1 Mile of Fly & Coarse Fishing

for Trout, Chub, Grayling & Salmon

on the Beautiful River Monnow

in Monmouth, South Wales



Monnow Valley Fishery is the place to come for your fishing holiday or short fishing break. Located in Monmouth, South Wales, its one mile of river is set amongst 400 acres of rolling hills and Welsh farmland. The fishery offers coarse and fly fishing and the chance to catch trout, grayling, chub, and salmon.



This part of the River Monnow was a popular fishing retreat back in the 1950s, when the manor house ran as a Fishing and Country Club. It has not been available to the public to fish for decades until 2006 when new owners allowed access again. (Click here for photos of the old Country Club.)



With a good mixture of riffles and pools, the Monnow has earned its reputation as one of Wales' best for trout fly fishing, especially for dry fly fishing in May and June, with the spectacular mayfly hatches. The lower Monnow, with its slower and deeper sections, also offers a wide range of coarse species including chub and grayling.

Bookings are limited to three trout or coarse rods per day, with prices starting from £20 and made through the Wye & Usk Foundation's booking office.
The red spot shows the Monnow Valley Fishery location.


Monmouth is a small town on the England-Wales border, approximately 40 minutes drive from Bristol and Cardiff.

For directions of how to get to us, we recommend using the postcode NP25 5QE in Google Maps.

  Map showing the Monnow Valley Fishery in Rockfield