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.
It is with sadness we announce the death of our President of many years, Mr Edward Fitzwilliams. The Funeral will take place at 1:30 on 2nd November at Llandyfriog Church. Family flowers only. At Edwards request, no black ties....read more
A fishing competition is being held at Clywedog Reservoir on 8th September, any member interested in making up a team to fish this competition please contact the Secretary. The competition is Fly Only. We would like to...read more
We would like to express our sincere thanks to all our Sponsors and Advertisers that have donated towards this website.
© Teifi Trout Association 2018