COVID-19 - Latest Update 20-12-20
A Welshhas been announced. This came into effect at midnight 19th December.
Exercise (including fishing) will be allowed, either alone or with members of your household or support bubble. However according to the Welsh Government regulations exercise should start and finish at home:
”Your exercise should start and finish from your home and generally, this should not involve people driving to a location away from home. However, we recognise that some people, such as those with specific health or mobility issues, may need to travel from their home in order to exercise.”
Effectively this means you should walk or cycle to the venue only, unless disability prevents you from being able to.
More information on exercise and outdoor activity during an alert level 4 lock-down can be .
More information can be found on the Welsh Government
There is also more information on the
Travel from England to Wales is not allowed.
We will keep you informed of developments.
You must Follow social distancing guidelines and Covid-19 guidance from the Welsh Government.
A reminder that all Salmon must be returned. Full 2020 NRW regulations can be found in the rules section.
Please check the forum for updates.
Grayling, Salmon, Brown Trout, Sea Trout fishing on the River Dee in Wales.
The Corwen and District Angling Club is the largest single game angling concern on the river Welsh Dee. We have over 16 miles of river fishing and members enjoy a variety of sport including fly fishing for Salmon, Grayling, Brown Trout or Sea Trout, bait and spinner fishing for Salmon.
We pride ourselves in the quality of fishing available but also in the proactiveness of our Committee and river volunteers. Members are actively encouraged to participate in various Club activities detailed on this site and we do our utmost to ensure that membership of CADAC is a pleasurable experience. We believe that we have the best Grayling fishing in the UK at our disposal and the Corwen Beats are famous throughout Europe.are also available on the upper main river Beats.
If you're looking for the highest quality fishing and want to be part of a well run club contact us [email protected]
Alternatively you can contact us by phone using the numbers on this website. Come and join us on the banks of the Welsh Dee - you won't be disappointed.