Celtic Wildcat , a 36` fast catamaran with 300hp Caterpillar engines, is an ideal stable platform for fishing and diving and sight seeing around the west Wales coast. Experienced skippers Nick O`Sullivan and Tracy Smith have extensive local knowledge and aim to give you an enjoyable day on or under the water.
Follow the link for Sealife Adventures on our website for bird watching, dolphin and whale watching trips.
Milford Haven. We can offer all year around fishing, inshore on the Milford Haven waterway or offshore,there is always a good variety of fish to be caught. It is not uncommon to have more than 10 different species on board on the same day.
Reef Fishing. Conger, Ling, Bull Huss, Pollack, Codling, Wrasse, Coalies Some of the species we catch whilst at anchor or drifting or anchoring onover rough ground and reefs
Sand Bank. Turbot, Ray, Plaice, Dabs, Gurnard, Bass, Spur Dog and Tope.
Our inshore trip is a 10 hour day during which we try to give you a variety of fishing locations (rough ground and sandbank) at anchor or drifting.
Bass. One of our prized species – especially fond of live sand eel (which can be stored live on board). Best time for Bass is July onwards Inshore.
Hats and Barrels. There is an area of reefs and rocky outcrops off the West coast of Pembrokeshire called `The Smalls Hats, and Barrels` the depths vary from 50 metres to 2 metres and you will be fishing over some huge sub sea pinnacles. This area can only be fished on tides up to 6 metres in height and is prolific fishing for Pollack, Coalies, Codling and Mackerel. This is a day mainly of drift fishing, but we can drop the anchor and fish the bottom for a short while at slack water.
Wreck Fishing. This is a developing section of our business where we are now travelling anything up to 50 miles offshore in the Atlantic Ocean or St George`s Channel to locate wrecks for fishing. Most of the catches so far have been Pollack up to 16lb but we are sure that there are bigger fish to be had. Ling have also been caught on the wrecks. Best time for conger off wrecks is late Summer and into the Autumn months.
Shark Fishing. July to Mid October is the best time for Shark fishing. We start the day by catching fresh mackerel and whist traveling to the fishing grounds we make up our rubby-dubby (not for the faint hearted). The main species caught are Blue Shark (best so far 180Lb) and Porbeagle ( best so far 140Lb).
This is a very much more specialised sport which needs planning and preparation for at least a 12 hour day which takes you 25 miles or more offshore. If you are interested in Shark fishing it is best to give us a call to discuss tackle etc.