Thanks again Chris,
I'm not keen on fishing upriver to be honest, only ever caught a few doggies and river crab up there.
The currents can also be quite strong and hard to keep bait down, and the use of lures and trolling is restricted after a certain point.
Once again, Dale is the perfect free option, there's a few reefs and ship wrecks laying just outside the Bay,
surrounded by Sand, Shingle and muddy ground, which is ideal for many species like;
Cod, Bass, Conger, Ling,Thornback Ray, Pollack, Coley, Herring, and many others including Tope and other members of the Shark family.
Many of these fish can be caught by jigging feathers as close to the bottom as possible, whilst drifting over wrecks or reefs,
A little portable depth sounder can be useful for this type of fishing.
Or you could try the locally prefer'd Rag Worm as bait for anchored fishing, you could dig the rag yourself from the local Rag beds at low tide,
you would of course need a garden folk, wellies and plenty of energy,
or there's a really good tackle shop in Milford that supply them, including other baits.
There's also a good chandler in Neyland marina for charts and pretty much all things nautical.
I think you'll enjoy the ease of launching and fishing from Dale. there was a really good chandler in Dale when I where a lad during the 70s,
I remember drooling over there selection of dingh's and outboards, and was lucky enough to have one of the pvc one's at 5 year old.