Coedstre Fishery (Beat 14-1)

This very varied left-bank fishery provides good trout fishing in spring and early summer, and it is one of our best early-season sea trout fisheries.

A streamy run on the Coedstre beat
Trout fishing on a streamy run near the bottom of the beat

Summer fishing at Coedstre
Summer fishing at Coedstre

The lower third of the beat is shallow and fast. Above this there is a glide beneath a high bank, where some nice brown trout can be caught on dry fly or nymph. The next pool is deep, slow flowing and well shaded on the far side, making it a first-class sea trout pool, with salmon fishing worth a try at the neck and the tail. We also have the tail of the next pool up, which holds the occasional sewin in summer.

Sea trout fishing at Coedstre
A very good sea trout pool near the top of the beat


This is our most recently acquired fishing beat; it was secured on a leased basis from the start of the 2003 season.

Access and Parking

Car parking space is very limited
Space for parking at Coedstre is limited

Access to the Coedstre fishery is via a farm track. There is room for no more than one car on the widened verge near the entry track, and it may be best to park well away from the access and walk to the fishery.

Beat Limits

The upper and lower beat limits are marked by Llandysul A A end-of-beat signs.

Lower beat limit

Upper beat limit

Beat Map

Dol Watts fishery map

Aerial Photograph

The yellow arrow in the picture below shows the location and direction of the access track from the B4335.

Coedstre beat seen from the air