The Mountbatten Breakwater, or Mountbatten Pier, is a popular site for local Plymouth anglers, or those watching ships arrive into the Plymouth Sound. The pier is a busy spot during peak times, with friendly fishermen of all ages trying their luck, but the area is welcoming to fishing newbies, and to those from out of town.
Also known as Western Kings' Point, Devil's Point sits to the east of the mouth of the River Tamar, where it joins the English Channel at Plymouth Sound Bay. The currents in this area are strong and fast, but close to the shore marks a good location for catching wrasse, eels, and cod. Devil's Point is also famous for being home to the current British shore record for the heaviest conger, weighing in at 67 lb.
Plymouth Foreshore is a stretch of coastline situated within the bay of Plymouth Sound. Its location provides good shelter from the elements, meaning the area can be fished in almost all weather conditions. The Plymouth Foreshore is well-known for producing some impressively large wrasse fish and conger eels, as well as some of the biggest bass in the local area.