Rising near Moelwyn Mawr (2,527 ft) to the west of Blaenau Ffestiniog, the Dwyryd almost immediately enters Tan-y-Grisiau . From there it flows southward through Maentwrog to enter a sizable estuary to the north of Harlech. Salmon and sea trout run up this river with the likeliest period being June through to October. The river also contains trout with the best results being in spring and September. Access for visitors is good.

Rod Licence: WNWDA (Gwynedd Rivers Division) Maentwrog, GwyneddTS “Hon partof fishery)2milesfrom Llechrwd Farm to Old LaundryBB DT:AH (Grapes Hotel, Maentwrog) Dwyryd Tributaries


Ffestiniog, GwyneddT 1J miles from source to Tal-y-Bont BB



Ffestiniog, GwyneddT3 miles from sourceto junction with DwyrydBB DT:ATS(inarea)e

Caernarvon, Llanberis, Llanrug, Waenfawr, Caeathro, Penygroes, Pontllyfni)e Penygroes, GwyneddTS300 yards on Glandwr propertyLB -Glandwr Guest House, Pontllyfni Llynfi.SeeR.Wye