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Llyn Dulyn, Conwy
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15-09-2010
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By Diawl Mawr on 31-12-2010, 12:54 PM
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Not much surface activity yesterday (December 30)

Look eerie doesn't it?
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By Ephemerella on 01-01-2011, 06:05 PM
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'Llyn Dulyn' a tautological name, meaning 'Lake Black Lake' in Welsh. To save possible confusion; there is also Llyn Cwm Dulyn:: OS grid SH4949 :: Geograph Britain and Ireland - photograph every grid square! on the western slope of Snowdonia in the Nantlle Valley, a part of Gwynedd perhaps not fully covered by this Forum section.

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By Diawl Mawr on 01-01-2011, 08:10 PM
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Fished it many times in my younger days Diawl Mawr, you're right it is one eerie place!
Hi stu, happy new year mate. Any decent fishing there? i'm thinking of joining dolgarrog this coming season - they have fishing on eigiau, coedty, dulyn and melynllyn. I know they will be small fish which is fine, but as long as there's some decent fly fishing with some surface activity i would be happy.
Jonny
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By Diawl Mawr on 02-01-2011, 08:08 PM
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Hi Jonny,

Happy new year to you too.

All of the above will produce fish, another one to visit is Cowlyd, especially if you're after a larger fish. I wouldn't venture near them until terrestrials are falling on the water regularly, so from May onwards. Coch-y-bonddu can be deadly on those lakes. As you say, many small fish but always the chance of decent one, especially if you stay as late as you can. Probably not the safest place to be at last knockings, but that's the time to catch. Camping is a good idea on the higher two lakes, but beware; Dulyn still gives me the eebe jeebies to this day. Click the image to open in full size.
cheers fella. i've fished cowlyd a lot this last season and done well there. will give dulyn etc a try this season perhaps.
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