The Town Waters
The Town Waters sometimes refered to as the Trewyn Trust Waters are situated in the immediate vicinity of town of Corwen. The Salmon and Sea Trout fishing on this beat is syndicated to another fishing concern however this is the water that put CADAC 'on the map' in relation to Grayling fishing.
It's easy access and wading and consists of a huge variety of water types from slower deep pools to the shallower riffles which provides habitat to the vast numbers of Trout and Grayling in the warmer months.
This beat has specific rules in addition to the standard.
Members must not carry Salmon tackle of any description on this beat.
Fishing is strictly for Trout and Grayling fishing only.
No fishing the right hand bank (looking downstream) between the end of the Pavilion Beat and the start of the Vicarage pool.
There is no Trout and Grayling fishing in the named Salmon pools before noon during the Salmon season. These pools are Clarke's Pool, Llyn Tro, the Vicarage Pool and the head of Chain Pool (upstream of posts).
Access and Parking
Access off the A5 from the Llangollen direction - In the centre of Corwen turn right at the statue of Owain Glyndwr and proceed along this road until you arrive at the river bridge. The parking areas are shown below.
Access off the A5 from the Bala direction - In the centre of Corwen turn left at the statue of Owain Glyndwr and proceed along this road until you arrive at the river bridge. The parking areas are shown below.
Access from A5104 - take the B5437 Corwen road and turn right opposite Leisure Centre/Swimming Pool and park in the areas shown below.
Members may park in the areas below which are either side of bridge. Please ensure that your vehicles are on the grass - do not park on the pavement. Parking in front of the farm gateways is strictly prohibited. Caution is advised when parking in the area on the Corwen side of the bridge when the ground is wet.