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The River Dysynni

Sea Trout Fishing on the River Dysynni

The River Dysynni flows from the western end of Tal-y-llyn, a natural 220-acre, shallow lake nestling in the southwest corner of the Snowdonia National Park and below the peak of Cader Idris. The river Dysynni then flows westwards for 10 miles before entering Cardigan Bay just north of Tywyn. The lake has good brown trout fishing with the possibility of a sea trout later in the season.

 

The River Dysynni above Peniarth

 
 

Sea Trout Fishing on the River Dysynni

The River Dysynni has a good run of sea trout, with a ten year average (to 2009) of 427 sea trout per season, and is famed for its large sea trout.  Tynycornel Hotel issues permits for River Dysynni, 3½ miles of mostly double bank fishing; Talyllyn Lake and Llyn Bugeilyn.

 

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

 
 

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