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Prysor Angling Association: River Eden - Fishing in Wales

Prysor Angling Association: River Eden

Prysor Angling Association has game fishing for wild brown trout on the full length of the River Eden.

Afon Eden is a tributary of Afon Mawddach. It runs in a mainly southerly direction from Trawsfynydd to Y Ganllwyd where it joins the Mawddach. It is a spate river strewn with boulders and with a peaty stain to the water. The upper reaches have some deep pools as the river meanders slowly through the peat before increasing in speed towards the lower end.

There are some nice deep pools and glides which hold brown trout typically up to three quarters of a pound. There is a run of sewin and salmon towards the end of the season.

Three beats of the Eden can be booked online with the Fishing Passport.

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Prysor Angling Association: River Eden

Contact Name Malcolm Atherton
Address 8 Pantycelyn
LL41 4UH

Species at this location

Brown trout

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Sea trout

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