Wild Trout Fishing
Probably the best trout fishing on the Welsh Marches
"Nothing grows faster than a fish from when it bites until it gets away"
The Upper Tanat Fishing Club provides fast and slow river fly-fishing for trout and grayling.
Wild Brown Trout
Wild brown trout fresh from the River Tanat - fishing at its best !
Welsh Lake Fishing
Still water trout fishing on a lake high in the Welsh hills.
The Upper Tanat Fishing Club provides river and still-water fly-fishing for trout and grayling. Fishing is limited to members and their guests.
Its waters are set in the beautiful countryside of the Welsh marches of Montgomeryshire and North Shropshire in the foothills of the Berwyn Mountains.
Club members currently enjoy, through cooperation with the riparian owners, fishing on approximately 7 miles of single and double-bank fishing on the River Tanat, a major tributary of the river Vyrnwy, which in turn flows into the upper river Severn.
Members also have access to fishing on a small upland lake of approximately 9 acres at 1500 ft in the Berwyn Mountains.
During the course of a day’s fishing the angler could well see a wide range of wildlife including kingfishers, dippers and a variety of other bird-life, and may perhaps be lucky enough to glimpse an otter, though the nearest most members come is the sight of a pug mark under a bridge to show where it passed the previous night.
The club currently has a limited number of vacancies for membership.