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Cambrian Angling Association: Llynnoedd Gamallt - Fishing in Wales
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Cambrian Angling Association: Llynnoedd Gamallt

The two Gamallt Lakes (24 and 5 acres) are situated in the Western part of the Migneint Mountain and are a fairly easy 25-minute walk from the car park. They are considered one of the finest wild brown fisheries in Wales, with free rising trout over 1lb in weight regularly caught.

Local flies, known as “Ffestiniog Flies”, work best at the Gamallt Lakes. There are collections of these flies for day fishing, night fishing and for different periods during the fishing season. The more popular of these flies are :- Mallard and Chocolate, Reddish-Black Sedge, Hares Ear Sedge, Large Reddish-Black Sedge, Robat Jos’ Shop Sedge, (and a few other sedges), Fflambo, Mallard and Claret and the Heather Fly.

As of 2024, tickets can no longer be booked online with The Fishing Passport. Information on local ticket outlets can be found on the clubs website.

Images © Alan Parfitt & Ceri Thomas

Cambrian Angling Association: Llynnoedd Gamallt

Contact Name Darren Williams
Address Blaenau Ffestiniog

Species at this location

Brown trout

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