Cleddau (Eastern and Western)

The Western Cleddau rises above Treffgarn and flows south to Haverfordwest. From here it flows on to join the Eastern Cleddau to form the large dual estuary which enters the sea at Milford Haven. The Eastern Cleddau rises above Clarbeston to meet the western river below Canaston Bridge. Both rivers attract good runs of sea trout from June onwards though the salmon run is only fair. There are brown trout in both rivers. Access for visitors is reasonable on the Western Cleddau but there is little opportunity on the eastern river.

Rod Licence: WNWDA (South West Wales River Division) EASTERN CLEDDAU

Narberth,DyfedTSTS1 mile from below St Kennox to 400 yards above Canaston BridgeLB

DT: (L 12)AP (Bush Inn, Robeston

Wathen)RO (Hunters Lodge,

Robeston Wathen)Mar 10-Oct 7e

WESTERN CLEDDAU Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, DyfedTSTS6 miles in area AB DT: ATS (Haverfordwest)

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