Tal-y-Llyn Lake is at the head of Afon Dysynni, a river only 8 miles long and entering the sea at Tywyn. Primarily a river for migrating sea trout and salmon, it is famed for its particularly large sea trout.
The lake offers superb brown trout fishing and if you’re looking for somewhere very different for a fishing holiday, or are just after an alternative to the somewhat sterile surroundings of many of our rainbow fisheries, Tal-y-Llyn is the answer. It has a good head of wild brown trout which is added to by a small stocking each year, but these fish quickly adapt to their new home. The glacial lake is fed by clear mountain water from the nearby heights.
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