Corwen and District Angling Club is the largest single game angling concern on the river Welsh Dee.
We have over 16 miles of river fishing and members enjoy a variety of sport including fly fishing for Salmon, Grayling, Brown Trout or Sea Trout, bait and spinner fishing for Salmon.
We pride ourselves in the quality of fishing available but also in the proactiveness of our Committee and river volunteers. Members are actively encouraged to participate in various Club activities detailed on this site and we do our utmost to ensure that membership of CADAC is a pleasurable experience. We believe that we have the best Grayling fishing in the UK at our disposal and the Corwen Beats are famous throughout Europe.
If you’re looking for the highest quality fishing and want to be part of a well run club contact us
Alternatively you can contact us by phone using the numbers on this website. Come and join us on the banks of the Welsh Dee – you won’t be disappointed.
The Welsh Dee is not renowned for its Brown Trout fishing however in recent years the population has increased and anglers can enjoy some magnificent sport at certain times. The Dee tributaries can also provide excellent sport for those targeting wild fishing.
The Welsh Dee is recognised as the mecca of Grayling fishing amongst the UK and European Grayling fishing fraternity and is home to the prestigious Hanak European Grayling Festival.
Fish of 2lbs are common and there are specimens in excess of this.
Salmon Fishing on the Welsh Dee along with many other rivers sadly is not what it was. There are Salmon to be had, and success tends to be a case of being in the right place at the right time and it’s certainly a case of getting the fishing hours in. The most successful CADAC anglers are regularly seen fishing their favourite Beats and report double figure catches on an annual basis.
The Welsh Dee is not known as a renowned Sea Trout river and angling effort is extremely low. Most fish are caught by Salmon or Trout and Grayling anglers during daylight hours. However the Dee encounters annual runs in excess of 10,000 fish every year and the rewards of night time fishing on the river are great during the summer months.