Fishing in Cornwall
Fishing is a national past-time and one which can be fun for the whole family. Wherever you choose to fish, either in a lake or the sea, you are bound to get caught up with the thought of catching supper.
You can’t beat the taste of freshly caught Cornish mackerel, barbecued on one of many sandy Cornish beaches, whilst watching the sun go down! When the tide is right, we have caught many mackerel just off our quay at Restronguet and seen the water literally boiling with fish just off the pontoon at the Pandora.
Cornwall Fishing Adventures
A guided onshore fishing excursion for anyone interested in dabbling in the great world of sea angling from the Cornish coast. Angling has changed through time, and they’re enthusiastic about sharing the wonder of their native Cornish waters surrounding Falmouth’s fishing, scenery, and wildlife.
So, whether you’re planning a trip to Cornwall and don’t know where to fish or what to do, or if you’ve always wanted to try your hand at shore fishing, let Cornwall Fishing Adventures be your guide!Website
Offering Chartered Fishing Trips, Shark Fishing, Swimming with Sharks and Big Game Fishing, there is so much to do on the Seawatch 1, available for half day, full day and evening trips! They guarantee a professional service taking care of you on the water start to finish with over 50 years of experience.Website
Anglo Dawn is Falmouth’s newest charter boat, having been purpose-built for charter fishing. Anglo Dawn is a Blue Water 32 constructed in the United Kingdom, with a capacity of 10 passengers and 2 crew members.
Falmouth Bay is abundant in marine life and hosts a wide range of fish species throughout the year; pollack and ling may be caught on local wrecks and reefs early in the year, but as the season progresses, whiting and cod, as well as flatfish, bass, gurnard, mackerel, herring, and a variety of other species, begin to arrive.Website