Visiting anglers to Falmouth in Cornwall are not only in for a culinary treat but also some good fishing. The Red Gurnard is not only considered an excellent eating fish and served in the town’s many fine fish restaurants but
Holiday-makers wanting to try a spot of fishing are spoilt for choice for places to try along the nearby coastline and in the extensive inland waters of the Fal estuary. If staying in Falmouth, one of the most popular marks
Select either a high tide early in the morning before the visitors arrive or in the evening after they’ve gone. This is when mackerel shoals may come very close in to this sandy beach, well within casting range, to feed
It’s often too busy with visitors enjoying other watersports to make fishing worthwhile in season during the day but early morning and evening can produce bass and the odd flatfish. However, the rocky promontories either side of the beach can
Gyllyngvase is a sandy and very popular swimming beach for both visitors and the residents of Falmouth and so fishing opportunities are limited. Early in the morning, when the beach is quieter, can produce bass on lures and sandeel baits.