They’re in

Reports are coming in from members saying they’re seeing a lot of sea trout in the lower and middle beats of the Afon Clwyd controlled by the club and that quite a few have already been caught during daylight and after dark. Whether you’re a seasoned sea trout angler or want to test your skills…

Free fishing

Denbigh & Clwyd Angling Club is holding an introduction to angling day at Tan-y-Mynydd Trout Fishery at Molfre near Abergele between 9.30am and 4pm on Sunday 26th July which is open to non-members. The event and the fishing is free and tackle will be provided.  There will also be fishing advice provided by local experts…

More fishing for members

The club, which already controls the fishing on about three miles of the Afon Clywedog, has acquired the fishing on a further ¾ mile length of the river near Bontuchel. Details about the new beat including how to find it and where to park etc will be available shortly in the Members Only area of…

How good is our fishing?

Well, it’s excellent judging by the results of two recent online auctions for which the club donated prizes. The club donated two lots, each consisting of a day’s fishing for two people as prizes for the Wild Trout Trust’s online auction.  It also donated a day’s fishing for two people for the BASC (British Association…

2016 membership fees

At this year’s AGM members voted in favour of no increase in fees for full membership, which remains at £130 plus £20 joining fee for the first year only. The committee believes club membership is excellent value for money considering the quality and additional amount of fishing available to members for just less than 36p a…

Free fishing for youngsters

The club will continue with its concessions for young people initiative for the 2015 season to encourage more youngsters to take up fishing as a sport. Under the scheme, youngsters aged up to 12 will be able to fish club waters free of charge and those aged between 12 and 18 can become members for…