July 2016 Catch Reports

The fish are (at last) up in numbers. With the recent warm nights anglers are having good sport on the fly at night. Last Wednesday night I had 3 sewin up to about 2lb in the Mill...

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Sir Thomas Picton School at Trefgarne with PFAC

A day’s coaching with PFAC. The rain did not put these children off from Sir Thomas Picton School, all who took part hooked fish and one young lady landed one trout and lost...

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4lb Sewin

Steve Esmond reports his first sewin catch of 2016. A cracking 4lb fish landed on a size 10 double Dunkeld. Steve was using an intermediate line and the fish came around 10:30pm...

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e-Petition: Proposal to Postpone the Restrictions on Fishing in Welsh Rivers

We call on the National Assembly for Wales to urge the Welsh Government to ensure an immediate postponement of the 10-year catch & release proposal for all salmon on Welsh...

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About PAA

Welcome To The Pembrokeshire Anglers Association

The Pembrokeshire Anglers Association is a long established fishing association that owns and leases approximately 15 miles of prime fishing on the Western Cleddau River and its tributaries and also has beats on the Eastern Cleddau. The Western Cleddau waters stretch from the fast flowing upper reaches to the tidal areas above Haverfordwest.

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bullpoolAll waters of the Pembrokeshire Anglers Association are available to visiting anglers on daily or weekly permits.

These visiting permits along with excellent advice about when and where to fish, can be obtained from:

County Sports
3 Old Bridge
SA61 2EZ

01437 763 740

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Fishing Methods

All legal fishing methods are allowed, including fly, lure fishing (spinning), worm and prawn (but not maggot, ground baiting of any sort, or the use of fish food pellets or boilies).

In line with Environment Agency bye laws, the season runs from 1 April to 7 October, followed by 10 days (i.e. upto 17 October) when fishing may continue on a catch and release basis only. During this period the use of worms or prawn is illegal.

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Disabled Fishing & Pool

PAA Fishing Lodge

Disabled anglers are especially well catered for with our superb purpose-built pool, fishing platform and lodge at our Angling Centre in Treffgarne. There’s also easy vehicle access and picnic facilities.

Contact us for booking enquiries.

Pembrokeshire Rivers TrustPembs Federation Of Angling CoachesFishing In WalesCounty Sports Haverfordwest