Bala and District Angling Association
Bala and District Angling Association Description:
Bala and District Angling Association, has game fishing on the Rivers Dee, Tryweryn, Llafar and Lliw plus Llyn Cwmprysor. There is also coarse fishing available on Llyn Tegid (Bala Lake).
River Dee – the Bala stretch can be fished fly only for brown trout and grayling during the salmon season, salmon fishing is not allowed. Outside the salmon season, worm fishing is allowed. The Llandderfel stretch is owned by the club and fishing is by any method but no maggots. Salmon anglers do well here at the back end of the season. The Dee outfow stretch, from the Dee bridge downstream to a point 60 yds above the confluence of the Tryweryn and Dee on both banks, holds mainly coarse fish, perch and roach in abundance and also pike. Grayling are also present. Fishing is by any legal method including maggots.
River Tryweryn is a brown trout river. Any legal method is allowed but not maggots.
The River Llafar at Glanllyn is a brown trout river. Fishing is by any method but no maggots.
The River Lliw at Llanuwllyn is a brown trout river. Fishing is by any method but again no maggots.
Llyn Cwmprysor, sometimes known as Llyn Tryweryn is a small mountain lake holding wild brown trout. Fishing is by fly only.
Llyn Tegid, also known as Bala Lake, holds perch, roach, pike, trout, grayling, eels, minnows, loaches, ruffe and bullheads. There are also salmon in the season. The legendary gwyniad is a plankton feeder and seldom caught on rod and line. It is a relic of the ice age and unique to this lake. Any legal method is allowed for any fish.
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