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Penallta Angling Club - Fishing in Wales

Penallta Angling Club

Penallta Angling Club controls Penallta Ponds which are 2 pools of about 1 acre each.

These two coarse ponds in Penallta Park can also be fished by Royal Oak AC and five other Clubs which form the Rhymey Valley Federation of Angling Clubs.

The ponds were created about 20 years ago and were heavily stocked with silver fish, perch, carp, bream and tench and as the ponds have matured so has the quality of the fish stock.

No fish are to be removed and barbless hooks must be used.

As part of the agreement between the Federation Clubs no competitions are to be held at these ponds and no keep nets are to be used.

The season follows the normal coarse fishing dates – 16th June- 14th March

Fish include tench, roach, carp, perch and bream.

Where? Parc Penallta, Ystrad Mynach, Mid Glamorgan, CF82 7GL. Rhymney Federation

Season tickets £20 from Carl Roper, Green’s Tackle, Bryn Road, Pontllanfraith, NP12 2BU. 01495 221881.

What’s being caught? Bags of roach to 46lb, tench, perch, bream and carp to 5 lb

Tactics? Maggots with groundbait with the short pole to 8mtr or whip to hand

Image © Gareth James and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence.

Penallta Angling Club

Address Caerphilly

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