Fishing Lake in Gwynedd

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Fishing Lake Gwynedd

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Covering the following areas in Gwynedd: Aldershot, Alton, Bagshot, Bordon, Camberley, Cranleigh, Farnborough, Farnham, Fleet, Godalming, Guildford, Haslemere, Hindhead, Lightwater, Liphook, Liss, Midhurst, Petersfield, Petworth, Sandhurst, Virginia Water, Windlesham, Woking, Yateley

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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

WhenSteveEdgedecidedtofollowthepioneers of Indian fishing and catch a golden mahseer, he began a chain of extraordinary events that led to a stunning conclusion.
n the days before one-stop-shop tour companies organised specialist Indian fishing holidays for visitors from all over the world, planning such a trip was an adventure in itself, and a slightly daunting prospect for an East End of London advertising man. However, it helped that Steve’s wife was half Indian, and that she had relatives still living on the subcontinent. Telephone calls went to and fro o

Peter had seen one family group in particular roaming the riverbank, consisting of a sow and two well-grown, ‘teenager’ cubs, although the mother had kept her offspring away from the campsite. He had even broken off from fishing for a while to film the animals, a shotgun ready in one hand just in case, while operating a rather shaky camera in the other.
That Thursday afternoon, the bears had passed by on their downstream journey around teatime, heading probably for the river mouth that, although some 15 miles away, would still be within their foraging territo

‘I was trying to decide how the hell I was going to tell you I’d lost your fish,’ Simon explained. ‘Then this dark shape appeared below me, and gradually rose up and became more and more silvery. That’s when I screamed at you to give me line so that I could free the net and scoop the ruddy fish into it! It was obviously just as knackered by the fight as you look right now.’
The fish weighed 32 pounds, Hughie’s biggest ever salmon. The story did the rounds, of course, and a couple of weeks later the Chairman of the Esk Fishery Board called him.
After hearin

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

Aber, Aberangell, Aber-cywarch, Aberdaron, Aberdesach, Aberdyfi, Abererch, Abergwynant, Abergwyngregyn, Abergynolwyn, Aberllefenni, Abersoch, Anelog, Arthog, Bala, Bangor, Barmouth, Beddgelert, Bethania, Bethel, Bethesda, Betws Garmon, Blaenau Ffestiniog, Bodfuan, Bont Newydd, Bontddu, Bontnewydd, Borth-y-Gest, Botwnnog, Braichmelyn, Brithdir, Bronaber, Bryncir, Bryncroes, Bryncrug, Brynrefail, Bwlch Derwin, Bwlchtocyn, Cae Ddafydd, Caeathro, Caerdeon, Caernarfon, Caethle, Capel Carmel, Capeluchaf, Carmel, Cefn-caer-Ferch, Cefn-ddwysarn, Cefndeuddwr, Ceidio Fawr, Cennin, Chwilog, Cilan Uchaf, Ciltalgarth, Clwt-y-bont, Clynnog-fawr, Coed Ystumgwern, Corris, Corris Uchaf, Criccieth, Croesor, Crogen, Crymlyn, Cutiau, Cwm-Cewydd, Cwm-y-glo, Cwrt, Deiniolen, Denio, Dinas, Dinas Dinlle, Dinas-Mawddwy, Dinorwic, Dolbenmaen, Dolgellau, Dolgoch, Douglas Hill, Dyffryn Ardudwy, Edern, Efailnewydd, Eisingrug, Fachwen, Fairbourne, Ffestiniog, Ffridd Uchaf, Friog, Fron, Fron-goch, Ganllwyd, Garn, Garn-Dolbenmaen, Garneddwen, Garreg, Garth, Gell, Gellilydan, Gerlan, Glan Adda, Glan-Dwyfach, Glan-yr-afon, Glasinfryn, Glyn-Cywarch, Golan, Gorddinog, Groesffordd, Groeslon, Gyrn Goch, Harlech, Llanaber, Llanaelhaearn, Llanarmon, Llanbedr, Llanbedrog, Llanberis, Llandanwg, Llanddeiniolen, Llandderfel, Llanddwywe, Llandegwning, Llandwrog, Llandygai, Llanegryn, Llanelltyd, Llanenddwyn, Llanengan, Llanfachreth, Llanfaelrhys, Llanfaglan, Llanfair, Llanfendigaid, Llanfihangel-y-pennant, Llanfor, Llanfrothen, Llangelynin, Llangian, Llangwnnadl, Llangybi, Llangywer, Llaniestyn, Llanllechid, Llanllyfni, Llannor, Llanrug, Llanuwchllyn, Llanwnda, Llanycil, Llanymawddwy, Llanystumdwy, Llawr-y-dref, Llidiardau, Llithfaen, Llwyndyrys, Llwyngwril, Maentwrog, Mallwyd, Methlem, Minffordd, Minllyn, Morfa Bychan, Morfa Nefyn, Mynytho, Nanhoron, Nannau, Nant Peris, Nantlle, Nantmor, Nasareth, Nebo, Nefyn, Pale, Pandy, Pant Gwyn, Pant-glas, Pantperthog, Parc, Pencaenewydd, Peniarth, Penisar Waun, Penllech, Penmaenpool, Penmorfa, Pennal, Penrhos, Penrhos-garnedd, Penrhyndeudraeth, Pen-sarn, Pentir, Pentre Gwynfryn, Pentrefelin, Pentre-piod, Pen-y-bryn, Penygroes, Pistyll, Plas Gwynant, Pont Aber Glaslyn, Pont Rhyd-sarn, Pontllyfni, Pont-rug, Port Penrhyn, Porth Colmon, Porthmadog, Portmeirion, Prenteg, Pwlldefaid, Pwllheli, Rachub, Rhiw, Rhiwbryfdir, Rhiwlas, Rhos-fawr, Rhosgadfan, Rhoshirwaun, Rhoslan, Rhoslefain, Rhostryfan, Rhos-y-gwaliau, Rhos-y-llan, Rhyd, Rhyd-Ddu, Rhydlios, Rhydolion, Rhyd-uchaf, Rhyd-y-clafdy, Rhydymain, Rhyd-yr-onnen, Salem, Sarn Bach, Sarnau, Sarn-Meyllteyrn, Saron, Seion, Tai’n Lon, Talardd, Talsarnau, Tal-y-bont, Tal-y-Cae, Tal-y-llyn, Talysarn, Tan-lan, Tan-y-graig, Tanygrisiau, Tonfanau, Trawsfynydd, Trefor, Tregarth, Tremadog, Tudweiliog, Ty-hen, Ty-nant, Tywyn, Uwchmynydd, Waen-wen, Waterloo Port, Waunfawr, Wenallt, Y Felinheli, Y Ffor, Ynys