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The Isle of Anglesey, with its lovely countryside, spectacular beaches, a fascinating history and heritage and great attractions is a wonderful place to visit. Whatever your age, whatever the weather, there is something for everyone to enjoy; from a Victorian gaol to a sea zoo; from the quiet world of exotic butterflies to a thrilling boat trip out to sea.
If you enjoy active holidays, this is the perfect place. Its varied coastline makes Anglesey an ideal location for watersports throughout the year with great opportunities, and facilities, for fishing, scuba diving, surfing, canoeing, and windsurfing at many of its resorts. Anglers will find challenging freshwater and sea fishing, golfers are well catered for and cyclists can enjoy varied and interesting cycle routes on quiet country lanes. A multitude of circular walks and heritage trails allow walkers to easily explore the Island’s towns, villages, coast and countryside.
For a day’s fishing, there are numerous lakes to choose from, including Llyn Alaw, renowned as one of Wales’ most productive lakes. You may, of course, prefer the challenge of the sea, perched precariously on a rocky promontory, or experience the open vistas and spectacular sunsets fishing from a sandy beach at dusk.

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Location; Situated in Breakwater Park, Holyhead
Sat Nav LL65 1YG
Owner Permit; Ynysmon A/A
Availability; Day Tickets available from: Caffi Parc , NWWT Café, Isle of Anglesey Council Warden from the Information Centre
Tel; +44 1407 760530
Fish Species; Specimen Carp, Roach, Perch, Rudd, Bream, Tench,  Crucian Carp. Gudgeon
Additional information; Total number of pegs 16 Disabled Fishing Positions (3) Depths from: 3ft to 12ft 

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(Venue; CWM RESERVOIR Map: C2)

Location; Cwm Twr farm near Holyhead A5 Llaingoch to South Stack
Sat Nav: LL65 1YH
Owner Permit; Holyhead A/C
Availability; 0.75 acre Lake
Tel; 01407-763821
Fish Species; Carp, Perch, Crucian, Rudd, Tench, Bream, Roach
Additional information; Disabled access The club currently boasts a membership of 140 and has its own clubhouse situated in King’s Road Holyhead,and also has a thriving coarse section and its own lake at Cwm, The Mountain, Holyhead.

Venue; LLYN BODAFON (Map: D5)

Location; Mynydd Bodafon, Near Sir Ynys Mon,
Owner Permit; Llyn Bodafon
Availability; Day tickets from Anglesey Shooting & Fishing
Tel: +44 1407 740652
Fish Species; Bream, Pike, Perch, Roach Tench
Additional information: A natural lake containing tench and rudd. Nestled in a natural amphitheatre towards the summit of Yr Arwydd lies Llyn Bodafon, a lake which was formed by glacial melt


Location; Llanfairpwll on the A4080
Sat Nav LL61 6BQ
Address: Bryntirion Farm, Dwyran
Availability; 3 Lakes covering 3 acres
Tel; 01248 430232
Fish Species; Perch, Carp, Trout, Crucian’s,
Additional information; These details here are provided for reference only. We strongly suggest you enquire locally with tackle shops before visiting 

Venue; Llyn Tacan – Caergeiliog (Map: D4)

Location; Holyhead A5 towards Caergeiliog.
Sat Nav; LL65 3LB
Owner Permit; Ynys Mon A/A
Availability; 12 pegs 3 disabled pegs
Tel; 01407 740017
Fish Species; Roach, Rudd , Perch , Eels and Pike
Additional information: Day Tickets available from: Pen-y-Llyn Touring Caravan Site Llanfair-yn-Neubwll Holyhead Anglesey 

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Venue; Llyn Llywenan (Dewi) (Map: C4)

Location; North off the A5109 east of Bodedern
Sat Nav LL65 4AA
Availability; Day or Season Membership
Tel; 01407 710563
Fish Species; Brown Trout 
Additional information;  Llyn Llywenan is a lake in western Anglesey, Wales found just over 1km north of the village of Bodedern and east of the town of Holyhead. At a maximum length of 1.1km and breath of 0.4km it has a surface area of only 0.4km2. This makes it the largest natural lake on the island—both Llyn Alaw and Llyn Cefni are larger but are man made Disabled access fishing available. Permits in advance De Wolf Newsagents, High Street, Cemaes Bay. On the bank in the summer from the bailiff.

Venue; LLYN MAELOG (Map: E4)

Location; Rhosneir
Sat Nav LL64 5QZ
Owner Permit ; Ty Hen Carp
Availability; 500 yards on North Bank
Tel; 01407 810331
Fish Species; Bream, Eel, Rudd, Roach, Pike, Perch
Additional information; Ty Hen campsite located on its bank to Llyn Maelog Anglesey.  The campsite has fishing rights (free fishing for campers!) to about 1/4 of the bank

Venue; LLYN MAELOG (Map: E4) 

Location; Rhosneir (Right hand bank)
Sat Nav LL64 5QR
Owner Permit ; 
Availability; South Bank Only
Tel; 01407 810136 / 07738 424907
Fish Species; Bream, Eel, Rudd, Roach, Pike, Perch
Additional information; No specific disabled pegs but bank fishable with care Depths from 3ft – 10ft Day Tickets in advance are available from SPAR – Wayside Stores, Gwynfryn Wayside Llanfaelog Isle Of Anglesey LL63 5SY 


Location; Llandegfan, Menai Bridge
Sat Nav LL59 5PN
Owner Permit; Llyn y Gorse Fishery
Availability; 7 Lakes 12.5 acres
Tel; 01248 713410
Fish Species ; Tench, Bream, Rudd, Roach, Eel, Orfe, Catfish, Carp, Pike
Additional information:  Two new Lakes introduced There are now 7 in total and the lakes at Llyn Y Gors are clay based rather than gravel therefore depth can vary due to silting

Venue; NANTANOG LAKE (Map: C5)

Location; Situated near Llandeusa Parc Menai approx. 1 mile. The lake is 400 yards past Nantanog Farm
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Availability; Membership tickets & Day tickets
Fish Species; Tench, Carp, Perch, Roach
Additional information; Total number of pegs 45 Disabled Fishing Positions Depths from: 4ft to 5ft These details here are provided for reference only. We strongly suggest you enquire locally with tackle shops before visiting 

Venue; TY HEN CARP LAKE (Map: E4)

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Location; Rhosneigr
Sat Nav LL64 5QZ
Owner Permit ; Ty Hen Carp
Availability; 1.5 acre Lake & Parts of the Maelog – Season Tickets & Residents Only
Tel; J J Summerfield 01407 810331 / 078436 80706
Fish Species; Carp, Roach, Crucian carp, Carp, Tench, Rudd
Additional information; The lake was opened in 1983, with the island in the middle being the major feature. Carp and Tench have been stocked into the lake. Roach, Rudd and Crucian were restocked also


Location; Tyn y Gongl. Llangefni. After a mile (passing a rugby field on the left and telephone box on the right) turn right at the signpost for Llanfair M.E.
Sat Nav LL74 8NT
Owner Permit; Tyddyn Sargent
Availability; 2 Lakes .75 acre and 1.75 acre Lake
Tel; 01248 853024
Fish Species; Crucian carp, Tench, Carp, Roach, Bream, Eel, Rudd, Perch
Additional information; Tyddyn Sargent has recently changed ownership Please refer to website

Venue; AFON FFRAW (Map: E4)

Location; South West of Angelesy
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Owner Permit; Free Fishing on tidal stretches only
Availability; 6 miles of Trout and sea trout fishing
Fish Species; Brown trout Sea Trout
Additional information; This short stream of 6 iles running into Aberffraw Bay on the south-west coast of Angelsey offers good opportunity for sea trout and trout. Above Llyn Coron it becomes the Gwna. 

Venue; LLYN ALAW  (Map: B5)

Location; South of Amlwch, on Angelesy
Sat Nav LL66 0BW
Owner Permit; United utilities
Availability; Day tickets
Fish Species; Rainbow trout, Brown trout
Additional information; Llyn Alaw is a large lowland reservoir, about 777 acres in a rural setting in North Anglesey. It is well known for its rich feeding that produces wild Brown Trout up to four pounds in weight yearly and allows stocked rainbow to double their weight in the several months after stocking. Llyn Alaw is one of the most productive lakes in Wales. Boat hire available

Venue; RIVER ALAW (Map: B5)

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Location; South of Amlwch, on Angelesy
Sat Nav LL66 0BW
Owner Permit; United utilities
Availability; Privatley owneed 
Fish Species; Rainbow trout, Brown trout
Additional information; A Trout Stream that rises near Rhosgoch, almost forming Llyn Alaw Reservoir. From the lower end of the Reservoir, it flows on to enter Holyhead Bay. Fishing is the best early on or late in the season. Afon Braint is a small tidal river on Anglesey, North Wales. There is a series of stepping stones near the village of Dwyran, and a Grade II bridge near Penmynydd.

Venue; RIVER BRAINT (Map: E7)

Location; Parallel with the Menai Strait
Owner Permit;  Private landowners
Availability; Day tickets available
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Fish Species; Sea and Brown trout
Additional information; A Trout Stream that rises on Mynydd Llwydaith, that flows parallel with Menai Strait to swing south-east in its lower reaches to enter the Strait below Dwyran. Farmers generally give permission to fish.


Location; Near Llangefni, central Anglesey
Owner Permit ; Cefni A/A
Availability ; Season or Weekly tickets
Tel; P Rowe 01248 470306
Fish Species; Brown trout, Sea Trout, Salmon
Additional information; The Cefni finds its source in the centre of Anglesey near Llangwyllog. Flowing first into Llyn Frgwy and almost immediately into the Cefni Reservoir. From the Reservoir it flows through Llangefni before swinging south-east into the canalized section which carries it across Malltraeth Marsh to its estuary. Close season apply

Venue; LLYN CORON (Map: E4)

Location; Central Anglesey
Sat Nav LL65 2UD
Owner Permit; Llyn Coron fishery
Availability; 80 acre Lake
Tel; 01407 842 106 / 07539 917 417
Fish Species Brown trout, Sea Trout
Additional information; Close season, Day and weekly tickets available, 4 Fish limit and then catch and release

Venue; RIVER GWNA (Map: D5)


Location; North of Cerrigceinwen
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Owner Permit ; Landowners
Availability; Mostly Free fishing
Tel: 01286 673456
Fish Species; Brown trout, Sea Trout, Salmon
Additional information; Rising in Angelsey just north of Cerrigceinwen, the Gwna flows south-east to enter Llyn Coron below Bodorgan. When it flows out of the lower end of the Lake the river becomes Known as the Ffraw

Venue; LLYN JANE (Map :E8)

Location Llandegfan on Angelesy near Menai bridge
Sat Nav LL59 5TN
Owner Permit Llyn Jane Fishery
Availability Four Lakes 6 acres
Tel; 01248 712747
Fish Species Rainbow Trout
Additional information; The Fishery, which is set in ten acres of natural valley and bordered by the River Cadnant, offers high quality sport for the discerning angler and is consistently stocked with good quality sporting fish up to double figures. They have tried to make the lakes, toilets and cabin facilities easily accessible to all, including any less mobile anglers. Public fishing available. Please note, no night fishing allowed.

Venue; LLYN EDNA / Parc Newydd (Map: B5)

Location; Between Llannerchymedd and Llyn Alaw
Sat Nav LL71 7BT
Owner Permit; Parc Newydd Cottages
Availability; Five acre Coarse Lake
Tel; 01248 470838 or 07814 070 337
Fish Species; Brown Trout, Rainbow trout Blue trout
Additional information; The wildlife around the lake is of interest as well with snipe, partridge, buzzards and kestrels a common sight. Seen less often are the water voles stoats and in the twilight a hunting barn owl. open from 8am until dusk

Venue; LLYN CEFNI (Map: D6)

Location; Near Llangefni, central Anglesey
Owner Permit ; Cefni A/A
Availability ; Season or Weekly tickets 175 acre Lake
Tel; P Rowe 01248 470306
Fish Species; Brown trout, Rainbow trout
Additional information; With several lakes originally formed during the ice age, and the two largest lakes man made. These two lakes are Llyn (Lake) Alaw and Llyn Cefni. Disabled access, W/C, Close season

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Tackle Shops

Winnie’s Worms and Tackle 21, Williams Street, Holyhead, Anglesey LL65 1RN Tel: 01407 760303

Telboy’s Tackle Telboy’s tackle:   5 Queen Street, Amlwch, LL68 9AE  Tel: 01407 832965

The fishing warehouse ltd, llyn y gors, Menai Bridge LL59 5PN, Tel: 01248 713410

Lathams Bait and TackleUnit 3, banks buildings, Benllech LL74 8TL, Phone:07596 609796


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