The National Trust has fishing on Cregennan Lakes.
Cregennan Lakes are two natural lakes, situated on the northern slopes of Cader ldris.
The large lake, 27 acres, with a small island, holds wild brown trout. Fly, spinning or worm fishing is permitted.
The small lake, 13 acres, is regularly stocked with blue & rainbow trout, plus a good head of wild brownies. Fly only.
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