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Fish Week Festival

Submitted by on May 28, 2014 – 8:02 amNo Comment

wales_pembrokeshire_fish-festGonna be in Wales this summer, Road Trips Foodies? Here’s a fest you might like: the 2014 Pembrokeshire Fish Week Festival is set for June 28 through July 6, 2014.

If you’d like to catch your own, you don’t even need to pack a fishing pole. Head to the Llys-Y-Fran Reservoir and Country Park where all equipment, permit and licenses are provided.

Learn to Fly Fish at White House Mill Trout Fishery with sessions to include casting demonstrations and tuition, followed by fishing, any fish caught can be taken home for supper.

Professional Coaches from Pembrokeshire Federation of Angling Coaches (PFAC) will be on hand at all of the above sessions to teach and assist.

For some fresh sea air, join Awesome Fishing for shore and boat fishing taster sessions. It’s Mackerel Madness on ‘Summertime’ with Tenby fishing: take your catch home or have it cooked for you. Fish on wrecks and reefs with Thousand Island Expeditions, while you can take in the scenery and marine life around Skomer and Skokholm Islands as you fish with Broadside Boat Charter.

But, what if you don’t want to catch your own dinner? Every restaurant in the region’s offering special fish dinners. There are fish-centered craft sessions, a fishing fashion show, fish-themed coastal walks, seashore foraging adventures, boat trips with fishermen, sea kayaking, photography contest…. Check the website for all your options.

Pembrokeshire Fish Week Festival 2014 celebrates the fish, coastline and maritime heritage of the coastal county of Pembrokeshire in West Wales, United Kingdom. It is organized by Pembrokeshire County Council and part-funded by the Welsh Government.

(Photo courtesy of Pembrokeshire Fish Week Festival)

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