Fishing in Tal-y-Llyn, Southern Snowdonia

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Fishing in Tal-y-Llyn

Fishing TalyllynTalyllyn is a natural 220-acre, shallow lake nestling in the southwest corner of the Snowdonia National Park and below the peak of Cader Idris. It forms the headwater of the river Dysynni that flows westwards for 10 miles before entering Cardigan Bay just north of Tywyn.

Tal-y-Llyn offers superb brown trout fishing and if you are looking for somewhere very different for a fishing holiday in beautiful surroundings, Tal-y-Llyn is the answer. Towards the later part of the season sea trout and salmon also run up the river to Tal-y-Llyn and the lake is famed for its particularly large sea trout.

The lakes fishing season runs from April to mid October, and fishing from boat or bank is available. In a lake which has an average depth of only 8ft floating lines can be used from the outset.

Permits
Available from adjacent fishery office at Tynycornel Hotel. Tel - 01654 782282.

Guests (day tickets)
Full Day Permits 18
Part Day 12.50
Boat Hire Full Day 20
Boat Hire Part Day 14
Concessions for Registered disabled, OAP and Juniors