A very hot and sunny June made fishing conditions tough as the water temperature rose and the trout went off feeding and headed for the deeper and cooler water to escape the heat and the sun. Despite these difficult conditions there was some good catches using buzzers and dry flies. Early mornings and evenings seemed the ideal time to fish as the temperature and sun dropped the fishing came alive.
Well done to Steve Price who caught a monster 12lb rainbow, Mike Palfery had a bag of 8 caught on buzzers with the heaviest fish being 4lb. Mike Collins had a bag of 9 also with the heaviest being 4lb caught on a daddy. Steve Wilde had a bag of 6 and 4 on damsels and buzzers. Steve from Tenbury had a bag of 5 caught on buzzers with the heaviest also being 4lb.
May Fishing report - Llyngwyn
Plenty of sunshine and heavy rain made for good conditions for anglers during May. Buzzers proved to be the fly of the month but Mr. Giles of Hay-on-wye landed a fish of 10lbs on a Diawl Bach and Ron Cornwell a fish of 8lbs on a Cats Whisker. Carl Brown, pictured, caught this lovely rainbow on a lime green buzzer at Lyngwyn.
Out of 200 anglers during May there were only 2 blanks... recorded.
We're pleased to announce that we will be holding a free beginners session on Wednesday 9th June 6pm till 8pm. All rods and tackle will be provided.
Please could everyone interested contact us under this post to reserve a spot and give us an idea of numbers.
Llyngwyn fishing report March & April
After a long period of closure due to the Covid lockdown it was great to be able to open up Llyngwyn again to all fishermen. The fishing has been great and we would like to thank everyone who has returned to fish with us.
The average catch was 5 fish. Rex Key landed a 9lb 2oz brownie on a buzzer, Steve Wilde had a bag of 14 including a 7lb and a 4 1/2lb brownie, all browns were safely returned. Lynn Evans had a bag of 28 using a hothead damsel, techno cat and black and brown crunchers. Dan Graham had a bag of 10 on a tequila blob. Over 550 fish were caught by 121 anglers.
Rhayader & Elan Valley Angling Association would like to thank everyone for their on going support and it's great to see so many anglers back after the lockdown.
We are pleased to announce that Llyngwyn, the Rivers and the
Elan Valley & Claerwen reservoirs are open to all anglers.
The boats at LLyngwyn will remain unavailable for the time being.
We are pleased to announce that from Saturday 27th March, fishing up the Elan Valley and Claerwen reservoirs will be open to anglers who live in Wales, along with our other waters, Llyngwyn and the Rivers.
Picture credit : www.fishingwales.net
In line with the most recent announcement from the Welsh Government we are pleased to announce that Llyngwyn and the Rivers are open to local anglers from Saturday 13th March.
The boats at LLyngwyn will remain unavailable.
Llyngwyn's Winter season begins Sunday 18th October and runs until the 19th March 2021. Season tickets and Day tickets are available from Powells Newsagents and Hafod Hardware, in Rhayader.
More info here.
We wish to let our anglers know that we are still open but we must advise that people travelling to us should adhere to their own local guidance with regards to travel restrictions.
Tight lines everyone.
Pictures: Fishing In Wales
After the long months that Llyngwyn was closed due to the Covid 19 pandemic it was good to finally be open again and get fishing. Llyngwyn was stocked before the opening with some larger rainbows up to 5lb in weight. The average bag was 4 fish and some of the larger bags caught include Mr Wood from Sussex who had a great day with 11, Ken Holroyd caught 10, Roger lewis 11, Phil Price 10 and Mr Rowberry 8. Some good catches included Roger Lewis with a 6 1/2lb rainbow on a foam daddy, Ken Holroyd with a 6lb on a Damsel and a 5 1/2lb on a Klinkhammer.
Rhayader & Elan Valley Angling Association would like to thank everyone for their patience over the months that we were all in lockdown and it’s great to see everyone back fishing. Stay safe.