River Nevern, Wales


A picturesque town under the watchful gaze of a Norman castle, with a separate old port (Parog) that used to take lime and slate all around the world. The river Nevern leaves the land through these gates, but not before curling around a large inlet and under a rocky coastline on one side, with a beautiful beach on the other, creating some wonderful fishing for bass, mullet and sewin. It is home to a fine angling club—the Nevern Angling Association—that control the river and its fishing, and do a wonderful job making people feel welcome.




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