Glynneath & District Angling Association waters are situated in the upper Neath Valley. Much of the 17 miles of gin clear, prime brown trout waters, are located in The Brecon Beacons National Park and often referred to as Dyffryn y Sgydau/Waterfall Valley due to the many renowned waterfalls that are located there. A truly beautiful environment to fish.

Good fishing can be experienced to outwit the canny natural brown trout on these waters. These natural browns fight magnificently. The river holds a good stock of natural brown trout which take nymph, dry and wet flies, providing correct selection of flies are selected.

The section is stocked on a regular basis throughout the season, to supplement natural fish stocks on the lower waters.

From the end of July/ beginning of August, depending on water conditions, we have salmon and sewin runs. Depending on the season and the number of migratory fish that run, good sport can be had with anglers reporting catches of good size fish in some years. There is also a smaller spring run of salmon and sewin.

Good holding pools include….
Langi, Rock Pool, Pontwalby Bridge, Water Bridge, Ynys-y-Nos Rock Pools, Potato Pool, Tennis Court Pool, Pwll-Pen-Cae, the 2 x Junction Pools,

Ticket Prices :

Adult / over sixteen, Day licence £15. Available online
Parent/Grandparent, Junior, under 12, Day licence, £20. Call number below
Junior, 12-16, Day licence, £12. Call number below
Junior, under 12, Day licence, £10 [ £5, if taken out at same time as Adult]. Call number below.

Tel : 01874 712074


Rules and Regulations
  • National bye-laws must be observed and it is up to anglers to familiarise themselves with these.
  • No Dogs Allowed
  • Additional Club rules apply. Please see link above
  • This Beat operates a Wash-Off Policy

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Ticket Price Info
Max number of tickets per day:
All Species (in season)
Full Day £15.00