Seven Springs Trout Farm and Fishery

Seven Springs Fishery on the outskirts of the small town of Caerwys near Holywell is another day ticket fishery run by anglers for anglers.

At this fishery there are five spring-fed pools stocked with brown and rainbow trout weighing up to 4lbs, all reared on site at the fishery's own hatchery. Each lake is well stocked on a regular basis and the hard-fighting fish offer anglers the prospect of excellent sport.

Fly fishing and bait fishing is allowed and further details can be obtained by writing or telephoning the fishery.

Disabled access.

Tackle hire available on site.

Contact details

Nr Holywell

Contact: Jane Forkings-Russell

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