Dee Tributaries


Finding its source in Alwen Reser-voir this river flows south-east through Llanfihangel to join the left bank of the Dee above Corwen. The river offers trout and some salmon with hotels the best chances for visitors.

Cerrigydrudion, ClwydTS,’1 mile extending upstream from junction with River CeirwLB DT: (L4)AH (Golden Pheasant Hotel, Glyn Ceiriog. NB: This hotel may be able to offer facilities on other waters in this area depending on reservations and thetime of year)WNWA

Corwen, ClwydTS 1 mile in area DT: ATS (Cambrian Fly Fishery, The Old Vicarage, Trevor, Llangollen)


After rising near Llandegla, the Alyn flows north to Mold and then swings round to the south-easterly course which takes it through Caergwrle to join the Dee near Farndon. It is largely association controlled with season membership a necessity to obtain fishing. Associations: Caergwrle AC; Llay Hall AA; Bradley FC; Rossett & Gresford AA; Griffin AC.


Rising in the Berwyn mountains, the Ceiriog flows east to join the Dee near Chirk. It offers trout, sea trout and coarse fish with the best opportunities through hotels. Chirk, ClwydT -11 mile from Ladies Bridge to boundaryfence above Pontyblew Farm, boundary fence below forge to Mouse BridgeBB

DT:(L2)AAA (Chirk AA) Chirk, ClwydT-l J miles from Ladies Bridge to junction with DeeRB DT:(L2)AAA(ChirkAA) Chirk, ClwydT -13 miles (except fish hatchery) from Tyndol Bridge to Ponfaen BridgeBB DT:(L2)AAA (Chirk AA) Chirk, ClwydT-r3 miles from Castle Mill to viaductLB DT:(L6)AP(Golden Pheasant, Llwynmawr)’- TRYWERYN

Finding its source in Cwm Prysor Lake , this river almost immediately enters Llyn Celwyn before flowing on to join the Dee just below its outfall from Bala Lake. Few opportunities for visitors.


Several streams combine to form this brook right on the national boundary and only a few miles west of Malpas. Coarse fishing predominates.

Worthenbury, ClwydCT1 mile from footbridge at Brook Farm downtoDeeBB

DT: B or A AA (Northern AA)

Note: Not every Dee tributary is mentioned above. Those excepted are either too small to be of account or private.