A REEL EXPERT CAN TACKLE ANYTHING!
Enjoy a day coarse fishing in North Wales at the fresh water lakes at Glasfryn Parc which are naturally fed from flowing steams and are stocked with quality carp (30lbs), perch, roach,rudd and tench. The wakeboard lakes have been restocked with coarse fish and pegs marked out for fisherman to enjoy the stunning views of Cardigan Bay.
We also have night fishing available, with pre-arrangement.
Carp, Perch, Roach, Rudd and Tench
-Fishing from pegs only.
-Barbless or micro barbed hooks may be used.
-Suitable unhooking mats for large carp must be used.
-No fixed leads.
-No trout pellets, nuts, beans or bloodworm.
-Maximum 2 rods.
-Fish must be returned to the water immediately after capture.
-Please dispose of unused bait and litter in the bins provided.
-Handle the fish with care, respect your fellow anglers and enjoy your day’s fishing with us.
Fishing licenses are required and may be purchased from Pwllheli.
PRE BOOKING IS RECOMMENDED
Please call us on 01766 810 000 for further information or to make a reservation.
Alternatively, email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Open 24hrs a day. Please email email@example.com or phone 01766 810000 for more information.
Night/24 Hour Tickets available at the owners’ discretion and must be pre-booked – £20.00
Do I need a fishing license?
You will need a fishing license to fish the lakes at Glasfryn. These can be obtained from the Post Office in the nearby town of Pwllheli.
What types of fish can I expect?
We have a range of fish in our lakes including carp, roach, perch, rudd and tench.
Where do I go to fish?
Our fishing pegs are generally located around the back of our second lake, in a more secluded area with little to no traffic from the wakeboarding.
Won’t the wakeboarding disturb the fish?
The movement above the water from the wakeboarding disturbs the nutrients within the water and circulates it to the surface attracting the fish to the upper parts of the lake.