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Bala and District Angling Association

 

Cymdeithas Genweirio Y Bala a’r Cylch

Afon_Tryweryn_Map_1.pdf

THE TRYWERYN..  is a brown trout river. Most are natural wild fish supplemented by fingerling stocking by the club.  Any  legal method allowed but no maggots.  As the river is controlled by LLYN CELYN, care must be taken when crossing a low river as a rapid rise in level can leave the angler stranded on the wrong bank. Trout can be taken on worm, fly or spinner.  Fish of 2lbs plus are caught here. Salmon are also taken when present especially September and October. Fly, spinner and worm are the preferred methods. Grayling are also present.

The Tryweryn is a popular venue for rafters and canoeists and courtesy and consideration must be displayed towards other river users at all times.  This courtesy will then be returned to you. For details on other activities on theTryweryn please log on to the Canolfan Tryweryn website .

River conditions

For details regarding water releases please look here. PLEASE BE AWARE THAT LEVELS CAN CHANGE RAPIDLY ON THE TRYWERYN.

A superbly conditioned tryweryn brownie.

For camping near the Tryweryn and just a few minutes walk from the White Water centre  Ty'n Cornel camping site should offer all the facilities you may need.

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Afon_Tryweryn_Map_2.pdf

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