Chain Pool & Bonwm Halt

Chain Pool and Bonwm Halt

One of the 'jewels in the crown' Chain Pool has consistently been high in the rankings as a CADAC Salmon beat. Trout and Grayling fishing is popular at times on this beat, however Salmon is by far the most popular quarry. Salmon are frequently caught on all methods however this beat is extremely popular with fly fishermen.

There is little need for wading here and access to the river is convenient and easy - a short walk from the car park across one field takes you to the river.

Due to the express wish of the owner this beat has some additional rules.

Chain Pool Bonwm Halt Map (56.6 KB)

Rules for Chain Pool

These rules apply for the Chain Pool beat only - they are not relevant to Bonwm Halt.

No more than 2 anglers may fish Chain Pool at any one time.

Anglers must set the clocks behind the tree in the parking area before fishing - there is no walking time allowance.

Fishing is subject to a 2 hours time limit - having fished the 2 hours anglers must leave the beat and cannot return within 3 hours.

The boundaries for Chain Pool are shown below

Access and Parking

Access to this beat is off the A5 - from Corwen take the A5 towards Llangollen and proceed for approximately 1 mile - parking is on the left opposite the river.

From the Llangollen direction proceed through the villages of Glyndyfrdwy and Llidiart y Parc heading for Corwen. Pass a farm and guest house on your right and after a few hundred yards the parking is on the right.

Bonwm Halt

This is a small stretch immediately below Chain  Pool and is fished by Salmon anglers using bait and spinning tactics. The parking and access details are the same as Chain Pool.

Chain Pool specific rules listed above do not apply to Bonwm Halt.

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