Cambrian Angling Association
SH 65554 46909
The dam was breached in the early 90’s for safety reasons, it has since been partly rebuilt to supply a water turbine, but not to its former level. Although not up to its past productivity, still worth a cast.
Llyn Cwm Foel is at around 1,100′, 4 acres and about 1 and a half hours walk from Tanygrisiau. It fishes well with spinner or fly for small wild brown trout.
Permits can be purchased online and from the following locations:
Siop Antur Stiniog,
Units 1 And 2 High Street,
33 High St,Blaenau Ffestiniog.
14-15 High St, Penrhyndeudraeth
Other waters within 5 miles
Any method is permitted.
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