Our Waters

As one of the biggest clubs in North Wales we are proud to be able to off our member over 40 miles of fishing in North Wales. Additionally our members have access to fishing in South Wales, England and Scotland. 

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River Clwyd - Llannerch Beat

This beat, being the club beat nearest to the sea is the one salmon and sea trout reach first once they start entering the river. 

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River Clwyd - Glan Y Wern

This is an excellent mainly double bank beat of about one mile in length with plenty of good pools and runs over its entire length. 

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River Clwyd - Pont Perfa / Pont Telpyn

The river is predominantly tree lined with some deep pools but mainly shallow runs and riffles

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River Elwy - Kinmel Beat 1

A beat of just over half a mile of right hand bank fishing only. We share this beat with one Wirral Game rod.

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River Elwy - Ddol Farm

The beat has a classic spate river topography, fast running water over boulders and large stones.

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River Clywedog

This beat is approximately 1.5 miles of double bank fishing except for the upstream limit where the right bank finishes before the left.

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Llyn Bran

This is a predator fishing water with pike and perch present.

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River Dee - Outflow

Grayling are  present and during the colder months offer very good fishing with float, ledger or fly.

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River Lliw

The Lliw at is a brown trout river, similar in many respects to the Llafar in terms of size, flies and fish.

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Llyn Cwmprysor

Llyn Cwmprysor, shown on an OS map as Llyn Tryweryn,  is a small mountain lake full of wild, hard fighting brown trout.

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River Clwyd - Greenbank / Perthewig

Although the beat is regarded predominantly as a salmon and sea trout beat, it can also provide some excellent wild brown trout fishing and dry fly fishing can be very productive. 

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River Clwyd - Llandyrnog

The challenging nature of the beat means that it’s under-fished.  So, if you like your fishing to be a solitary experience, this is the beat for you.

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River Clwyd - Pont Telpyn / Ruthin Park

Not the most popular stretch to fish due to its close proximity to the sewage works and it is also a popular dog walking area so fishing can be disturbed by the odd diving Labrador!

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River Elwy - Kinmel Beat 2

A beat of one and a half miles of mostly double bank fishing.

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River Elwy - Gypsy Lane

This beat comprises of 400 yards of left bank only upstream from the access lane. The beat is noted for salmon and sea trout when the conditions are favourable.

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River Wheeler

The River Wheeler is a small tributary of the Clwyd that has an established population of brown trout and has runs of sea trout and salmon when the water heights are right. 

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River Dee - Bala

This stretch can be fished fly only for trout and grayling during the salmon season, mid March to mid October.

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River Dee - Llangollen

We have a reciprocal arrangement with Llangollen-Maelor AA for two of our members per day to fish their waters on the River Dee near Llangollen. 

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River Tryweryn

The Tryweryn is a brown trout river. Most are natural wild fish supplemented by fingerling stocking by the club. 

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River Clwyd - Plasnewydd

Although this beat is regarded as a predominantly a salmon and seat trout beat, it is also home to a good stock of wild brown trout with some sizable fish amongst them.

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River Clwyd / River Clywedog - Llanynys

Again a beat that is hardly fished but well worth the effort to get to know.

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River Clwyd - Ruthin Park to Pont Eyarth

A lovely stream with runs and pools although quite over grown. Also be aware that sea trout have been caught above this stretch as early as June and July in recent years so you may be lucky.

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River Elwy - Kinmel Beat 3

A beat of one and a half miles of mostly double bank fishing on the Kinmel Estate.

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River Elwy - Roe Park

Please note that this beat is only for three rods at any one time. The beat is noted for salmon and sea trout when the conditions are favourable.

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Llyn Clywedog

The lake has a good head of wild brown trout, stocking of rainbows happens numerous times throughout the year. There are a number of fishing platforms and a raised walkway along the northern shore.

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River Dee - Llandderfel

This is a superb beat with lovely pools. Salmon anglers do well here at the back end of the season.

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River Llafar

As many other upland rivers this water fishes best in flood conditions.

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Llyn Tegid

Llyn Tegid holds perch, roach, pike, trout, grayling, eels,  along with salmon in the season and the legendary GWYNIAD.

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