Bass Fishing Wales is based in the picturesque seaside town of Tywyn situated just north of the Dyfi Estuary and south of the dysynni estuary within the Snowdonia National Park on the West Wales coast. An historic town popular with tourists and anglers alike. Tywyn has a rich maritime and outdoor activity history that continues to this day.
Tywyn is a picturesque town with plenty to do for anglers and non-anglers alike. The town boasts an award winning, blue flag beach, hosts fine pubs and excellent restaurants. The town also has plenty of shops within its “olde worlde” winding streets selling everything from clothes, local crafts, art, food, boating supplies, fishing tackle and general beach wares. It’s situation in the Snowndonia National Park also gives any prospective visitor full access to some of the most breathtaking scenery in the British Isles as well as some of the best mountain walking available anywhere, including the famous Cadair Idris and for the adventurous, Snowdon, Wales’ highest mountain is only an hour and a half way.
Tywyn is centrally located on the coast of Wales with excellent transport links by road and rail. The Midlands of England are only two and half hours away, Manchester is two hours away as are both North and South Wales.
This year sees us joining forces with a good friend and guide Nigel Crook, a passionate bass angler from Abersoch . Having Nigel on the team in north wales will not only give us more areas to fish but will give ease of access for people travelling from the north. Nigel knows the area of the llyn peninsular coastline very well indeed and it covers from Pwllheli on its south side to Trefor on the north. We think Nigel will be a great asset to the team.
FS Guiding who works in conjunction with bass fishing wales are based on the beautiful llyn peninsula, near the popular coastal village of Abersoch. FS guiding operates over the species rich waters of the llyn coastline, estuarine and river systems. European bass being the main target, the coastal habitat offers a multitude of extremely productive tidal hotspots, which are not only just a joy to fish but also to appreciate its extreme natural beauty. A strong focus is also set for mullet, salmon, seatrout and pike. Salmon and seatrout are predominately pursued on private estate waters and the middle welsh Dee and pike on the rivers lower stretches.