Latitude: 51.67121 | Longitude: -3.634384
Views: 1733 | Photos: 0 | Tips: 0 | Comments: 1 | Reviews: 0
Glyncorrwg Ponds lies in a small, isolated valley off the river Corrwg, a tributary of the river Afan. It is close to the Afan Forest Park Visitor Centre at the heart of the Afan Forest Park.
In 2007 the ponds were voted one of the best stillwater fisheries in Wales by "Visit Wales".
The fishery started life in 1994, and consists of three man-made lakes. One stocked with rainbow trout upto 25lb in weight, and covering an area of 2.5 acres. The two coarse lakes are stocked with bream, roach, and tench, and carp up to 38lb in weight.
Permits are available from the reception at the visitors’ counter.
- Rainbow Trout