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Osprey Fly Fishers Association

Osprey Fly Fisher’s Association is an angling club based in the South Wales area, mostly around Pontypridd and Abercynon.

The club has some of the best water on the river Taff, with a stretch from Treforest industrial estate up to Abercynon. The river here holds good wild brown trout, some very large, with a healthy stock of grayling.

The club also has fishing in the river Cynon, a Taff tributary. In recent years this has become known for good grayling fishing.

There is also an excellent stretch of the river Rhondda, a Taff tributary with a reputation for good trout fishing.

The club also has the Clydach river, a small stream which has a good head of small, but obliging wild brown trout.

The club has a block booking lease to fish the Beacons reservoir, near Brecon, which has wild brown trout.

Permits are available through the secretary and various outlets, see the website for details.

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Osprey Fly Fishers Association

Contact Name D Baynham
Address 27 Hillcrest Avenue
Aberdare
CF44 6YH
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Species at this location

Atlantic salmon

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Brown trout

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Grayling

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