Located high on the Hiraethog Moors, Llyn Aled is a great spot to fish for perch, roach and pike – pike of up to 22lbs have been caught here! At 1250 feet above sea level the amber coloured waters stained by the surrounding peaty moorland and natural mountain grassland, this largely treeless landscape makes for a stunning, albeit sometimes breezy, beauty spot. The weed-free, deep waters of the lake, amounting to some 110 acres offer one of the most rewarding fishing locations in the area with no closed season for coarse fishing.
The lake can be accessed via a single track road from the A253 and day permits for fishing are available at the Llyn Brenig Visitor Centre.
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