Lake History



A Jewel in the Crown @ 1057ft nestled within the Clwydian Mountain range, said to be the highest Carp Fishery in UK


Located in an area of outstanding national beauty, Llyn Gweryd (Reservoir) has no record of its origin other than a large area of wetland with a small peat island 1783.

1951 Peat extraction created a small dam and flooded the wetland to create a 12 acre lake used for supplying drinking water to local farms and villages.

1971 - 1985 Llyn Gweryd operated as club trout fishery. 

1986 The lake was restocked with some leney Carp to 20lbs and for the past 33yrs the fish have been breeding and maturing giving us a stock todate of over 1500 Carp.

The Lake averages 6ft snag free on a bed of firm shingle. The north westerln end is 6ft - 10ft on a soft bed of peat and blood worm.

The lake has a secret peat island which rises in June before submurging again in late November. 30m x 25m many suncken holes and features. 

Length 395m x 200m at its widest point, Water volume 65,000 cubic metres of water.

February 2016 as new owners we decided to give the fish a well earned break and to start the over due renovation works.

2017 Back Open  

2018 Many new faces and possitive feed back.

2019 Old Bivvi hut renovations, Dam overflow upgrades, Peg upgrades.




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