Llyn BlodynMoelfre, Anglesey
Llyn Blodyn is a 2-acre coarse fishing lake just up from the beautiful Lligwy beach. Set in a wooded valley and stocked with carp, roach rudd, and tench.
This is a predominantly a carp fishing lake suited to a more experienced Angler. The owner Vic Brassey is very accommodating and happy for you to call him for help and advice. You will need to bring your own equipment and with some very large Carp in the lake, it is vital to have the appropriate gear to land big fish without damaging them.
They also offer taster sessions to children aged 5 -15 where for £10 you can hire all the equipment you need to fish, have free expert tuition and fish in a lake stocked with high catch rates to ensure great enjoyment. It is essential to ring and book a place as numbers are limited.
Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult
Summer 7am - 9pm , Winter 7am - 6pm on the clock change
Taster session for Children aged 5 - 15 are run twice a day. 11am - 1.30pm and 2.30pm - 5pm
Can you hire equipment?
Yes only for children doing the taster sessions. Everything you need to fish is provided.
Can you get instruction?
Yes, Free Tuition is provided to children doing the taster sessions.
Other useful information
Species of fish: Carp, roach rudd, bream eel
Type of Fishing: Coarse Fishing
Fishermen must hold a current Environment Agency fishing license and use maximum of 2 rods.
Only barbless hooks
Use a landing net and unhooking mat
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