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Official Cwmbran Angling Association

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Fisheries overview                                              www.cwmbrananglingassociation.com

Cwmbran Angling Association has five different fisheries, covering different types of fresh water environments, a large selection of species to choose from - and to fish for. There are two rivers - the Monnow on the outskirts of Osbaston near Monmouth - the larger of the two rivers running through beautiful countryside,  - the Cwmbran A.A. stretch runs for two thirds of a mile carrying a dozen different species.. Nearer to home, the Afon Llwydd with three miles of of rapids, deep glides and numerous weirs, twists and turns through the trees and park lands of Cwmbran - both rivers are home to Trout.The Monmouthshire and Brecon canal (described in some canal books as one of Britain's most beautiful canals) - a four and and a half mile stretch, holds a large variety of course fish species, as do the clubs Llantarnam Ponds at Llantarnam Park. These ponds have become a haven for wildlife species such as Kingfishers and Dragonflies,( hence their names - Kingfisher Pool and Dragonfly Pool ) flowers and Fauna (encouraged by the club) Hence our third pond is named Acorn Pool because of the Oak trees in the woods that surround that pond.... So if your fishing preferences lean towards ledgering, float fishing, floating baits, trotting or fly fishing - we have the water. The Water that often gets overlooked is the Dowlais Brook that babbles and glides through Cwmbran from west to east - and eventually meanders down through Llantarnam Abbey grounds to the Afon Llewyd - being one of this rivers tributaries. For a more details on each fishery please use the drop down menu here.