About Our Association
Welcome To The Pembrokeshire Anglers Association
The Pembrokeshire Anglers Association is a long established fishing association that owns and leases approximately 15 miles of prime fishing on the Western Cleddau River and its tributaries and also has beats on the Eastern Cleddau. The Western Cleddau waters stretch from the fast flowing upper reaches to the tidal areas above Haverfordwest..
All waters of the Pembrokeshire Anglers Association are available to visiting anglers on daily or weekly permits.
These visiting permits along with excellent advice about when and where to fish, can be obtained from:
3 Old Bridge
01437 763 740
All legal fishing methods are allowed, including fly, lure fishing (spinning), worm and prawn (but not maggot, ground baiting of any sort, or the use of fish food pellets or boilies).
In line with Environment Agency bye laws, the season runs from 1 April to 7 October, followed by 10 days (i.e. upto 17 October) when fishing may continue on a catch and release basis only. During this period the use of worms or prawn is illegal.
DISABLED FISHING & POOL
Disabled anglers are especially well catered for with our superb purpose-built pool, fishing platform and lodge at our Angling Centre in Treffgarne. There’s also easy vehicle access and picnic facilities.
Contact us for booking enquiries.
Our 2024 Annual General Meeting will be held at the Mariners Hotel, Haverfordwest on the evening of Wednesday March 6th at 7:30pm. Sandwiches will be served and the raffle will take place at the end of the meeting . Please use the link below to download the Agenda in...
Adrian Batty has captured his first couple of salmon this season. The river is running at a healthy height and fish have been sighted as far up as Treffgarne. A number of good brown trout topping the 1lb mark and coming to the spinner as well as the fly. Hopefully...
12 members turned up for the challenge at Llys-y-Fran, the weather was perfect and everyone bagged up. Toby Schwierzi landed the biggest bag of fish and won the Munt Shield, second place went to Clive Alabaster. Keith John landed the biggest fish and won the Medina...