River Dee - Outflow

Beat Description

From the Dee bridge downstream to the confluence of the Tryweryn and Dee on both banks. This stretch holds mainly coarse fish, perch and roach in abundance and also pike. Grayling are  present and during the colder months offer very good fishing with float, ledger or fly. Fishing is by any legal method. Maggots are permitted here.


Please see map for details.




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