Corus Sea fishing

The “Short Arm” belongs to Corus Steel in Port Talbot is accessed by permit only. I understand the current cost is £27.50 for the short arm and £46 for the long arm. Permits are available via 08706 096699 for the short arm and 01639 871111 est 3368 which is the British Steel Sports Club.

Both sea fishing marks are breakwaters and offer comfortable fishing venues. Lure fishing, float and bottom fishing techniques work well here for a range of sea fishing species.

Corus species

Summer species include, Bass, Mackerel, Garfish, Pollack, Wrasse, Mullet, Dogfish, with flatties, conger eels and Ray making an occasional appearance, winter species include Dogfish, Pouting and Whiting.

Like many pier marks anything is possible, so fish hard!

Bait & Fishing methods

The ground a short distance out is clean and all methods work well. Frozen Mackerel / Squid work well for the Rays, Conger, Bass and Doggies. Worm and Sand Eel will produce flatties and Bass. Bread and fish mix for Mullet on light float gear. Lug works well in the winter months!

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Sea Fishing Marks