Fishing Blogs To Read In Wales
Over the years Wales has produced many prolific angling bloggers, keen fishers who have recorded their exploits online. While not all of these blogs are kept up-to-date by their owners, they still provide a valuable resource and provide plentiful inspiration for fishing adventures in Wales.
Blog By ‘Fishing In Wales’ Marketing Manager Ceri Thomas. This covers wild fishing in remote Welsh lakes and rivers, often in remote and beautiful countryside.
Fishing with ex-Welsh river captain Terry Bromwell on the rivers of South Wales, including the Taff, where giant urban trout swim.
Blog by Lee Evans, chairman of Gwent Angling Society, based on the river Usk. Lots of great fishing information, fly tying and llyn fishing in the Welsh hills.
The blog of mid-Wales based fishing guide Andrew Cartwright, particular focus on fishing the upper Severn.
Fishing in Mid-Wales on the Wye and tributaries, with lake fishing too. Paul is a member of Rhayader Angling Association and Groe Park & Irfon, so expect to read a lot about fishing on these waters.
The blog of Welsh international angler and expert fly dresser Kieron Jenkins. Lots of useful stuff on fly fishing Welsh rivers and the fly patterns required to fish them.
Fishing in South Wales, with a focus on the trout, grayling, salmon and sea trout fishing in our post-industrial rivers.
Expert fly dresser Gareth Lewis shares his knowledge and passion for fishing in Wales in his blog. Includes Gareth’s love of small stream angling and other adventures on flowing water.
Tony Mair’s quest to catch a wild river trout from every county in Wales. There are 22 in total! Fishing adventure that will inspire.
Whilst not technically a ‘blog’ this website is full of useful angling articles, a great resource for all sorts of game fishing.
The fishing blog of Daniel Popp, an angler with a passion for wild trout in the Taff and other Welsh rivers, streams and brooks.
Craig Bufton is a Mid-Wales based lake and river angler. His blog shares fishing in central Wales.