Welcome To Fishing In Wales

by anglers, for anglers

Regular visitors may be wondering why we look so different!

We have rebuilt the site from the ground up (yet again!) to take (further) advantage of advances in mapping tech and make hopefully make it even more useful and easy to search.

We have well over a thousand opportunities listed for fishing in Wales. We value and rely on feedback from Anglers, so please do feel free to comment on any listing or contact us if you know of somewhere we have missed out.

PLEASE NOTE:This site aggregates publicly available information only. We cannot guarantee the legality nor safety of any fishing listed, nor the access thereto. We advise seeking local knowledge.

Latest Fishing News From Wales

Welsh Federation of Coarse Anglers 2015 AGM

8th Apr – 2015 AGM – The 2015 Welsh Federation of Coarse Anglers AGM will be held via video conferance from Sports Wales facilities at Sophia Gardens, Plas Menai and Deeside on Saturday 16th May 2015, starting at 11.00 am. Nick Massey will need to receive notice of attendance by Friday 8th May 2015 to enable Sports Wales to issue relevant security access codes. All items to be included in the agenda are to be submitted by the same... read more

Recent Troutmasters Reports

Rhayader & Elan Valley AA Waters, Powys The Rhayader & Elan Valley Angling Association waters produced some spectacular catches in March. On the Elan Valley reservoirs, Kevin Bufton, of Rhayader, landed six beautiful native browns for 6lb, the largest weighing in at 2lb. On the rivers, Gavin Rees, of Rhayader, landed a 50cms brown trout, weighing just under 3lb, and at Llyngwyn, Paul Metcalf, of Llandrindod Wells, landed a 6lb rainbow and Mike Jones, of Newtown, landed a 7lb rainbow on a Cat’s Whisker. Best flies for Llyngwyn have been Cat’s Whisker, Blob, and Damsel with intermediate lines.   Ynys y Fro Reservoirs, Gwent Despite some very variable weather, both ponds continue to fish well with numerous limits being achieved. Ken Bowring managed limits on both ponds over two sessions, while Dave Howells, Dave Slocombe and Keith Higgins landed eight fish from the top pond. The bottom pond saw Adrian Moyse, Steve Mitchell Joel Craig, Ray Tucker and Dave Woods all return catch and release quotas. Other notable returns for the week, included Cardiff member Alan Rees landing seven trout, regular day ticket visitor Joel Craig also landing seven fish and members Dean Connolly, stocking officer Steve Kean, day ticket visitor Dave Jessop and Ken Pascoe catching six rainbows each. Five fish went to Roy Baynton. James Williams followed his excellent brown trout catch of the previous week with four rainbows while day ticket visitor Chris Brown also landed four trout. Alun Paul, Benny Hill, Mike Brake and head bailiff John Mcindo each landed three fish. Regular member Ivor Thomas took a total of nine fish over two visits,... read more

Victory For Fish Legal Over Water Companies

A press release has come in from Fish Legal… Fish Legal has won a major victory in our groundbreaking case against Yorkshire Water Services Ltd and United Utilities Plc, which was the culmination of the six year legal campaign for greater transparency within the water and sewerage industry which we have reported to members before. The Upper Tribunal ruled last Friday that water companies in England & Wales are ‘public authorities’ for the purposes of the Environmental Information Regulations (2004) and so are now under a legal duty to disclose environmental information they hold to the public. The implications of this test case, which has been fought over the past 6 years, will be felt industry-wide. It could also affect companies operating in other privatised industries which have a similar role managing resources and services of public interest, such as the oil, gas, electricity providers and the Royal Mail. Fish Legal often wants to know about sewage pollution and over-abstraction that damages rivers and coastal waters to help us fight legal cases on behalf of our member clubs and fishery owners. This judgment means we now have a right to get this information directly from the water companies themselves. In the past, several companies refused to provide any information when asked, whilst others expressly refused to disclose information in line with this law. The Judges in this case ruled they were wrong to do so. Any concerned individual or organisation now has a right to the environmental information held by the water and sewerage companies. The water and sewerage industry causes significant damage to the environment every year. This... read more