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Old 28 June 2013, 03:12   #1
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i am a disabled person. who uses my 3m+ air deck for close in fishing. i go with what ever friend i can commandeer at the time. (as i need the help)
so i am looking for easy places to launch in or around north wales. but farther afield is not out of the question, we use launch wheels, so all tide slips would be great. i have insurance and all safety gear. safety first at all times. even beach launch is an option.. many thanks
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Old 28 June 2013, 03:34   #2
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Good morning

We go to abersoch as you can drive onto the beach with car and boat, you can get yourselves ready and then launch, if your lucky the tide will be in your favour, in our case we need tide in so its deep, you may prefer shallow water with a sib, plenty to do, lots of fish, coffee shop on the beach and showers to rinse everything off before you go home, just need a young volunteer to go park the car and then retrieve later when your done ( that's what we do anyway!)

Morfa nefyn and nefyn are also boat friendly beaches with again lots to see and do.

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Old 29 June 2013, 09:53   #3
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We go to abersoch as you can drive onto the beach with car and boat, you can get yourselves ready and then launch, if your lucky the tide will be in your favour, in our case we need tide in so its deep, you may prefer shallow water with a sib, plenty to do, lots of fish, coffee shop on the beach and showers to rinse everything off before you go home, just need a young volunteer to go park the car and then retrieve later when your done ( that's what we do anyway!)

Morfa nefyn and nefyn are also boat friendly beaches with again lots to see and do.

Best of luck
thanks for that defo look into it....
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Bump, good post, interested in this myself any more?
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Old 14 July 2013, 15:32   #5
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Bump, good post, interested in this myself any more?
we normally launch from conway. just parl on the road and launch from the beach. pain in the backside coming back in, as its pebble beach, not much good with launch wheels... where do you go out from
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we normally launch from conway. just parl on the road and launch from the beach. pain in the backside coming back in, as its pebble beach, not much good with launch wheels... where do you go out from
We are new to this sibbing lark . so only been to Conniston (initial test) and just had 10 fantastic days on Loch lomond, made me realise that a 2.8 mtr with a 9.8hp on the back goes like stink when you can get it on the plane but its too small (Loch Lomond can get very choppy/rough ).
So have just purchased (well i feel like i stole it really what a bargain) a used 4 mtr Humber sib with a Mariner 25hp 2 stroke.

So i was looking for fairly easy /interesting launching sites Norh Wales/ North West within a couple of hours drive from Lancashire
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We are new to this sibbing lark . so only been to Conniston (initial test) and just had 10 fantastic days on Loch lomond, made me realise that a 2.8 mtr with a 9.8hp on the back goes like stink when you can get it on the plane but its too small (Loch Lomond can get very choppy/rough ).
So have just purchased (well i feel like i stole it really what a bargain) a used 4 mtr Humber sib with a Mariner 25hp 2 stroke.

So i was looking for fairly easy /interesting launching sites Norh Wales/ North West within a couple of hours drive from Lancashire
you have more or less the same as me.. i have 2.5m honwav with a 9.9 mariner

like i said. conway is easy launch. we fish alot. went out Thursday 9th mackerel. are in. so we did well. caught about 150 fish all in all.. any way. sorry for the fish story lol. but it is a nice day there for pleasure boating. you have the turbines. which i believe are about 5 or six mile out. (bigger than you think. when moored up next to one) then you have the great and little orm. two month ago we had two huge dolphins. in our wake. what a sight that was.. on a small inflatable. scary to say the least lol but fantastic sight. any ways sorry to bore you. hope you get a good launch. and safe boating my friend..
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you have more or less the same as me.. i have 2.5m honwav with a 9.9 mariner

like i said. conway is easy launch. we fish alot. went out Thursday 9th mackerel. are in. so we did well. caught about 150 fish all in all.. any way. sorry for the fish story lol. but it is a nice day there for pleasure boating. you have the turbines. which i believe are about 5 or six mile out. (bigger than you think. when moored up next to one) then you have the great and little orm. two month ago we had two huge dolphins. in our wake. what a sight that was.. on a small inflatable. scary to say the least lol but fantastic sight. any ways sorry to bore you. hope you get a good launch. and safe boating my friend..
Thats brilliant information will definately have a few trips to Conway sounds like its well worth the travelling.

Wow 150 Mackerel , sounds like you need a bigger boat .

Thanks again
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Thats brilliant information will definately have a few trips to Conway sounds like its well worth the travelling.

Wow 150 Mackerel , sounds like you need a bigger boat .

Thanks again
in all honesty.. but i caught about 150 give or take,,mixed fish the was three of us. and all wasnt macky,, some doggie some whiting.. but the sport and the trip was well worth it.

take a bailing pump, as its a pain. coming back in to empty the boat. my prat of a mate. forgot ours. i was at the engine. so i got the brunt of the water, up to my ankles in water, lol..

any have a good day out my friend.
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Old 23 July 2013, 04:15   #10
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i am a disabled person. who uses my 3m+ air deck for close in fishing. i go with what ever friend i can commandeer at the time. (as i need the help)
so i am looking for easy places to launch in or around north wales. but farther afield is not out of the question, we use launch wheels, so all tide slips would be great. i have insurance and all safety gear. safety first at all times. even beach launch is an option.. many thanks
dennis

You can launch from black rock sands for free if youre engine is under 10hp (once you have registered with the council)

Dead easy there, park right on the beach and access to Criccieth, Harlech etc
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