Fishing Lake in Carmarthenshire

Find a Place to Fish in Carmarthenshire

Find out where to fish – ALWAYS BEST TO GIVE THEM A RING – search for the best places to fish near you, local fishing spots, using our fishing lakes directory.In addition, learn more about species that can be caught in these waters as well as places to buy fishing tackle, licenses, equipment etc. from our friendly experts listed here.

Celdlyn Lake, Cefnrhyddlan Uchaf, Llanybydder, SA40 9UR
Tel. 01570 480294

Laugharne Boat Trips, The Moorings, Gosport Street, Carmarthen, SA33 4TA, Dyfed
Tel. 07815 428907

Llyn Carfan Coarse Fishing, Llyn Carfan Tavernspite, Whitland, SA34 0NP, Dyfed
Tel. 01994 240819

Marsh Water Ponds, Kidwelly, SA17 5EX
Tel. 01267 268215

Fishing Lake Carmarthenshire

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Covering the following areas in Carmarthenshire: Alston, Appleby-In-Westmorland, Beckermet, Brampton, Carlisle, Cleator, Cleator Moor, Cockermouth, Egremont, Frizington, Holmrook, Keswick, Kirkby Stephen, Maryport, Moor Row, Penrith, Ravenglass, Seascale, St Bees, Whitehaven, Wigton, Workington

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Fishing Lake in  Carmarthenshire

You will find short extracts from Amazing Fishing Stories on each of our directory pages. There is a link to buy the book on our book page.

Short Extract

‘Come on, Hughie, just give the bloody thing some welly! You’ve only got two chances anyway, and we’ll die if we stay out here much longer.’
Hughie lent back and bent the rod as far as it would go, and the salmon started to come. For the first time, he felt he had some sort of control over the fish, and he looked behind him to see where on the bank he could land it. The water was now so high that there was hardly any bank left. If he did this right, he could practically float the salmon onto dry land.
Then it all went wrong again

At the lodge, he was introduced to his guide, John Gendall, who looked at him and then his tackle.
‘Your camouflage clothing’s fine, but forget the white fly line; the fish will see it a mile off in this water. You can use one of my green lines.’
He was right: the water was brilliantly clear and flowing translucent green from the snow melt in the mountain streams. But unlike the English chalkstreams, there was no profusion of life, no shoals of fish darting in and out of weed-choked channels. Rather, the river was deep, with a gravel bed and a profusion of

‘Who are those … people out there? I take it they are people?’
The ghillie nodded. ‘Yes. Or at least we think they were, once.’
‘Ghosts? You think I’ve seen ghosts?’
The ghillie looked serious. ‘Let’s just say I think you’ve seen something unearthly.’
The story has no definite ending, because no one has ever dared go close enough to the standing stones to find out what goes on there after dark. The locals swear it has nothing to do with the living and, anyway, Peter says that it was not so much the visual aspect of the incident, but the intense men

Full List of areas covered on our Carmarthenshire Fishing Lake Directory:

Aber Bowlan, Aberarad, Abercrychan, Abergiar, Abergorlech, Abergwili, Abernant, Alltwalis, Ammanford, Babel, Bancffosfelen, Bancyfelin, Banc-y-ffordd, Bethlehem, Betws, Blaengweche, Blaenos, Blaenwaun, Blaen-y-coed, Brechfa, Broadlay, Broadoak, Broadway, Bron-y-Gaer, Brook, Bryn, Brynamman, Burry Port, Bwlch-clawdd, Bwlchnewydd, Bynea, Caeo, Capel Dewi, Capel Gwyn, Capel Gwynfe, Capel Hendre, Capel Isaac, Capel Iwan, Carmarthen, Carmel, Carway, Cefneithin, Cefn-y-pant, Cenarth, Cilgwyn, Cilycwm, Cliff, Clynderwen, Court Henry, Croesyceiliog, Cross Hands, Crugybar, Crwbin, Cwmann, Cwmbach, Cwmdu, Cwmduad, Cwmfelin Boeth, Cwmfelin Mynach, Cwmffrwd, Cwmisfael, Cwmllyfri, Cwm-Morgan, Cwmpengraig, Cynghordy, Cynheidre, Cynwyl Elfed, Dafen, Derwydd, Dinas, Dolgarreg, Dol-gran, Drefach, Dryslwyn, Dyfatty, Dyffryn Ceidrych, Edwinsford, Efailwen, Esgair, Felindre, Felinfoel, Felingwmuchaf, Ferryside, Ffairfach, Ffarmers, Fforest, Ffynnon-ddrain, Five Roads, Four Roads, Garnant, Garthynty, Gellywen, Glanaman, Glanbran, Glynteg, Golden Grove, Gorllwyn, Gorslas, Gwernogle, Gwyddgrug, Halfway, Hebron, Hendy, Henllan, Henllan Amgoed, Heol-ddu, Hermon, Horeb, Johnstown, Kidwelly, Laugharne, Llanarthney, Llanboidy, Llandawke, Llanddarog, Llanddeusant, Llanddowror, Llandefaelog, Llandeilo, Llandeilo Abercywyn, Llandovery, Llandre, Llandybie, Llandyry, Llanegwad, Llanelli, Llanfallteg, Llanfallteg West, Llanfihangel uwch-gwili, Llanfihangel-ar-Arth, Llanfynydd, Llangadog, Llangain, Llangathen, Llangeler, Llangendeirne, Llangennech, Llanglydwen, Llangunnor, Llangynin, Llangynog, Llanllawddog, Llanllwch, Llanllwni, Llanmiloe, Llannon, Llanpumsaint, Llansadurnen, Llansadwrn, Llansaint, Llansawel, Llanstephan, Llanwinio, Llanwrda, Llanybri, Llanybydder, Llanycrwys, Llidiadnenog, Llwynhendy, Llwyn-y-brain, Login, Maerdy, Maesgwynne, Maesybont, Maesycrugiau, Manordeilo, Marros, Meidrim, Meinciau, Merthyr, Myddfai, Nantgaredig, Nantycaws, New Inn, Newchurch, Pantyffynnon, Pembrey, Penboyr, Pencader, Pencarreg, Pendine, Penrherber, Penrhiwgoch, Pensarn, Pentre Gwenlais, Pentrecagal, Pentre-cwrt, Pentrefelin, Pentre-ty-gwyn, Pen-y-banc, Pen-y-bont, Pen-y-garn, Penygroes, Plas, Pont Aber, Pontamman, Pontantwn, Pontargothi, Pontarsais, Pont-Henri, Pontwelly, Pontyates, Pontyberem, Porthyrhyd, Pumsaint, Pwll, Pwll Trap, Ram, Red Roses, Rhandirmwyn, Rhos, Rhosmaen, Rhydargaeau, Rhydcymerau, Rhydywrach, Salem, Sarnau, Saron, St Clears, St Ishmael, Sylen, Talley, Talog, Tanerdy, Tir-y-dail, Trap, Trelech, Trelech a’r Betws, Trevaughan, Tre-vaughan, Trimsaran, Tumble, Twynllanan, Tycroes, Waun y Clyn, Waunclynda, Whitland, Ystradffin