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"Book Preview" Dock Road (River Dee) North Wales


How To Get There


From Chester head on the A55 to North Wales. Turn right at Ewloe on to the A494 and then left at the Queensferry roundabout. From here travel straight on for about 2 ½ miles and turn right at Tyre Save into Dock Road. Carry on around the bends and you come to the main Dock on your left where you can fish from right by your car.

Grid Ref SJ 296697




How To Fish


This venue is predominantly known as a great place for Flatties. Using lugworm as bait on a spoon rig has always caught lots of good size Flounder and Plaice to 2lbs. Also here you will catch Silver Eels, the odd Bass and even a rare Sea Trout

In the winter you now get a large run of Codling to 3lbs caught on lugworm wrapped in squid, Whiting to fish baits and also the occasional Bass.

Do not fish here after heavy rain or snow for the fresh water coming down from the hills kills the fishing. The river also has a Bore which on a spring tide can be quite large. This venue is best fished on a 24-25ft tide.




1 Suitable for disabled person.

2 A short walk over light terrain.

3 Lengthy or strenuous walk over medium terrain.

4 Lengthy walk over medium terrain with scramble to fishing platform.

5 Lengthy strenuous walk with scramble to fishing platform.




1 Promenade or pier.

2 Shingle or sand.

3 Boulders or stones and possibly slippery.

4 Comfortable rock platform.

5 Uncomfortable rock platform.




Parking and Walking …...Park on the Dock and you can fish straight from the car.

Summer Species ………. Flounder, Plaice, Whiting, Silver Eel, Bass, Sea Trout.

Winter Species……..…….Flounder, Plaice, Codling, Whiting, Silver Eel, Strap Conger Bass.

Best Months…….………..Sept – April.

Rigs …………….……...… 2 hook loose 1/0, Flounder Spoon 1/0.

Best Baits……….…..........Lugworm, squid, mackerel.



A very strong tidal run here so best fished on a 24 - 25ft tide.


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