From the shore Pwllheli is the got to place for black bream in north wales with the stretch behind the golf course being a favoured spot. That said though I know a lot of lads who go out there way to target them each year and most of them are still waiting. I know it'll be different from a yak as you can find a likely fish holding area on your FF but it won't be anything like you experienced at Swanage.
Martin, A little further off Anglesey, you may already know - Pwllheli is well known for Bream around the Gimblet Rock area, Izzetafox may have info for here.
Indeed there is a run of Black Bream at the Gimlet. Generally people head to the western end of the beach by the golf course and towards Careg y Dafydd. Small hooks and fine strips of squid are usually the target having said that whilst at Swanage I caught well on small Sabikis tipped with an inch of ragworm.
Nip into D & E Hughes tackle shop in Pwllheli for up to date information.
Or you could head slightly east to Butlins Point and have a real challenge. In recent years a few Trigger fish have been caught.
Pwllheli is one of the best areas for a range of species.
Whoops just seen Shauns post. Doh!
Last Edit: May 22, 2015 11:11:45 GMT -1 by izzetafox