Ceiriog

Ceiriog

INFORMATION FOR FISHING RIVER CEIRIOG

Ceiriog Fly Fishers Ltd integrated with Corwen & District Angling Club (CADAC) from 1st July 2018

Click on the map above to open the Ceiriog River Map page for information on the river, the beats, access roads directions and parking.

There are specific rules to be followed when fishing the Ceiriog beats. Members must familiarise themselves with these rules before fishing.

The principal fishing rule is that dry fly, wet fly and nymph only are allowed, and barbless hooks must be used. No Brown Trout less than 23cm may be taken, and all Grayling are to be returned.

Different guest rules apply to the Ceiriog - members may take up to one guest per week and need not give prior notice to the club.

The full rules can be found here:

Ceiriog Fly Fishers Rules (70.8 KB)

The Ceiriog beats are:

Beat 1 - Pontfadog to Castle Mill Bridge – double bank fishing for both wild and stocked Brown Trout.


Beat 2 - Castle Mill Bridge to Chirk Aqueduct - double bank fishing (except for part of north bank at Chirk hatchery and fishery) for both wild and stocked Brown Trout.


Beat 3 - Brynkinalt to Pont-y-Blew (Forge Bridge) - double bank fishing for wild and some stocked Brown Trout. 
Finding the access to the top of the beat is not easy, detailed instructions on how to find access will be added to the beats page.

PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING SPECIFIC RULES FOR BEAT 3which must be complied with by members and their guests:
A maximum of two cars belonging to members to be parked at the parking spaces accessing the Brynkinalt Estate waters including the parking area below the A5 bridge
IF THERE ARE ALREADY TWO PARKED CARS PLEASE FISH ANOTHER BEAT.
Maximum of 6 rods to fish the Brynkinalt Home Beat waters at any one time


Beat 4 - Pont-y-Blew (Forge Bridge) to river meet with River Dee - double bank fishing for mostly wild Brown Trout and Grayling. This beat joins the lower end of the Coed yr Allt beat and is easily accessible from that beat.


 Ceiriog Fly Fishers Rules (70.8 KB)

 
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