The River Llyfni is a small river in North Wales which arises as Nant Drws y Coed between Mynydd Mawr and Mynydd Drws-y-Coed just to the west of Snowdon. The main river forms at the outlet of the Llyn Nantlle Uchaf and flows past the great slate workings of Nantlle picking up drainage from the very deep flooded quarries. The SGLL Fishing Society has access to the whole river (approx 5.5 miles) from Llyn Nantlle to the estuary.

Purchasing a ticket for this section also allows you to fish any of the SGLL Fishing Society beats.

Rules and Regulations
  • National bye-laws must be observed and it is up to anglers to familiarise themselves with these.
  • Use of maggots is prohibited
  • Use of floats prohibited on all rivers
  • Prawn fishing prohibited
  • Catch limit not to exceed 8 fish in a day (any continuous 24 hour period), catch to include no more than 4 char.
  • No Sea Trout under 12" to be kept
  • No angler to fish a pool or run in front of any angler who is already fishing the said pool or run. Every angler shall, within 15 minutes of being requested by another angler move down a pool or run in order that the other angler can follow him down.
  • The sale of any fish caught on Society waters is prohibited.
  • No Dogs Allowed

Availability & Booking

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Ticket Price Info below If applicable, any booking fee will be included at Checkout
Max number of tickets per day:
All Species (in season)
Full Day £25.00
Weekly Ticket £90.00