Generally the Taf is a small but noted river in West Wales which has good runs of seatrout and salmon as well as a healthy population of brown trout. Worming, spinning and fly fishing are all permitted on the river. The season runs from 1st April to 7th October.
These notes (2004) will provide you with general information on the river; catches, river conditions, tactics and successful flies and spinners. Also details of local fishing clubs.
SEATROUT (Also called Sewin):
he majority of the seatrout caught on the Taf weigh between 1lb and 3lb but much bigger fish run the river such as this superb 8lb 2oz fish caught on spinner in June on the Ddolerwydd beat (Not on Gwarmacwydd).