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The River Dwyfor

Sea Trout Fishing on the River Dwyfor

The River Dwyfor (big holy river in Welsh) in Gwynedd, north-west Wales, rises in Cwm Dwyfor at the head of Cwm Pennant, gathering numerous streams which drain the surrounding mountains from Mynydd Graig Goch in the west to Moel Hebog in the east, before flowing southwest towards Dolbenmaen and out of the Snowdonia National Park. After a brief diversion west, it turns south, then southwest again, heading for the village of Llanystumdwy, beyond which it heads for the coast and Tremadog Bay. Its principal tributaries are the Afon Henwy which enters on its left bank above Dolbenmaen, and the Afon Dwyfach which joins it as a right-bank tributary to the west of Llanystumdwy.

 

The River Dwyfor near Criccieth

 
 

Sea Trout Fishing on the River Dwyfor

The River Dwyfor (or Dwyfawr) is a good sea trout river, recording a ten year average annual catch (to 2009) of 671 sea trout. Fishing on the River Dwyfor is largely managed by the Criccieth, Llanystumdwy and District Angling Association. The Association was formed in 1927 and owns fishing rights on 8 miles of double and single bank fishing and also leases about 2-3 miles of water on the Rivers Dwyfor and Dwyfach. Membership is open to persons residing within 3 miles of the waters under control of the Association and limited to 160. To cater for visiting anglers the association issue day, week and season permits with concessionary permits for senior citizens and full time students. Junior permits up to the age of 16 years are also available. For more information, see River Dwyfor Angling Association

 

View Google maps and aerial satellite views of the River Dwyfawr

Pan the whole length of the river and zoom into aerial views of the salmon and sea trout fishing pools

 
 

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