Charter Boat: My Way

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Licensed For: up to 10 passengers
Code Of Practice: Cat 3 - 20 Miles from any safe haven
Hours: 3hr / 4hr / 5hr / 6hr / 8hr / 9hr / 10hr / 12hr / Multiple Days Trips
Contact: Gethyn Owen
Map: Location & Directions
Type of Fishing: Reef, Banks drifting and anchor fishing etc - smoothhound, tope, pollack, wrasse, huss plus many more and also Special Specimen Days And Competitions Arranged
Tackle Available: Yes - Contact Skipper
Bait Available: Yes - Contact Skipper
Boat Specification: 32 ft Aquastar, flush deck with ample space for anglers. Full Electronics package Lowrance HDS-8 Sounder with Structure Scan, Lowrance Global Chartplotter, Icom VHF-DSC, Furuno GPS, Koden Radar, Radio, cd, mp3 player & Ipod dock
Facilities: Toilet And Cooking Facilities - Oven, hob & kettle
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Website: www.goangling.co.uk
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We fish all year round for a variety of differing species, including smoothhound, tope, pollack, gurnards, codling, coalies, wrasse, rays and huss plus many more. My Way can be chartered for both full boat and individual bookings.

My Way is based at Holyhead Marina on the north western tip of the beautiful Isle of Anglesey, North Wales. Our coastal area benefits from a range of mixed grounds with mud, shingle, rock and sand banks all with in reach to offer some excellent and varied fishing. Your charter trip includes tea, coffee, and also a hot snack, plus the My Way galley includes a hob, oven, grill for your use if required, A variety of quality uptide and down tide rods with ABU 7500C3 reels are are available free of charge if needed. The set up comes with 1 end rig and weight.

Holyhead Marina has ample free parking for it's users. Over spill parking can be found on the hill over looking the Marina complex. With My Way on an easy access berth, there is a short walk onto the pontoons with no nusiance ladders or steps to climb along.

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About the Skipper:

Gethyn has been a keen angler all his life, both from the shore and the boat. GO Angling was set up in 2003 and My Way has since prooved to be a very popular vessel on the north Wales coast. Born locally, Gethyn has extensive local knowledge, with over 30years experience in these waters

A qualified Level 2 Angling Coach, Gethyn was a member of the Welsh National Boat Angling Team and has represented Wales in two Home Nations Championships and also one World Championships. The 41st World Boat Angling Championships held in Weymouth, England is where Gethyn finished 9th overall and helped Wales to 4th overall.

Latest Fishing Reports

  • 04/2016 Fishing Report by Gethyn Owen on My Way (Holyhead, Isle of Anglesey)

    Apr 2016 by Gethyn Owen

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    What a month April has been, weather wise we often refer to April showers, but this last month I think April has been through all the seasons, with a few days consisting of glorious sunshine, together with rain, hail snow and an awful lot of wind. This squall was sat above our intended fishing ground in Holyhead Deep.

    We left calm seas, in bright sunshine and were greeted with a good stiff breeze, that then also through hail, sleet and full on snow mid April. It turned bitterly cold with ice sticking to the deck. Back inshore that afternoon; the sunshine once again blazed down upon us.

    We have managed a good number of trips afloat, were some have tested our patience and kept us inshore, others have seen us venture into Holyhead Deep for successful hours catching big spurdogs and bull huss. Inshore we found a good mixed bag on every day, dogfish, codling, whiting and huss ranging from a few ounces up to double figures coming to the boat regularly.

    Local angler Phil Crompton had not fished afloat for a good number of years, concentrating his efforts more on the shore. Wanting to find his way back into boat angling, Phil chose a trip to Holyhead Deep this week to kick start his angling escapades afloat. The rewards came thick and fast with plenty of bits inshore followed by some great spurdog fishing

    I had avoided drifting the inshore rock marks for a number of weeks, sadly the [pollack were slow to move in and the waters far too cold still for wrasse. By Mid April, it was time for another try. Thankfully the smaller pollack were around together with a few coalfish,. Nothing big, but a start for inshore fishing and with fish ranging from 1 to 3lb, a steady flow ensured great fun for an early season session.

    With an ever increasing species count, Aprils fishing improved daily with a great variety of fish coming aboard My Way most days

    For more photos with this report, please copy and paste this link into youir browser

    http://www.goangling.co.uk/articles-reports/Report_2016_April.php

    Many more reports and photographs, an honest account of fishing from Holyhead, can be found on our website or facebook page

    http://www.goangling.co.uk

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  • 04/2016 Fishing Report by Gethyn Owen on My Way (Holyhead, Isle of Anglesey)

    Apr 2016 by Gethyn Owen

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    My Way regular Steve Harrison from Manchester, enjoyed another cracking day aboard My Way this week. As with most trips we started off inshore with a good number of doggies, small codling and small huss. Steve managed something different with a nice spotted ray.
    Lunchtime we headed out to Holyhead Deep and were then rewarded with plenty of spurdogs and huss for the crew, with Steve also bagging up for him himself

  • 04/2016 Fishing Report by Gethyn Owen on My Way (Holyhead, Isle of Anglesey)

    Apr 2016 by Gethyn Owen

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    Local angler Phil Crompton had not fished afloat for a good number of years, concentrating his efforts more on the shore. Wanting to find his way back into boat angling, Phil chose a trip to Holyhead Deep this week to kick start his angling escapades afloat.

    The rewards came thick and fast with plenty of bits inshore followed by some great spurdog fishing …

  • 12/04/2016 Fishing Report by Gethyn Owen on My Way (Holyhead, Isle of Anglesey)

    12 Apr 2016 by Gethyn Owen

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    Great day afloat today, little slow inshore - dogs, small huss, whiting, a solitary spotted ray and numerous 'micro codling' to a variety of baits. Mid afternoon we pushed off a little and tried a new mark looking for more quality spurdogs! It paid off, with spurs well into double figures alongwith some nice huss and dogfish.

    One of the days best goes to Peter Williams who managed to set a new Personal Best with a great looking spur of 16lb 15oz

  • 03/2016 Fishing Report by Gethyn Owen on My Way (Holyhead, Isle of Anglesey)

    Mar 2016 by Gethyn Owen

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    March 2016 was true to form, plenty of wind and rain mixed in with some gloriously fine days. The fishing, when able to get out was generally very good for early season, with some great spurdog fishing available when the weather allowed for travel a little further afield.

    Our general fishing trips in March tend to centre on our mainstay species, dogfish, whiting, codling and huss. These are caught in abundance with rays, coalies, pollack, dabs, congers and a few others making an appearance.
    Weather permitting, we travelled to areas of Holyhead Deep and encounter for fantastic sport from the packs of spurdogs passing through our waters. Normally Holyhead Deeps needs a neap tide to be fished successfully.

    When the weather is great early season the area we fish in the Deeps the tide size is not so critical. Granted the smaller tides give us longer at anchor, but a spring tide can also offer over 2hrs of good fishing.

    The vast majority of the spurs have been well into double figures, with the biggest falling to Burnley angler Bernard Casey, a fantastic species of 20lb 13oz, 1 lb over the current Welsh Record boat caught spur. She was weighed, and released after a quick photograph.

    April aboard My Way and the fishing continues to improve as moore species move inshore and the spurdog fishing improves.

    Please visit our website, Facebook pages or CBUK Catch galleries for up to the moinute reports and photographs from 2016 catches ...

    Tel: 07971 924046
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  • 5-star James Bell (22/03/2016)

    Was our first trip with Gethyn, what a cracking day out. Gethyn makes a special effort to make you feel welcome on board with as many teas and coffees as you can drink (when he's not cracking crap jokes)... Within the first hour after leaving the marina everyone on hoard was straight into the Spurdogs! With a couple coming close to the welsh record I believe. The boat was in excellent condition as was the tackle supplied. We all caught more than enough fish, for so soon after winter Gethyn obviously knows his stuff. Would highly recommend. Cheers Gethyn.

    Skippers Reponse: PMSL crap jokes, they were polite ones for your first trip! Thanks James, great to meet you both and glad you had a good day. Certainly some great spurs. See you both again soon

  • 5-star Peter Jones (19/09/2015)

    Gethyn, thanks for a brilliant days fishing! The atmosphere on the boat was great, the help and advice from you and Mark much appreciated and one fish after another made the day. Thanks and we'll see you again. Jones bros

    Skippers Reponse: Hi Peter, thank you for he review. Glad you guys enjoyed the day and also managed a few pollack and whiting for supper. See you soon

  • 5-star IAN WILSON (24/08/2015)

    This was our first time out with Gethyn, we were what you would call tourist sea anglers. I spoke with Gethyn before the trip, explaining my son would like to catch a tope, he advised me to book a particular date. From the moment we arrived, he was very friendly, welcoming us on to his boat. He was very clear in his instructions on showing us what to do with the type of fishing we would be doing. He was always there to support us, constantly encouraging my son, who as always outfished me.Gethyn explained about the different types of fish that were caught. There was a good atmosphere on the trip, with tea and a snack. Would THOROUGHLY recommend a trip out with him and look forward to another trip in the future.

    Skippers Reponse: Thanks for the review Ian, it was a great day, the young man fished extremely well for a host of different species, including his first tope. Really pleased for him. See you both again soon, thanks

  • 5-star Mark Dolben (19/06/2015)

    Awesome days fishing aboard Myway 19/6/2015 smooth hounds were the target of the day as part of Myways smooth hound challenge competition and as always we were not disappointed with Gethyn the skipper managing to put us on some fearnominal fishing with well over 30 smooth hounds landed on the day many of them into double figures and a new PB of 20lb4oz for myself Gethyn informed me that my fish was the third 20lb+ hound to be landed aboard Myway in the last two days truly exceptional and must rate as some of the best smooth hound fishing available in the UK! As always Gethyn made sure everyone had a good day by providing a constant supply of tea coffee and sausage sandwiches as well as helpful tips and information on tackle we were using bait presentation and rigs making sure the guys that had never tried this type of fishing before got the best out of there day afloat as I have said before I would highly recommend a trip abroad Myway I had an absolutely fantastic day and to top it off I was lucky enough to landed not only a new PB but the biggest hound of the day winning a brand new rod and reel kindly donated by Gethyn himself and I would like to thank him very much and I can't wait till the next time

    Skippers Reponse: Awesome Mark, thank you for the very kind words. Great fun and what a catch! Still time to smash another PB! Cheers Geth

  • 5-star Chris Firth (15/06/2015)

    Nice boat, great skipper and good craic what more can you ask for. After doing a lot of cod bashing in the north east and owning a small boat myself I was dubious of going back to charters.I should have done it years ago. From the first contact with Gethyn he was helpful and you could tell he had enthusiasm and knowledge for angling. I explained my situation and that I wanted to learn the art of sea fishing for species instead of ripping for cod. Gethyn sorted my bait lent me some lighter gear and sorted my rigs for the type of fishing. He showed me how to present my bait and explained how to handle my fish and a bit about the fish themselves. With all the help and cups of tea I managed to boat my first doggie, Huss and smooth hound. I will be back for more. Thanks Gethyn.

    Skippers Reponse: Hi Chris, thank you for the review, was a good day and glad we managed to help out with our fishing styles over here on the west coast. Look forward to July and we can go for more, thanks Geth

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