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Sounds as if it might be the flat area of grass to the East of the Suspension bridge (Quay built as a mooring place for boats building the bridge - welsh called Cei Bont). But don't understand 'the entry to a car park' bit?? Perhaps the gate's gone - usually park directly UNDER the bridge.
Too much current for me on the ebb until last two hours but by then you can go down (steps left) onto shore. Fish down on the shore 25yds the left at low water. Or go further left and fish down the end of an old weed covered slipway - deepish water between a little island (Half-tide Rock) and the shore - spin or floatfish. Good luck!

Oh and its the Menai Straits not straights, by the way (narrow stretch of water between two lots of land?!)
 

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Great post re: fishing very light 'down the side'! Never thought of doing it but what a good way of catching mini-species! Must try it next time i've got an hour or two and the tide's up! Beware crabs though! Thanks for the tip.
 
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