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Fishing

Coarse fishing lakes, ponds and clubs in Swansea.

Local fishing clubs

Brynmill and District Angling Club (opens new window)
Club Secretary - Carl Tonner
01792 299281 (no calls after 8.00pm please)
carltonner@btinternet.com

Swansea Angling Club
Club Secretary - Simon Medicke
07836 319450
swanseaanglingclub@virginmedia.com

Skewen Angling Club
Secretary - Mike Doyle
01792 423193
skewen.anglingclub@ntlworld.com

South Wales Fishing Society
Club Secretary - Samuel Matthews
07562 151668
southwalesfishingsociety@gmail.com

Where to fish

Fendrod Lake

The Fendrod Lake occupies an area of some 13 acres in the heart of the Swansea Enterprise Park. The water contains carp to 29lbs, skimmers to bream into double figures, tench to 6lbs, roach to 2lbs together with crucian carp, dace, orfe, perch and rudd. The lake has approx 75 pegs, the vast majority of which are concreted. A small number are also designed for the disabled.

Half-Round Pond

These 2 ponds cover a half-acre site some 300yds from the Fendrod Lake. They are situated behind Dobbies Garden Centre and have their own car-park that can be accessed off the mini roundabout near Royal Mail. The waters contain carp to 26lb, tench to 6lb together with perch, rudd, skimmer bream, brown goldfish and roach. There are currently about 40 concreted pegs and a security gate, but this is open most days through the summer months.

Fendrod Lake and Half Round Pond are licenced to Brynmill and District Angling Club (opens new window).

Singleton Boating Lake

This is situated on the west-side of Swansea near to the University. It has about 10-15 pegs with a maximum depth of 1.5m. Suprising carp reside here to 20lb, together with bream and tench to 4lb & roach. Anglers are not allowed to fish here in the summer months when the boats are operating (usually 10.00am to 6.00pm).

Clyne

A small water near Blackpill, Swansea on the Clyne Valley cycle path, with approx room for 8 anglers and depth of water to 3m. Roach are the main species together with the odd rudd, tench and carp. Worth a visit if you just have a few hours to spare.

Singleton Lily Pond

Also known as the Lily Pond and situated at the NE end of Singleton Park. There's only room for 4 anglers with juniors taking precedence. A good head of small bream, rudd, crucians and carp. Access is by foot from the park entrances on Brynmill Lane or Sketty Road.

Pluck Lake

Near to the Liberty Stadium development on the fringe of the Enterprise Park. This water has about 18 pegs but is extremely weedy. You'll need to clear a swim before use. It's rarely fished but has some big bream, tench and eels for those looking to put some work in. Quite frankly no one knows what's in there!

Clyne, Singleton and Pluck are run through South Wales Fishing Society.

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