A DENBIGHSHIRE angling club has increased its fishing waters.

The Vale of Clwyd Angling Club has announced another addition to its fishing waters with a ticket share for Llandeilo Angling Club, which is on the River Towy in South Wales, an iconic sea trout river.

The club now has some of the best and diverse freshwater fishing in North Wales.

There's lake angling for rainbow trout on Llyn Brenig and Llyn Alwen, together with the club's own well-stocked Llyn Clywedog, near Denbigh.

In addition, the club offers river fishing for sea trout, brown trout and salmon on 15 miles of the river Clwyd between Rhuddlan and Ruthin, plus five sea trout beats on the River Elwy in and around St Asaph.

The club also has exchange tickets with Bala AA and Llangollen Maelor waters, which provides VCAC members with all-year round fishing on the River Dee.

The Vale of Clwyd Angling Club has access to Nidderdale AC and Derwent AA (Durham Derwent), together with members' free access to Llyn Brenig for fly fishing and any method on Llyn Alwen for two rods on each of three days each week for the coming season.

The club has also organised several ‘explore our club’ events for new and prospective members wishing to benefit from a guided tour of our local river beats and trout lake.

Anyone wishing to join these walks should call club chairman Tony Espley on 07597 383203 for details.

For further detailed information about the club’s fishing and how to join, visit the website at www.valeofclwydanglingclub.org