Pacific Pink Salmon
What to do if you capture a pink salmon
If you are confident that you have caught a pink salmon it should be dispatched and retained. Please do NOT return it to the river.
If you are unsure about the identification, if possible please call the Environment Agency on our hotline number (0800 80 70 60). If possible retain the fish alive in a keep net. Otherwise, you should release it.
Please report your capture to Joel Rees Jones of NRW or include details of where you caught it and, if possible, a photograph of the fish, to Jonathan Shelley at the Environment Agency by email: [email protected] or by post: Brampton Fisheries Laboratory, Brampton, Peterborough, Bromholme Lane, PE28 4NE.
If possible, please make the whole fish available to us for inspection and further analysis. Otherwise, a sample of the scales would be very helpful.
Thank-you for your assistance.
To all members of Corwen and District Angling Club
This is to let members know that, after discussions over several months, the Chairman and senior officials of Corwen and District Angling Club (CADAC) and the Directors of Ceiriog Fly Fishers Ltd (CFFC) are now examining possible options that could result in the integration of CFFC into CADAC.
We will keep members advised regarding the negotiations.
Guest ticket requests to Paul Ainsworth on
[email protected] or 07716489620. Last minute requests can be done via text message.
The club forum is back online, forum accounts will have to be passed by admin and FULL NAMES only to be used. Names will be checked against the membership database before being allowed access. If you try to register with anything but your first name, last name and a space between them it will be deleted automatically.
CADAC Working Parties
CADAC relies upon the goodwill of members to assist in general maintenance work relating to the fishery. Constructing benches, stiles, walkways, clearing fallen branches and habitat work are just some of the tasks involved.
There are effectively 3 working parties active on CADAC waters - a Sunday and Wednesday group and a Balsam clearing party which operates during the Summer months.
Members attending at least 4 working dates are entitled to certain privileges. CADAC have secured the use of an exclusively Private Beat and only the Work Party members may fish it. Furthermore, access to one of the most productive Salmon pools is restricted to Work Party members only during the last full week of September - we also have an annual Working Party lunch.
If you're a member of CADAC please do your utmost to join these Parties.......we will all benefit!
The Committee would like to thank everyone who participated during the 2016/17 sessions - the 2017/18 will be advised in due course.
Please contact Gareth Jones on 07824 504796 or Dylan Roberts on 07802 843489 with all Working Party queries
CADAC Open Day
The Open Day date is 19th March 2017. The meeting point will be at the Corwen Sports Pavilion unless otherwise advised. Members must confirm attendance with the Membership Secretary.
This can be done by mailing [email protected] or phone Harry Carr on 07767 159086.
Please be aware that it is a mandatory requirement that all new members must attend the Annual Open Day in order to familiarise themselves with access, parking and boundaries etc. Any member joining after the Open Day must attend the subsequent Open Day.
Double Handed Rods Instruction
In order to enhance the membership experience of CADAC anglers we offer various free tuition days - one such event is the Double Handed Salmon Day. Derek Turner, an AAPGAI qualified instructor, will again be hosting this tuition session. Derek will demonstrate and teach the rudiments of this fine art.
The date of this event is 9th April, please book with Derek directly on 07813 352 475
Single Handed Rods - Instruction
In addition to the Double Handed casting tuition and to offer our members comprehensive instruction we have also arranged a Single Handed casting session. Chris Aldred, a GAIC/APGAI/FFF qualified instructor, will demonstrate and teach the casts required for optimising the river fishing potential of CADAC members.
This will be held on 29th April at St.David's beat. Meet at lower car park area at 9.30 for 10am start. To book on this phone Chris on 07779 725298 or through forum on 'events' thread.
CADAC members are issued with an allocation of 2 Guest Tickets per season - there are no charges for these tickets.
They allow the guest to fish for Trout and Grayling only, they are dated and are only valid for the date on the ticket. The member to whom the ticket is issued to may fish for Salmon when accompanying the guest. The member is responsible for the conduct of the guest and must accompany the guest at all times - both anglers must be on the same Beat.
To book guest tickets simply mail [email protected] or phone Harry Carr on 07767 159086.
Thanks to the assistance of dedicated volunteers, CADAC provides a full day of fishing instruction on a monthly basis. We are extremely fortunate to have professional instructors, Level 1 and 2 coaches who teach the youngsters the finer points of fly fishing. All participants each get free membership to CADAC for the season and the instruction days are all free of charge.
For more details simply follow the instruction on the 'flyer' above.
will be 2 river sessions in the summer holidays, dates will be added
here when finalised. Life jackets will be provided but must have own
waders or be able to wet wade.
Venue is Llandegla fishery and the meeting time is 9.30am. The day ends at approximately 3.00pm - attendees are advised to bring lunch or alternatively food can be purchased at the cafe. Spaces are limited - please contact Paul Ainsworth by e mailing [email protected] or by phone on 07716 489620.
Llangollen Maelor Exchange Tickets
The club has an exchange ticket agreement with Llangollen Maelor Angling Club. This consists of 2 separate arrangements and are as follows: -
Salmon fishing only from the 3rd March to 31st August. These tickets are available on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays only.
Trout and Grayling tickets are available 7 days a week and all year round (seasons apply). Tickets numbers are restricted and will be issued on a 'first come first served' basis.
To book tickets contact Derek Bithell on 01978 860012
CADAC Day Tickets at Crogen
CADAC offers day tickets on theand beats. Tickets are available from two Corwen outlets namely GM Hughes the Newsagents - Tel: 01490 413185 or Corwen Manor Tel: 01490 413196. The price of each ticket is £20 per day.
Following a recommendation from the Committee, the members present at the AGM voted that the subscriptions remain unchanged for the 2017 season, except for Local Membership Fees, they will come into line with Country membership Fees for ease of administration.