Cowbridge & District Angling Club - Thaw, Kenson and Ely - Fishing in Wales

Cowbridge & District Angling Club – Thaw, Kenson and Ely

Cowbridge & District Angling Club has fishing on the River Thaw for brown trout. The club also has a short stretch of a tributary, the Kenson river, at Penmark. The club also has a stretch on the river Ely near Pendoylan.

The Thaw is a small narrow river that can be hard to fish. Unlike most rivers in Wales it is more lowland in character and is spring fed. It holds wild brown trout and stocked brown trout. Sea trout also run the Thaw. The best stretch is around Cowbridge.

The Ely is a medium sized river that has wild trout, grayling and a few chub and dace.

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Cowbridge & District Angling Club - Thaw, Kenson and Ely

Contact Name Richard Jones – Treasurer
Address Cowbridge
Vale of Glamorgan
CF71
Telephone 01446774442
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Species at this location

Brown trout

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Sea trout

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