Cross Hands and District Angling Association - Fishing in Wales

Cross Hands and District Angling Association

Cross Hands and District Angling Association has fishing on the various rivers in West Wales.

Most of the fishing is on the famous river Towy, with 12 miles of prime water controlled by the club. The beats are spread out at various locations along the lower river, from Capel Dewi up to Llangadog. The club also has good water on the Cothi and the Teifi. Full details on the club website.

Cross Hands and District Angling Association has good fly fishing water and is primarily fished for sea trout, although salmon can be caught late in the season. Brown trout are also present.

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Cross Hands and District Angling Association

Contact Name P Kiernan
Address 6 Clos-yr-Hendre
Capel Hendre
Ammanford
SA18 3NN
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Species at this location

Brown trout

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Sea trout

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Atlantic salmon

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