £45 for an 8 hour trip including rod tackle and bait.

Dates available for booking at the moment are listed below.  Alternatively buy an open voucher to be used on a date arranged after purchase

23rd May, 2015  8hrs  0700 sail  10 places.

14th June 2015  8hrs  1030 sail  10 places

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

Sea Fishing Trips in North Wales

Sea Fishing Trips in Conwy, North Wales, specialises in wreck fishing, deep sea fishing, and reef fishing. The chartered boat, Gwen-Paul-M, with full wheelhouse electronics, will take you fishing anywhere from Anglesey to Liverpool Bay on specialised boat trips to catch fish including pollack, cod, conger, bass and mackerel. With stunning views of Snowdonia National Park and the north coast of Wales, Skipper Carl Davies will ensure that your fishing trip will be a resounding success.

Gwen-Paul-M

11 metre charter boat licensed for 12 anglers. A comfortable boat with ample deck space. Forward wheelhouse with a large overhang to provide shelter from spray and rain. The vessel has a MCA Category 2 certificate and is licensed to travel 60 miles from a safe haven. All safety equipment is carried onboard as part of this licence.

 

 

Gwen-Paul-M was built by BWSeacat, a catamaran design renowned for its sea keeping and stability. The vessel cruises at 16-17 knots with a flat out speed of 22 knots, which enables more time for fishing rather than travelling during your trip.

The wheelhouse has an impressive array of  electronics; Olex 3D mapping, Simrad GPS, echo sounder and radar. A repeater screen located in a back wheelhouse window allows the angler to see the GPS and echo sounder from the deck.

A compact galley area includes a kettle, microwave and sink. Tea is provided through the day and the microwave can be used if anyone requires food heated up.

A toilet cubicle is located behind the wheelhouse. 

Two side doors allow easy wheelchair access from the pontoon and a large uncluttered deck area enables wheelchair users to move around the deck easily.

A livebait tank can be rigged on deck. Sandeels and mackerel caught on the day can also be kept alive in the tank.