heading west myself this weekend...going on the float and lure sat evening and sunday morning high waters.going to try the rocks around porth clais.....using froozen sand eels and ragworm......if your there,i will be to the right hand side of the harbour mouth and along the shore a bit...good luck..
Porthclais is a fantastic area and the only part of this coast I know fairly well! Watch out for big swells on the rocks out round the corner on the R overlooking St Brides Bay and Ramsey, but if it's fairly calm it's a great area to fish and relax!
If it's a bit rough there is a rock mark reachable by a fair scramble which puts you right at the mouth of the inlet and in more sheltered conditions. It would be cramped with any more than 2 anglers. Not that deep but produces pollack to a couple of pounds to jellyworms & redgills retrived slowly over the kelp: you ideally want high tide corresponding with evenings. Great sport on light spinning tackle! There is sand in the middle of the inlet, but owing to the rather cramped position I haven't tried legering here, although at night I imagine the huss might show as sandeels are there in numbers.
Have a good 'un!
Incidentally has anybody tried the Dinas Fawr headland - the first large one east of Solva? I did some geology fieldwork round here a few years ago and it looked a fishy spot! Goes quite a way out so sea.
do all my fishing out of solva on boat, good place dinas fawr(pen dinas), pollack 2 5lb, bass macky and i would imagine wrasse doggy huss trigger fish. but if you fish anywhere between porthclais and pen dinas you should have a great time and good catch, even from the shore between that roughly 1 mile, ive had rockling pollack, doggy, bass, wrasse, macky, plaice scad, gurnard so its good