water managed by
Cambrian Angling Association
SH 71748 44934
This 16-acre lake lies halfway between the Manod Mawr and Manod Bach mountains, above the town to the East. Fishing is rather rough due to the rocky shoreline, but the lake holds plenty of fish.
Manod is 1,400’ above sea level and is a 30 minutes walk from Blaenau Ffestiniog. It fished well with fly or spinner.
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
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