A small island adjacent to the Isle of Man, surrounded by deep gullies and troughs and holds a variety of species

Main Species

Pollack, wrasse, conger eels, pouting, mackerel, dogfish, codling, ling, coalfish, rockling

Recommended Baits:

Worms, sandeels, mackerel, crabs

Directions : Fishing is only allowed from August to September because of nesting birds. Head for Port Erin on the south of the island, where a boat leaves two or three times a day. The best marks are at the southern end of the island. Follow the tracks and let the warden know your intentions on the way past the cottage
Season : August to September