Cambrian Angling Association - Fishing in Wales
Snowdonia llyn Cwm Corsiog

Cambrian Angling Association

Centred around Blaenau Ffestiniog, the Cambrian Angling Association is one of the oldest angling clubs in Wales, with a long history of producing famous fly patterns for wild lake trout.

The association has many game fishing waters across North Wales, including spectacular wild upland lakes and small rivers. Any method is permitted.

Fishing is available on 14 mountain lakes including Llyn Morwynion; Llyn yr Adar; Llyn Barlwyd; Llyn Conglog; Llyn Cwm Corsiog; Llyn Cwm Foel; Llyn Cwmorthin; Llynoedd Cwn; Llynoedd Dubach; Llyn Dubach y Bont; Llyn Dwr Oer; Llyn Ffridd y Bwlch, Llyn Manod, Llyn Lliagi and Llyn Gamallt.

The association also has fishing on the Rivers Dwyryd and its tributaries the Teigl, Cynfal and Goedol. These are small streams with wild trout.

Day, week and season tickets are available from local shops in the area or can be booked online with The Fishing Passport.

Image © Alan Parfitt

Cambrian Angling Association

Contact Name G Jones
Address Blaenau Ffestiniog
Gwynedd
LL41
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