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The River Neath

Sea Trout Fishing on the River Neath

The River Neath (Afon Nedd) runs south west from its source in the Brecon Beacons National Park, through the Vale of Neath, to Baglan Bay on the east side of Swansea Bay. The only major tributary is the River Dulais.

 

The River Neath at Aberdulais

 

 

Sea Trout Fishing on the River Neath

The Neath and Dulais Angling Club offers salmon, trout and sea trout fishing on the River Neath and brown trout fishing on the Dulais, with club membership and day permits available. The River Neath recorded a ten year average catch (to 2009) of 491 sea trout per year, twelfth in the Welsh sea trout river league table.

 

View Google maps and aerial satellite views of the River Neath

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

 
 

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