Purchased rods on Bala and District Angling Association waters

Brief description of fishery:

Bradford City AA has purchased 5 rods on waters owned and controlled by Bala and District Angling Association in the Welsh Dee valley. Bala Angling Association has fishing on Llyn Tegid (Lake Bala), Llyn Maes y Clawdd, Llyn Cwmprysor, rivers Dee, Dee outflow, Tryweryn, Llafar and Lliw.

The R.Dee is a renowned Grayling fishery and the tributaries controlled by B&DAA are good trout waters.

Open for fishing:

Game and Coarse Fishing is available all year. Please see B&DAA regulations  for the close seasons for individual species and fisheries.

Special rules for fishery:
Although BCAA holds 5 rods for the use of BCAA members,  BCAA is treated as an individual member of Bala & District AA.

BCAA members:

  • Are required to be familiar with, and obey, Bala & District AA rules and regulations, and those for fishing Lake Bala.
  • Must book a rod ticket online* before fishing. Each rod ticket booked will be confirmed by email.
  • May book as many permits as they wish for their own use, at no additional cost to their BCAA membership.
  • May only book one rod ticket for each angling day. A maximum of 5 rod tickets will be issued each day to BCAA members.
  • May not book rod tickets for more than 5 consecutive days.
  • Will receive a receipt by email for each permit booked, which will act as their permission to fish.
  • Must carry their receipt with them at all times when fishing, and produce it, with evidence of current BCAA membership, when asked to do so by another angler and B&DAA bailiffs.

* To book a rod ticket or tickets, a BCAA member should:

  •  log in to their BCAA membership account;
  •  go to the “Make a Booking” link on their account Dashboard and make a separate booking for each of the days they wish to fish.

In case of difficulties, then please contact [insert contact name and details]

Locations can be found on the BDAA fisheries maps.

Please park in the designated areas shown on B&DAA fishery fishing maps.

Full maps and details of Bala and District Angling Association fisheries can be found here.

Gallery and specific water information can be found on the BDAA website waters page.


  • Grayling
  • Trout
  • Salmon

Lake Bala

  • Grayling
  • Perch
  • Roach
  • Pike