Above Cenarth and the rock fault which creates the beautiful falls, the River Teifi winds through prime agricultural land forming serpentine bends with wide deep pools as it flows down from Newcastle Emlyn.
Another fault in the land by the bridge at Emlyn forms a long rocky fall in the river fed by a huge meandering loop in the Teifi which protects Newcastle Emlyn castle on three sides.This part of the river has several hundred yards of deep slow water which fishes well to a spinner and worm.
The river here fishes for brown trout, sewin (sea trout) and salmon.
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