The River Teifi, the longest river which is wholly in Wales, flows 75 miles from its source in the Cambrian mountains to it’s estuary at Cardigan. Meandering through lush meadows and rolling hills, tripping over shallow riffles, crashing over falls and dropping into dark pools. The river makes its journey downstream.
It is in these lower reaches of the river that the angler can expect to catch Salmon and Sea trout fresh off the tide.
It is here just above these tidal limits that our association water begins and extends for some 30 miles upstream.
The following photographs are of work carried out two weeks ago. Committee member Joe is in the seat of the tractor, Members Harry and Pete manned the chainsaws, Committee members Calvin, Mike and Matthew provided the all-important labour ably assisted by Dawn who...read more
PROPOSED NEW FISHING CONTROLS TO ADDRESS THE DECLINE IN STOCKS OF SALMON AND SOME SEA TROUT IN WALES – AN UPDATE
After careful consideration of our evidence and taking account of the many varied and diverse views we have received, we submitted our case and application for approval of our byelaw proposals to Welsh Government on the 20th February for the Cabinet Secretary to...read more
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