Coarse angling & fly fishing experiences at Palé Hall
Palé Hall is the perfect base for fishing enthusiasts, with this area of North Wales offering a wealth of opportunities for both the novice and experienced angler.
From coarse fishing on the great Bala Lake to fly fishing for wild brown trout on small mountain lakes and streams; it can all be experienced here in the beautiful Dee Valley.
The river Dee is renowned as one of the finest grayling rivers in Europe, having played host to several high profile international events in recent years. Both grayling and brown trout are regularly caught on the ‘Guided wild fly fishing’ packages that can be arranged.
Salmon and sea trout are also present in numbers on the river Dee and, at certain times of the year, offer great sport for the more accomplished angler.
We hold five season tickets for Bala & District Angling Association waters (Upper Dee, Bala Lake, Llyn Cwmprysor, River Tryweryn, Llafar, Llyn Maes y Clawdd). The best time of year for fishing is 1st March – 7th October, with August the best time for salmon and June great for grayling.
A local, knowledgeable guide can point you in the right direction and advise on your technique to ensure your best chances of success. Let us know your requirements and we’ll do our best to help you organise a truly memorable fishing experience.
For more information call the hotel on 01678 530 285 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.