Wirral Game Fishing










Llyn Brenig

Llyn Brenig is a 920 acre water supply lying in a tranquil Welsh Valley in the heart of the Denbigh Moors. The Lake is a well sign posted from the B4501 Denbigh to Cerrigydrudion road and the main A5, from London to Holyhead, passing through nearby Cerrigydrudion.

Llyn Brenig has been home to numerous flyfishing competitions, including the World Championship of 1990.

This fly-only reservoir is stocked with rainbow trout and brown trout, with many of the latter being wild fish.

Bank fishing and boat fishing are available from Mid March to the end of October. Boat facilities and a first class visitor centre make this a venue tailor-made for anyone with mobility difficulties.

Club Lake

Set in the beautiful Clwyd valley, near Denbigh, this spring-fed lake is an exquisite spot to spend a carefree day tempting rainbow trout with buzzers, dry fly, nymphs or even lures!

Photo by Paddy Hoy

The lake is approximately 2 acres and can be fished from the bank or from one of the three boats provided. The lake is stocked regularly to maintain a decent head of fish. Average size is about 2lb.

There is a dedicated parking area close by and a fishing hut by the lake (cooker provided). With the varied birds and wildlife to spot, it is a lovely place for a picnic. Fishing is limited to barbless hooks. Favourite flies include green, grey and black buzzers, PTN, GRHE, damsel nymphs and lures (white and black).

Photo by Ken Lewis

This is one of several waters that the Club has where members may take guests to enjoy the Club's facilities.