Where to Fish in Wales - Bridgend


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Canals Trust


The Canals Trust have over 2,000 miles of waterway to look after for the many interest groups who use them. With so much water it is no wonder that fishing is high on the list of activities.

The Trust issues a Waterway Wanderers Permit that entitles you to fish on an impressive amount of water throughout England and Wales (for just £20).

For information on how to apply for a permit Goto Waterway Wanderers Permit Application for a list of waters covered by the permit Goto Canal Trust Waterway Wanderers Permit Waters

Game Fishing - Pysgota Gem | Coarse Fishing - Pysgota Bras | Angling Club - Pysgota Clwb  


Game Fishing - Psygota Gem


Afon / River | Llyn / Lake | Trout Fisheries / Pysgodfeydd Brithyllod


Afon / River


Ewenny


Pencoed District Angling Club has a membership of about 50 fishing on this attractive and varied tributary of the Ogmore for sea trout, brown trout, grayling and salmon. There is also a good population of dace.

Fishing is fly only, C & R with barbless hook.

For membership enquiries call 01656 863699 and for day tickets call 01446 796505

Checked 09/04/19

Ogmore River


Ogmor Angling Association have the rights to fishing on 90% the Ogmore river and on beats on the Ewenny between Treoes Moor and the junction with the Ogmore. Salmon, sea trout wild and stocked brown trout and grayling. In the lower beats there are bass, mullet and flounders, an ecclectic mix but nice.

Membership is very reasonably priced with concessions for over 65s, under 18s and disabled angler.

Day and week tickets available from:

Ewenny Angling and Keens in Bridgend and from Garrry Evans in Whitechurch Street in Cardiff.

Google Map 51.478607, -3.616087 junction Eennny and Ogmore.

Checked 09/04/19

Llyn / Lake

Llyn Kenfig is the only lake I could find see below Coarse Fishing

Trout Fisheries / Psygodfeydd Brithyllod


No trout fisheries found.

Coarse Fishing - Psygota Bras

Kenfig Pool


This historic pool is set in an SSSI near the shores of Swansea Bay, is about 30 acres, the biggest natural lake in south west Wales.

Kenfig Hill Angling Association have the fishing here with roach, rudd, bream, perch carp and eels present. It is said that a former Welsh record pike came out of here some years ago and a town is submerged under those waters.

The Welsh Government commissioned a consultancy to develop a fishing management plan for the lake. Hope it comes to something worth while.

Google Map 51.519113, -3.732410 Post Code CF33 4PT

Checked 09/04/19

Pwll y Waum

(Meadow Lake)

Under management of the Porthcawl Angling Association they have 2 lakes, Wilderness Pool and Meadow Pool.

Wilderness pool is 5 acres, 2 islands with 25 platforms (more in the planning) some of which are suitable for disabled anglers.

Meadow lake is 2.5 acres with 25 pegs.

The lakes hold some good carp, miroor and common, big tench, roach, rudd and bream.

Membership is in expensive, go to their web site for an application form. They have a very active competition scene.

Day tickets from:

Parc Stores in Porthcawl, Reel Fishing in Bridgend, Keens Tackle and Guns Bridgend.

Google Map 51.486510, -3.697067 Post Code CF 36 5EE

Checked 09.04.19

Angling Club Pysgota Clwb


Ogmor Angling Association


Ogmore AA have the rights to fishing on 90% the Ogmore river and on beats on the Ewenny between Treoes Moor and the junction with the Ogmore. Salmon, sea trout wild and stocked brown trout and grayling. In the lower beats there are bass, mullet and flounders, an ecclectic mix but nice.

Membership is very reasonably priced with concessions for over 65s, under 18s and disabled angler.

Day and week tickets available from:

Ewenny Angling and Keens in Bridgend and from Garrry Evans in Whitechurch Street in Cardiff.

Google Map 51.478607, -3.616087 junction Eennny and Ogmore.

Checked 09/04/19

Pencoed District Angling Club


The club has a membership of about 50 fishing on this attractive and varied tributary of the Ogmore for sea trout, brown trout, grayling and salmon. There is also a good population of dace.

Fishing is fly only, C & R with barbless hook.

For membership enquiries call 01656 863699 and for day tickets call 01446 796505

Checked 09/04/19

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