Isle of Anglesey
Ynys Mon A.A. is affiliated to the Welsh Federation of Anglers and its aim is to promote the sport of angling in general and to support the conservation of wild life through the medium of angling. Our club is available for all to join and to fish any of our four coarse waters. Our waters are all located in the pleasant, unspoiled countryside of the Isle of Anglesey (Ynys Mon). The club is run by a management committee who meet every month to ensure that your membership is a pleasant experience and to also ensure that our waters offer you quality fishing in good surroundings. Nant Anog - Nant Anog is a natural spring fed lake offering approx 40 pegs of safe construction. - The lake depths vary between two and five feet and features islands and good weed beds. - Established trees and bushes offer protection from the weather - Species found here include carp,tench,chub,roach, rudd, perch and bream. - This water is accessed by a coded gate lock. Members and ticket holders will be supplied with an up- to- date number. - This must be our most peaceful water where like- minded anglers and their families can enjoy a day out away from the hassle of everyday life. - Nant Anog offers disabled access. - Fishing is from dawn to dusk. - Please respect the privacy of the owner whose home is at the end of the lake. Holyhead Breakwater Park Lake / Llyn Llwynog - Llyn Llwynog is owned by the Isle of Anglesey County Council and run by Ynys Mon A.A. - This is a man made, stream fed lake with depths of up to nine feet and has around twenty pegs. - Set about a mile from Holyhead town this lake stands in a historical area of natural beauty and is the ideal location for a family to spend the day. Dad can fish while the family can walk along one of several coastal paths, explore the park or simply get a cup of tea from the cafe and enjoy a good book. During the summer months a road train operates from the park to the Holyhead breakwater where you can see the ferries arriving and departing to and from Ireland. - The park offers a visitor centre, cafe, toilets, disabled access and ample free car parking. - Species found here are carp up to twenty pounds, bream, roach, rudd, orfe and perch. - Just a short distance away by road is South Stack Lighthouse where the fitter members of the family can climb down the steps to the very bottom of the cliffs to watch a variety of species of sea birds. - Please note that the lake is used on Sundays and Wednesdays by the Holyhead model boat club. On these days please do not use peg numbers 1 to 9 between the hours of 2.00 and 4.40 pm - Day tickets can be purchased from the shop/cafe. - NB. Closed circuit cameras are in operation. - Fishing is from dawn to dusk. Lake Tacan - Situated on the edge of the R.A.F. Valley complex, this has to be our noisiest water during weekdays. - This is a stream fed lake with depths up to six feet. Most of the lake is fringed by reeds but the club bank has sixteen purpose built pegs which are all disabled friendly. - This lake contains Anglesey's biggest tench along with a good head of rudd and perch. - Early mornings or evenings are the best times to fish here. - If you get bored, take a camera and photograph the varied planes coming and going from the R.A.F. base. - Access from the road is through a purpose built enclosure( to prevent the horses from escaping) and then following the track across the field to a secure car park. - Please note that the far bank is strictly private land controlled by the ministry of defence. - Day tickets can be purchased from the reception desk at the Cymyran Hotel (100yds) where you can have a good meal and also spend a very enjoyable night. - www.hotel-anglesey.co.uk/local-area.html - Fishing is from dawn to dusk. Maelog Lake - This is the home of Anglesey's big pike................say no more! - This is a stream fed lake with varying depths of up to seven feet. - Maelog Lake is around 65 acres in total and the club have access to the East bank only. - Access is from two points. - Able bodied anglers will have to access the bank from the Maelog common road end where they can park and follow the footpath. Club signs clearly indicate the rules. There is no vehicular access from this end of the lake - Holders of “blue” badges can park adjacent to the property known as Bryn Meini at the top end of the lake and accessed from Llanfaelog. Please note that this is blue badge only and dropping off tackle by others is not allowed. - The remainder of the lake is owned by various other persons and we have no access or permission to fish from their banks. - Species found here are pike, roach, rudd, bream and eels. - Fishing is from dawn to dusk. Night fishing is not allowed under any circumstances. - Day tickets can be purchased from Llanfaelog Post Office and from the “Wayside”store also in Llanfaelog.
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