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Caerphilly and District Angling Association - Fishing in Wales
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Caerphilly and District Angling Association

Caerphilly & District Angling Association has been providing local fishing in the Caerphilly area for over 68 years.

It’s largest and most popular water is Caerphilly Castle moat, which are a series of lakes, formerly the moat of Caerphilly castle, around 25 acres in area. This is a good specimen carp and pike lake.

Other fish in the Moat include roach, crucian carp, chub, rudd, tench, eels, carp, bream and perch.

The club also has fishing on around 5 miles of the River Rhymney for grayling, brown trout, chub and dace.

The club also has access to Semtex lake Brynmawr which holds carp and pike, and the river Wye at Wyesham outside of the salmon season.

Day or season tickets for the Rhymney river are available through Tony’s Tackle in Caerphilly, or online via clubmate. Full membership options are available through the club’s website.

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Caerphilly and District Angling Association

Contact Name Brendan Adair (secretary)
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