Fishing Holidays or Family Holidays, or a bit of Both? :- Check out the Holiday Cottages or Static Caravans here at Nineoaks For a really memorable Family or Fishing Holiday, or a mix of both in West Wales!. Situated 2 miles from the Coast in a naturally beautiful and peaceful location. You will find that all of the accommodation is immaculate, well presented and spotlessly clean. There and no signs of damp, cobwebs, musty smells or dirt here! Just quality Holiday Cottages and Static Caravans? They are all close to or overlooking the 6 lakes. Ideal for the non-ambulant or disabled angler (not wheelchair). Just perfect for a Fishing Holiday, and great place for a quiet Family Holiday or those wanting a combined Fishing AND Family Holiday. Mid-week or Weekend Breaks also available. In a tranquil location just a few minutes from some lovely sandy beaches and the crystal clear Sea. For more details Click here or see below, or one of the Holiday Menu items for further information.
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Coarse Fishing: 7th October, the fish are still very active with many good Carp being caught. Many on the surface or using ledgering tactics with baits such as sweetcorn, worm, mussel etc. A couple of anglers are pictured above with some of the fish they caught. Young Mr Dan Pearson of Llangollen, fishing mainly floating chum mixer pellets had a cracking few days catching upwards of 24 fish each day, with many doubles as seen in the above pictures. Young Mr Aaron Symons from Gwent, fishing in the Main Lake on free lined dog buiscuit had his best common at 16.12lbs (pictured above). It was the biggest of the 26 carp caught that day by him. He had a further 13 doubles and other very pretty smaller carp. Many good Bream on sweetcorn or worms from the House Pool, and plenty of cracking Roach with many over 7oz from both lakes. Quite a few Chub and the occasional small Barbel from the Main Lake, and plenty of Tench, many around 1/2-3/4lb from both lakes.
Trout Fishing: 12th October, now that the water temperature of the lakes has cooled, two of them (Derwen and Weir) have been re-stocked for the winter season, mainly rainbows circa 2.25lbwith a few bigger ones. So far the Diawl Bach and Cats Whisker have been the flies to use.
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Nine Oaks Angling center lies on the edge of the hamlet of Oakford ("Derwen Gam" in Welsh) which is roughly 2 miles inland from the Cardigan Bay coast in Ceredigion, West Wales, and 20 miles south of Aberystwyth. Ceredigion is one of the least populated counties in Wales, providing 60 miles of spectacular coastline with untouched beaches and miles of uncongested coastal footpaths. The counties main towns are Aberystwyth, Cardigan, Lampeter, and Aberaeron.
Our location is perfect for touring Ceredigion, Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire. We have holiday cottages and static caravans and 3 Trout Pools and 3 Coarse Lakes. We provide excellent Trout and top-class general Coarse Fishing. The Trout Lakes contain mainly Rainbow and Blue Trout from 2lb plus small Brownies. The Coarse Lakes hold all varieties of Carp including Commons, Mirrors, Koi and Grass Carp up to 20lb+, Roach, Bream and skimmer Bream, Tench and small chub and small Barbel.
Our holiday accommodation is spotlessly clean, fresh and consists of self catering holiday cottages; Welsh Tourist Board graded at 4star standard, and quality Static Caravans. All are very close to the lakes and all are suitable for couples, for family holidays (with or without fishing) or specifically Fishing Holidays. The cottages are disabled friendly. About 4 miles away, in a south-westerly direction, is the lovely old fishing village of New Quay (Wales) with its crystal clear waters and beautiful sweeping, sandy bays. Also 4 miles away, northerly, is the busy coastal town of Aberaeron. With its myriad of colourful Victorian houses and shops. Cardigan is 20 miles south and Carmarthen roughly 30 miles away easterly inland.