Joining onto the downstream limit of Maes-y-Beran is the Lower Henllan Beat, approximately a mile of mostly double bank fishing. Half way up the beat is a stone arch spanning the river dating back to the early 1800’s. This was the start of a bridge, the building of which was cancelled as a result of a neighbourly dispute, nowadays allowing only the sheep to keep their feet dry. This is a stunning stretch of rocky upland stream, which has in the past produced some excellent wild brown trout.

Ideally fished with a 6½-7½ft, 2 to 4wt rod.

Rules and Regulations
  • National bye-laws must be observed and it is up to anglers to familiarise themselves with these.
  • No Dogs Allowed
  • Catch & release for all species
  • Flyfishing only

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Ticket Price Info
Max number of tickets per day:
2
Block booking price:
£22.00
Trout (River)
Full Day £11.00