Fishing in Hiraethog
An angler’s paradise, Hiraethog has some truly wonderful places to fish in North Wales - quiet, clear waters surrounded by spectacular scenery, and some of the best game and coarse fishing in the country.
From the sheltered bays of the Alwen Reservoir stocked with brown trout, the pike, roach and perch found in the peaty waters of Llyn Aled located high on the moors; to the championship fly fishing waters at Llyn Brenig home to 36,000 rainbow trout and to the World Fly Fishing Championships and the privately owned Dragonfly Fisheries surrounded by 2.5 acres of landscaped grounds – a great place to fish for trout and open all year to anglers.
Fishing permits can be purchased at the Llyn Brenig Visitor Centre. You can also stock up on bait and tackle here and at a number of fishing tackle shops in the area.
For further tips on fishing in Wales, take a look at the Visit Wales Fishing website.
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