Afon Clwyd makes the angling press

A feature about some of the fishing the club controls on the Afon Clwyd has been published in the latest issue of Trout & Salmon (Autumn 2015) and if you don’t read the magazine regularly you might like dash out and buy a copy because it makes good reading and does the river proud.  Better…

Club secretary appointed as a Trout & Salmon contributor

 Club secretary, Allan Cuthbert, has been appointed by Trout & Salmon to compile the magazine’s monthly report about fishing in the Dee & Clwyd area for its Fishery Reports section. Allan is keen to include information about river and stillwater game fishing throughout the region and is inviting members, non-members, fishing clubs and fishery managers…

Now’s the time to try our fishing

Reports are now coming in thick and fast about sea trout and the occasional salmon being caught on the club’s beats. The latest one about the guest of a member who a few days ago while fishing the Afon Clwyd for the first time caught a 4½lb salmon  and lost a large sea trout he…

Try Fishing event proved popular

The Try Fishing event organised by the club at Tan y Mynydd Trout Fishery at Moelfre near Abergele on Sunday 26 July proved popular attracting between 30 and 40 people.  Those who braved the heavy rain showers on the day to try out the sport also received some useful hints and tips about fly and…

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…