Wales is a trout angler’s paradise, especially for those looking to fish for wild brown trout on stunning freestone rivers.
There are an abundance of fantastic rivers to choose from, including rivers such as the Usk, Teifi, Wye, Monnow, Taff and a whole lot more!
Choose to stick with one river, or have a multi-day-trip exploring a different river each day.
Tailor your bespoke package to be just guiding or to also include the fishing access and accommodation. Full details at www.Fishing-Wales.com.
Fishing in general can provide a myriad of different opportunities, which allows the angler to refine their choices according to individual taste. This is the beauty of our sport – it is not a ‘one size fits all’ and, therefore, neither are the packages we offer and provide. We are here to cater to your needs and provide you with a package that suits you. Add and remove elements as it suits, ranging from guiding, accommodation and the fishing options in general. You may explore length of stays ranging from day experiences through to week-long-stays or longer. You may even choose to have non-fishing days incorporated into an extended stay, which can also be catered for with pleasure.
FishTravel, through www.Fishing-Wales.com, offers guided fishing on a myriad of wild brown trout rivers across Wales, including the likes of the Teifi, Usk, Monnow, Wye, Taff, to name but a few. These guided sessions can be incorporated into a package that may also include additional elements such as accommodation, or reserved as a standalone service.
We have a wealth of wild brown trout and grayling fishing in Wales. We are also fortunate to have a myriad of different rivers on offer on which to target them; usually being able to offer some form of fishing no matter how bad the weather gets. Whether you are looking to fish a small stream, or a larger main river we have it on offer at FishTravel, through www.Fishing-Wales.com.
The brown trout season does vary slightly on certain rivers. However, in general it starts on the 3rd of March and ends on the 30th of September. Each month and period has its attraction and peculiarities, especially if you’re looking to target particular hatches. In addition, certain periods are better for dry fly in general, so please do make contact to explore suitability. Windows for dry fly fishing can be short during a given day, so please do factor that in to your expectations.
There is no set itinerary for the brown trout fishing in Wales option offered by FishTravel through www.Fishing-Wales.com. The packages are bespoke and can vary in group size, length of stay, amount of guided sessions and more. For costs and availability please contact FishTravel, who will gladly assist you and advise you on the best time to visit and all other questions you may have.