This is one of the main CADAC beats and offers anglers a massive variety of fishing. Members with the relevant permits can fish for Salmon, Sea Trout, Brown Trout and Grayling.
This is a popular beat with fly fishermen, bait and spinner fishermen and consists of slow and fast water, riffles and glides.
Both parking and access is excellent and there are huts and benches along the whole of the beat. Recent arrangements have resulted in riverside parking spaces in two places on this highly productive beat. This stretch of water is also the home of the famous and productive Tailor's Pool.
Night fishing for Sea Trout is allowed until 3am
Rules for Tailor's Pool
Due to the popularity of this pool we have applied specific rules for the area known as Tailor's Pool. They are as follows: -
4 anglers only on the pool at any time, 2 hours limit no return within 4 hours.
Anglers must sign in at the hut before fishing, there is no walking time allowance.
Please ensure gate between Berwyn hut and Taylor's hut is closed as livestock may be in the field.
Upper Limit of Tailor's Pool - these are defined by white posts as shown in the photos below
Access and Parking - Top of Beat
Access off the A5 for top of beat to and including Signal Pool - After going through first gate and following track you will arrive at the railway crossing. For safety reasons please open both gates before driving across tracks (checking it is safe to do so) and through car park gate then close both gates.
Lower Limit of Tailor's Pool - these are defined by white posts as shown in the photos below
Access and Parking - Bottom of Beat
Please Note: We no longer have parking in the Field at Bridge Pool/Bottom of Berwyn Arms Beat in Glyndyfrdwy.
Access off A5 for the bottom of the beat below Signal Pool to and including Bridge Pool - Proceed down the hill, cross the railway crossing by the station and proceed over the river bridge, turn left and proceed up the hill for a few yards and park on the pull-in on the right. Access to the left hand bank is immediately opposite this parking area.
Access for the Right Hand Bank is over the timber fence/stile close to the Bridge near River before the field gate, not through or over either of the galvanized field gates.
Also please note that the pedestrian access along the Beat is along the waters edge, there is no access to walk along the side of the field/meadow to get to the top of the beat.