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2022 Season News

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Look Out For Our New Boundary Signs This Season

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Existing Stiles have been repaired and new ones erected in preperation for the new season. Newly designed Signs are also on display at Access Points 

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Newly built steps,  giving access to an excellent pool on the Upper Water.

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Brown Trout Fishing Now Available On The Rivers Bran & Gwydderig, Llandovery

We are pleased to announce that the rivers Bran and Gwydderig will be open for wild Brown Trout fishing, for the forthcoming season.

The fishing is available at £15.00 per day or is included with daily, weekly or season tickets.

If you find yourself with a couple of hours to spare before starting to fish for Sewin or just fancy a day's trout fishing, why not give the Bran or Gwydderig a try. See fishery rules and 'Where to Fish' for further information. 

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An angler’s brief guide to the introduction of new salmon and sea trout byelaws River Tywi

SALMON

Salmon season - 1st April to 17th October

All salmon must be released and with minimum injury/ delay.

Methods Allowed

1st April - 17th October, FLY and SPIN

 1st Sept-7th Oct, PRAWN & SHRIMP Allowed

 

 No WORM fishing allowed

 

SEA TROUT

Sea trout season - 1st April to 17th October

All Sea trout caught prior to 1st May must be released and with 

minimum delay/injury.

From 1st May to 17th October, All Sea trout greater than 60cm. in length

must be released and with minimum injury/delay.

 

Methods Allowed

1st April - 17th October, FLY and SPIN

1st May - 7th October, WORM Allowed

Worm fishing for Sea trout to be with only a single worm on a single

barbless hook with a gape not greater than 8mm (Approx. Size 8)

(Please note that All dates are inclusive)

HOOKS

  • All hooks must be barbless or de-barbed

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  • On artificial flies with a hook gape greater than 7mm(approx.Size 8), hooks are retricted to singles or doubles

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  • On artificial flies with a hook gape 7mm or less, hooks are restricted to a maximum of two hooks with a total of four points between them.

  • e.g. Secret Weapons (1 large single and 1 treble 7mm or less)

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  • No treble or double hooks are permitted on lures used for spinning

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  • Spinners and spoons must have only one single hook with a gape of 13mm or less.

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  • Plugs can have a maximum of three single hooks, each with a gape of 13mm or less.

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  • Shrimp and prawn fishing for salmon is allowed from the 1st September until 7th October with the use of a single treble hook with a gape of less than 7mm.

 

Further details of byelaws affecting the rivers in Wales, non-migratory trout, coarse fish can be found on the NRW fisheries pages. https://naturalresources.wales/days-out/things-to- do/fishing/?lang=en