Fly fishing for trout in a river valley

described by a Prime Minister as " a little bit

of heaven on earth"

The River Ceiriog rises in Wales' Berwyn Mountains and flows for 18 dramatic miles to join the Dee.,

Lloyd George (Prime Minister from 1916 to 1922) described the picturesque Ceiriog Valley as " a little bit of heaven on earth"

Corwen and District Angling Club owns  and leases fishing rights of 8 miles mostly from both banks and the club waters are regarded as one of the country's finest rain fed rivers.

The Ceiriog is predominantly a brown trout river and there is grayling fishing in the winter months. Sea trout are also making a welcome return.

Fishing is by fly only and is restricted to CADAC members and their guests

Ceiriog Fly Fishers Ltd has been integrated with Corwen & District Angling Club  (CADAC) from 1st July 2018.

Ceiriog Fly Fishers members are now members of CADAC and the River Ceiriog waters are now part of CADAC's renowned and extensive fishing on the River Dee and it's tributaries.