Plan F – Cymyran Bay, Anglesey

Cymyran, Looking Between Holy Island (left) and Anglesey Proper (right)
Cymyran, Looking Between Holy Island (left) and Anglesey Proper (right)

Plan F was Cymyran Bay, behind RAF Valley. The road to the beach is, to say the least, a little bumpy, but the end result is worth it. Cymyran Bay is almost unknown to most people and hence was almost deserted when we got there.

We made our way to the deep channel between Holy Island and Anglesey proper and cast in our large crabs baits. We know the Bass cruise this channel when the tide turns so we waited in anticipation. Unfortunately thats all we did, wait, wait and wait some more.

Incoming Tide, Cymyran
Incoming Tide, Cymyran

Eventually the incoming tide pushed us of our spot so we moved back a bit but by then the current was to strong and the weed was becoming a problem so all in all Sunday was not a very fishy day at all.

But who can complain with the scenery Anglesey presents at every turning. I’m sure this spot will throw us a fish or two eventually but that will have to wait until next time…

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  1. Anonymous said:

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    June 12, 2006
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  2. Anonymous said:

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    June 12, 2006
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  3. John ROYCROFT said:

    Please excuse this extraneous enquiry hoping to take advantage of local knowledge. On 22xii1944 a US 8th Army Air Force plane crashed into the sea on approach to Valley Airfield. There were only two survivors. There must have been an enquiry, obviously American (and WW II was still raging in Europe). Does a (verbatim) report survive, including a list of any official Brits present, even if only as observers? There is nothing in the Holyhead Anglesey Mail on or after the relevant date.
    Thank you, including for any promising pointers.
    John Roycroft, an 83-year-old private researcher resident in NW London.

    July 28, 2012
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