My name is Ceri Thomas. Born in Cardiff, South Wales, I have been fly fishing and exploring out of the way places throughout Wales and beyond since 1991.
We are blessed in Wales with wild brown trout, which thrive in our beautiful rivers and streams. Of all the many species I’ve fished for, they remain my favourite.
For me getting away from the crowds and finding your own fishing is part of the adventure. I have fished over 120 lakes and more than 60 rivers in Wales to date, many of which are hidden gems well off the beaten track.
For a day out that you will never forget, please feel free to get in touch with me for a guided session, fly fishing on our many wild rivers and lakes.
Experience matters…. Ceri’s angling achievements
15 years with Airflo, fly line maker based in Brecon, Wales. As online marketing manager I was heavily involved in the sale and development of Airflo fly lines and products. I still only use Airflo fly lines, they rock!
Currently Marketing manager of ‘Fishing in Wales’ the angling tourism website for Wales, where I create content and promote angling opportunities for our wonderful nation a few days a week.
Garry Evans Tackle, Cardiff; here I work part time in the fly shop, come and see me here for all of your fly fishing tackle needs.
Sponsorship by Guide Fly Fishing, Pure Fishing and Airflo; ensuring all of my own gear and equipment for clients is of the highest standard.
Proudly fished for Wales on the international competition scene, as part of the Wales World Fly Fishing team that competed in Asturias, Spain in 2022.
I like to write and am author of ‘Wild Lakes of Wales – An Anglers Guide’, plus numerous articles and written features over the years for UK fly fishing publications, journals and website blogs.
I’ve fished globally in some truly amazing locations with some amazing people; including Iceland, USA, Cuba, France and Ireland, where I have learnt a huge amount from local anglers and guides.
Appeared on BT Sports ‘On the bank’ fishing TV show on several occasions, alongside Andy Ford and Rob Hughes.