Pembrokeshire Anglers Association has 15 miles of prime salmon, trout and sea trout fishing on the Western Cleddau river in Pembrokeshire, West Wales. Our fishing beats stretch from the fast-flowing upper reaches to the tidal areas just upstream of Haverfordwest. The main river, renowned for its excellent run of migratory fish, offers the visiting and local angler a vast choice of conditions and productive pools in some truly unspoilt natural surroundings. Indeed, the whole Cleddau catchment area has been designated a Site of Scientific Interest (SSSI) and is host to a wide variety of wildlife including otters, kingfishers, herons, duck and dragonfly.
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, Haverfordwest, SA61 2EZ. Telephone: 01437 763 740. 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.
The Nevern Angling Association fishes the river Nevern, which is a beautiful spate river in Pembrokeshire, West Wales, flowing from its source in the unspoilt Preseli hills to the sea at Newport bay. We offer a number of miles of prime Sewin (sea trout) and Salmon fishing in the upper, middle and lower river. The sea trout normally start to run the river from the beginning of May, peaking in July, with Grilse appearing from July and Salmon from August to the end of the season in October. The association is run by local volunteers who are committed to the preservation of the river and its migratory fish run. We offer reasonably priced tickets for both local and visiting anglers. Fly fishing and spinning are popular and worming is permitted on all waters except the Penwaun stretch. Fly fishing at night for Sewin is very popular with the butcher, teal blue and silver and black pennall popular flies.