Cambrian Angling Association
SH 74806 44125
The two Gamallt Lakes are situated in the Western part of the Migneint Mountain, being the expanse of mountain that stretches between the parishes of Ffestiniog and Bala, in Merionethshire.
Both Lakes, the Big Lake and the Small Lake, are considered to be the amongst the best of the Cambrian Angling Association waters for 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
Even the smallest of waters may tempt the imagination of curious anglers. One such unassuming little lake is Llyn Dub...
Situated about 200 metres above the lay-by on the B4391 road to Bala from Ffestiniog. Access can also be gained from ...
This 16-acre lake lies halfway between the Manod Mawr and Manod Bach mountains, above the town to the East. Fishing i...
Llyn Dubach sits above the town of Blaenau Ffestiniog, beyond the slate tips of some of the oldest quarries in the re...
Two lakes, one ten acres, the other five.
Both lakes are thirty-minute walk from the lay-by at the top of the Crimea...
Fairly easily accessible on foot, ideal for those looking to wet a line for a couple of hours. Holds a good stock of ...
A short distance from the summit of Allt Fawr lies Llyn Conglog. At 2000 feet, this remote eight-acre lake is worth a...